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Boca Chica Fishing Reports


2010-05-17
1:23 PM

Tuna ! Tuna ! WAHOO BITE NOT FAR BEHIND !! - Still experiencing some great yellow fin tuna angling out around Isla Montuosa and the Hannibal Bank. Some real beauties. Looks as though the action will continue, now that winter has set in and the rains have cooled the surface temps. Some real more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-04-21
8:31 AM

Tuna, Tuna, TUNA-A-A !!! - It's been a banner season for big yellow fin tuna here, with no signs of a letup. As if THAT'S not enough, now we have to look forward to increasing numbers of WAHOO in the near future! It's getting very difficult to find the right color a more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-03-18
11:45 AM

Health Care Fiasco Killing the Fishing !! - Because nobody in the U.S.A., our biggest angling market, has any idea whatsoever what is in store for them in the next few days, things here in Panama, and over in Costa Rica(Playa Zancudo) will continue on the same course. LOTS of FISH, but very more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-03-04
1:42 PM

Tuna-Billfish Action Remain HOT ! - Action on yellowfin tuna, most of them taken on big surface poppers and/or butterfly jigs fished deep and both being retrieved at a VERY rapid pace, remains steady to excellent around the Hannibal Bank, Isla Montuosa, and about 10 miles outside I more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-02-11
8:18 AM

Hot Action Everywhere !! - Time to lay down that snow shovel and go fishing!!! All billfish species are biting well, tuna are killing poppers and butterfly jigs down deep, many over 100 lbs., inshore for snapper , roosterfish, and many, many other species are all fishi more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-01-28
1:22 PM

Calm Seas, Lots of Big Fish, Hot Action ! - Black marlin and some very large Pacific sailfish taken around Isla Montuosa and the Hannibal Bank. Sailfish are thick as fleas. Dorado continue to bite exceptionally well and are keeping the grills smokin'. Some very nice MULLET and more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-01-17
11:51 AM

Sails, Marlin, Tuna ALL HOT-T-T !!!! - Reports from virtually all boats fishing the area from Isla Ladrones to Isla Coiba are all comng in positive, with few exceptions. Isla Montuosa and Isla Jicaron are really shining. Montuosa is tops for blue marlin and big yellowfin tu more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2010-01-12
10:54 AM

Sailfish Have Arrived!!! - For those anglers, both conventional and fly fishermen, the recent arrival, IN FORCE, of our PACIFIC SAILFISH COMES ON THE HEELS OF CONTINUING GOOD NEWS CONCERNING dorado AND yellowfin tuna action , which has been virtually non-stop for the past more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-12-21
9:44 AM

Worldwide Merry Christmas !! - Angling for black marlin, dorado, a few remaining wahoo, and some more BIG yellow fin tuna continues, and will now only get better. Maybe except for the hoo's. Montuosa continues the favorite spot, as the proximity of the Humbolt Current keep more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2009-12-07
10:51 AM

All Marlin, All Tuna, ALL THE TIME !! - Here we are in December, getting ready for summer here in our Panama and Costa Rica fishing grounds. All signs point to another fantastic season in both venues, with more tuna expected on the Panama side while Costa Rica, outside our home port more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica

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