Light tackle Fishing in Puerto Rico
Capt. Luis Lagrandier
April 3, 2014
Dorado Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report
Hey, I'm back!!!!
After a few busy months, away from the computer, hope everybody is doing GREAT!!!
I want to officially announce the latest addition to our inshore fleet, Mr. Mako, a 25 foot Mako fully rigged for inshore fishing on the reef and vertical jigging.
Now we can fish with more people (up to 6) with more room in a very stable and bigger boat. For smaller groups, we still have MEGALOPS, which is a 17 Mako.
Fishing has been great with a lot of Muttons and Yellow tail Snappers, big bar jacks and tons of groupers. Flat seas give us the opportunity to fish in very shallow water.
Tarpon fishing is a little slow but with a lot of bigger fish in the 80 to 130 pounds range.
Offshore fishing has slowed down, there is a few mahi mahi schools and billfish left from the season.
Our offshore boat will be back in August for light tackle billfish adventures.
Keep it tight 'till next byte!!!
Att. Capt. Luis/prsportfishing.com
Dorado Beach Fishing Forecast:
Marlin season is getting close, will start fishing during the first moon of May.
Inshore fishing will be great with the flat summer seas
Tarpon, Snapper, Grouper
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