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Panama Fishing Reports


2011-06-23
11:47 AM

Tuna Frenzy Continues - Anglers are getting their fill of hot action, and then some. Tuna are mixed, smaller ones on top, with the BIG cows underneath. They're ALL fun. Marlin continue to show well, following the tasty tunas. Had some great mullet snapper action at more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-06-03
3:31 PM

Wahoo, Marlin, Tuna Open Bite !! - With the cooling rains come lower surface temps. Fresh water entering the ocean from rivers and streams bring the wahoo up and they are BITING NOW! We're having trouble getting past the area just outside Ilas Paridas. We always run into too ma more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-05-20
3:50 PM

Name Your Target! They're ALL Biting Well! - Action continues HOT for all species, from MARLIN on down. WAHOO have seen the biggest increase in numbers , with many , many fish over 50 lbs. SAILFISH continue to hit plastics, live bait, even rapala's. Bonito belly baits, fished short more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-05-08
11:30 AM

If You Got the TIME, We Got the FISH !! - Angling, as we know it, is improving daily for all species, as we know them. water temps have cooled, bait is birthing, fish are feeding....what's wrong with this picture? we need FISHERMEN!!( And Ladies) (and Kids) Angling for Marlin wi more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-04-25
8:40 AM

The Hits Just Keep On Comin' !!! - Same ol, same ol, big tuna, big marlin, big snappers. What else you gonna do with your life? April a very good month outside, and the estero gave up some nice catches of corvina and snapper. Yellow Fin Tuna taken on both big poppers( ch more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-04-09
5:07 PM

Panama Big Game Fishing Report March 2011 - March was tuna tuna everywhere - which is normal here. Marlin was not as good as usual - March being one of the best months but 8 groups caught 11 Marlin - with 3 of the groups not getting any. The afternoon tuna bite was good to strong just about ev more...
Capt. Lee Campbell - Boca Chica


2011-04-01
9:23 AM

All Species-All the Time !! - While yellow fin tuna to WAY over 200 lbs. are caught daily, many , many in the 60-150 lb. class are boated every day. The tuna bite is just wild! Poppers are the primary weapon of choice, but big butterfly jigs take some truly awesome 'fins'. more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-03-12
5:56 PM

Panama Big Game Fishing Report February 2011 - February was all over the board here, fishing water conditions changing daily - not used to that here. Fishing was 50-50 between very good and slow. 4 groups caught 0 marlin and the other 4 groups caught a total of 18 - 12 Blacks and 6 Blues - with o more...
Capt. Lee Campbell - Boca Chica


2011-03-11
3:25 PM

The Hit's Just Keep on Comin' !!! - Everybody's favorite, big yellow fin tuna, continue to take the paint off the poppers and bend those jigging sticks over double!! Blue and black MARLIN ain't too shabby either! Small tuna or bonito, rigged with circle hooks on their noses, a more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica


2011-02-26
9:12 AM

The HIT'S Just Keep On Comin" !!! - 348 lb. yellow fin, many over 200 lbs., on POPPERS! Where ELSE are you going to hear those kinds of fishing reports. answer :nowhere. We're talking EVERY day. MARLIN? You want marlin? What color? Blue? Black? Fishing could not be bet more...
Capt. Bob Baker - Boca Chica

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