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August 2015 Bill Wraps Report

Capt. Luis Iglesias
August 17, 2015
Fajardo - Saltwater Fishing Report

Saludos from Puerto Rico and the Island of enchantment.

The Month of August started really good with multiple landing of Black fin Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Yellow fin tuna, King macks and White Marlin.

Saw one nice size blue that pulled the hook after a 20 minute fight. Bill Wraps as well as the other Hatteras in the charter fleet, Irene and WiWi had also awesome days in the water landing nice mahis.

Although there is still lots of Sargasso weed it seems is more organized allowing better fishing days.
The 32nd edition of the Dorado town marlin tournament, CYC and IBT coming soon. Everyone is waiting for the September moon.

Tight lines and till next bite

Capt Luis Iglesias aka Capt Church

Fajardo Fishing Forecast:

September Moon The Hottest bite for Atlantic Blue Marlin

Target Species:

pelagics

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We are a professional sportfishing charter operation in the Northeast of PR. Fish aboard the Bill Wraps a fully rigged Hatteras 36. Capt, mate, top of the line equipment, baits, refreshments, snacks, Lunches. fish half days, 3/4 days, Full days, Multiple days and tournaments. The Best PR has to offer. For more Information visit our web page www.billwrapsfishingpr.com,trip advisor, facebook, yelp and twitter. till next bite

Contact Info:

Bill Wraps Fishing Charters PR
Urb Paseo Del Prado
C-6
San Juan, 00926-5906
Phone: 787-364-4216
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