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The Bite Continues !!

Capt. Bob Baker
April 9, 2015
Boca Chica - Saltwater Fishing Report

The water is starting to cool a bit, which should make things even better, both in- and offshore. Plenty of fish around, but the moon phase has had them feeding all night and staying a bit down during the daytime to avoid warm syrface temps. Experienced captains have turned to downriggers . We use the "Z-Wing" system exclusively, and it has worked for us for many years now. Sight fishing and deep jigging gets results also. Find some bait, either by sight or on sounder, and get down with butterfly jigs.
Bait situation still holding strong. Plenty of bonito, blue runner around to slow troll for marlin, or down for big dogtooth snapper, grouper, and others. Dorado still spotty, but plenty of tunas around to keep the BBQ's humpin'.
Won't be long, with some cooling rains, that we'll all be yelling WAHOO !!! .
Contact me at zancudobob@gmail.com to arrange a Costa Rica charter in Playa Zancudo, and for help organizing your Panama itinerary, fishpanama@hotmail.com will get the boat launched. GOOD FISHING!, wherever you are in the world ! Capn' Bob

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Experienced saltwater Capt. with 12 years in this fishing area. All-inclusive packages starting in Panama City. Based out of David/Boca Chica area, offering short runs to world-class angling. Marlin, sailfish, BIG tuna, wahoo, dorado. Inshore roosterfish and huge cubera snapper, to name a few. Beautiful oceanside lodge(Boca Chica) or hotel/casino atmosphere in David.Fishing many different island groups, including Isla Coiba and the Hannibal Bank.

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Panama Sportfishing SA
Panama Sportfishing SA
Apdo 456
Phone: 506-776-0007
Alt. Phone: 507-6595-1640
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