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Bill Wraps Fishing PR May 2013

Capt. Luis Iglesias
May 1, 2013
Fajardo - Saltwater Fishing Report

Saludos From The Island Of Enchantment.

Finally May Has arrived. The SST in the trench as of today hit the 80 degrees Fahrenheit and although the full moon is not till May 24th Officially the marlin season begins.

Went out to the trench this week water quality was superb, tons of flying fish and Birds. Mahi Mahi running with birds were the catch, also the currents produced a few small sharks hitting naked hoos. We are seeing more skipjacks and bonito bird piles around the edge of the trench. Marlin Candy in the store lets see when the boys in the blue uniforms come to the candy shop.

till next bite

Capt Luis Iglesias aka Church

Fajardo Fishing Forecast:

The water will continue to warm up and the Marlin bite will Rock and Roll.

Reels Screaming ain't noise pollution.

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

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