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Great inshore reef fishing in Puerto Rico

Capt. Luis Lagrandier
July 7, 2014
Dorado Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Reef fishing off Dorado has been very productive during the past few weeks. Sardines are around the shoreline, creating perfect scenarios for tarpons, lady fish, barracudas, snappers and jacks to run around feeding on them.
Out on the reef, the mutton snapper bite has been very consistent. we've been catching 4-5 muttons in the 5 to 15 pounds range per trip, plus a few yellow tail snappers, bar jacks and lots of small groupers.
We've had lots of guests staying in San Juan and are fishing with us, since Dorado is only a 20 minutes drive west from San Juan down by highway 22.
On the offshore side, a few blue marlins has been released and we are ready for them on light tackle!!

Tight Lines and Free spool it 'till next bite!!!

Capt. Luis
prsportfishing.com

Dorado Beach Fishing Forecast:

Marlin season is here.
Reef fishing is getting even better!!

Target Species:

Tarpon, jacks, snapper, grouper, mackerel

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Puerto Rico Sportfishing Charters is dedicated to inshore fishing for tarpons, snook and reef fishing on either jigs or live bait. With two locations in the north coast of Puerto Rico, we can fill the needs of every type of angler. Contact us at 787-562-7969 or www.prsportfishing.com

Contact Info:

Puerto Rico Sportfishing Charters
Playa Sardinera
Laguna San Jose
Dorado, 00645
Phone: 787-562-7969
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