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Boca Chica Fishing Reports


2011-01-19
7:37 AM

The BEST time to Fish ! - Many folks wanting to fish Panama, or anywhere when the snow is up around their belt buckles, ask a lot of questions, trying to incorporate all the knowledge they've learned from sport fishing magazines. One of the most frequently asked questi more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-01-05
11:23 AM

Big Tuna-Marlin Hot! Sails Moving Up - The schools of large and jumbo yellow fin tuna remain the most popular target. Watching one of these big brutes come clean out of the water, with YOUR popper in it's mouth, and then that first blistering runoff, are just two more reasons to look f more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-12-26
8:30 AM

Merry Christmas &Happy Marlin !! - Black marlin, big yellowfin tuna, big, mean cubera snapper, hard-fighting roosterfish....WAHOO ! Now that 's real Christmas present. Weather has gone south up in the States, and so should any fisherman who is now stuck at home. Join us more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-12-14
8:41 AM

It's Getting Even BETTER !!! - Marlin and yellow fin tuna angling continue hot, and the heat may be rising. The latest clear weather and calm seas seem to have lifted the fishes spirits, and they are on the bite. Multiple hook-ups on marlin are the norm lately . Tuna are more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-12-01
9:58 AM

Big Dorado Fillets Take Over Grill !! - As if we didn't have severe problems with TOO MANY BLACK MARLIN AND YELLOW FIN TUNA, now anglers are being forced to fight, and in some cases EAT delicious dorado fillets! What an outrage. We had an excellent day on the Costa Rica side, off P more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-11-11
10:59 AM

Marlin, Tuna Still On HOT Bite ! - Clients who don't mind donning some light rain-suits are having the time of their lives fighting some very nice BLACK MARLIN and big YELLOW FIN TUNA. The seasonal rains have definitely not hurt the fishing. Much of the action on these two more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-10-28
5:07 PM

Panama Big Game Fishing Report September 2010 Many Large Snapper - We had two groups fishing here this September. Many large snapper caught - chucking up with sardines then free lining, surface poppers, live Bonito off of the bottom and vertical jigging - all proved successful. Many snapper over 20lb with f more...
Capt. Lee Campbell - Boca Chica


2010-10-28
2:23 PM

Wet Marlin & Wet Tuna !! - Even with the passing rain showers, the big girls continue to bite...HARD! Black marlin are really getting serious about putting on some fat for the mating rituals to follow. Doubles are not uncommon, and 4 -5 hook-ups are an every day ha more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-10-14
1:29 PM

Open Bite ---Marlin and Cow Tuna !! - Absolutely fantastic fishing these last few weeks. Weather now improving too. Black marlin are seemingly everywhere. And when they aren´t, we´re up to our eyeballs in tuna. BIG tuna. Yellowfin over 200 lbs common. WAHOO continue to be the more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-10-01
2:32 PM

Black Marlin and Huge Yellowfin-Need More? - Taking some very nice yellowfin now. Anywhere between Isla Ladrones to Isla Montuosa, and over to the Hannibal Bank. Same techniques. Poppers cast into schools churning up bait, hot-footed back to the boat.Very few poppers make it all the way more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica

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