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The Island of the Silver King

Capt. Armando Chaar
September 6, 2009
San Jose Lagoon - Saltwater Fishing Report

This is how Gaff Magazine describe Puerto Rico in the September / October issue 2009 . In this 3 pages article you will have an idea of what can you expect when you are fishing in the San Jose Lagoon with Puerto Rico Magic Tarpon. Also they say that Puerto Rico is "a truly unique tarpon fishing destination". The Article said that Fishing with Puerto Rico Magic Tarpon " felt as if we were with old friends we'd known for years".

Since we start doing fishing Charters we have always said: for us Fishing is not a job, it's a passion. When you do something with passion you do it the right way. Gaff Magazine said about us "Armondo and Karim of Magic tarpon Charters are such true professionals and their knowledge and passion is much more than just a hobby".

If you have any question feel free to call us at 787-644-1444 or send us an e-mail at prmt@puertoricomagictarpon.com

Feel the Magic!

Capt. Armando
Capt. Karim
Puerto Rico Magic Tarpon

Target Species:

Tarpon and Snook

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You will experience a Complete Full Service Light Tackle Charter. Average of Stikes in a 4hrs trip is at least from 2 to 5 strikes of Tarpon per trip. You will be fishing for Tarpon and Snook. Guarantee no sea-sick Fly Fishnig available by request.

Contact Info:

Puerto Rico Magic Tarpon
P.O.Box 6153
Loiza Station
San Juan, 00914
Phone: 787-644-1444
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