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Panama Fishing Reports


2017-06-08
11:53 AM

WAHOO ! (And tuna & marlin) - Everything seems to be running along smoothly , both offshore and inshore. Reports of some excellent WAHOO catches around Contreras, Isla Secas, Isla Ladrones, all around Coiba and Jicarita. More DORADO showing, the BIG TUNA action off Isla Montu more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2017-04-30
4:00 PM

Tuna, Marlin all OVER ! - Fishing for jumbo YELLOWFIN TUNA, BLACK AND BLUE MARLIN is just fantastic, according to our reporting crews. The Hannibal Bank, Isla Montuosa, Islas Ladrones, BURICA , all having great adventures offshore. Dorado are also spre more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2017-03-23
4:31 PM

Tuna Madness ! - Hey ! It's March,right ? Some real cow Yellofin are smashing poppers, butterfly jigs, and live baits all the way from Isla Coiba to the Costa Rica border. Many WAY over 200 lbs. daily action; virtually non-stop. MARLIN continue to bite we more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2017-02-20
2:36 PM

Great Weather- Great Bite !! - Summer here in Panama and Costa Rica's southern zone is really pretty hard to beat. And the fishing goes right along with the weather. In a word, FABULOUS ! Lots and lots of Marlin around. Sailfishing, whether with fly or conventio more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2016-12-05
8:44 AM

Summer's Coming ! Billfish Heading I n ! - December, the onset of our summer, marks the High Season. We have tons of fish year round, it's just that it's drier in summer. We will soon see large numbers of Pacific Sailfish moving up out of Ecuador, and more Blue and Black Marl more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2016-11-12
2:20 PM

"Off Season" Angling- All Good ! - Summers almost here in Panama and Costa Rica, and that's always a treat as well, but this past winter has seen really great fishing the numbers on DORADO in S.Costa Rica were way down , but Panama had no such problem. BLUE & BLACK MARLIN, SAI more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2016-09-16
4:15 PM

Wild Action Continues ! - Cool rains trickling fresh water into our area of the Pacific. That sparks the WAHOO AND YFT' s to start bulking up. Great action on trolled deep running plugs and bonito belly bait skip baits. All areas on fire, from Isla Coiba to the Costa Ric more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2016-08-10
9:41 AM

More Dorado, Wahoo, But Big YFT's Rule ! - There has been an increase in dorado landings in our area, with some big bulls coming in. Bait is the answer. Also, WAHOO catches have also gone up, from all reports. These increased numbers should remain high, as water conditions are ex more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2016-07-20
3:50 PM

More, and Bigger, WAHOO, DORADO,& YELLOWFIN !! - As the surface temps. in our area cool, bigger fish, and larger numbers of fish are being taken. Some really huge WAHOO, DORADO, AND YELLOWFIN TUNA are coming over the side. All area are showing fine numbers. Isla Ladrones all the way more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2016-06-30
5:20 PM

Got Tuna ? How About Wahoo !! - The tuna bite continues unabated. Big suckers too. Many over 250 lbs. Isla Ladrones to Isla Montuosa is the alley for both species. And be ready for the MARLIN ! For the best boats, crews, lodging, and transportation, give me a call @ 506-8423 more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica

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