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Puerto Rico Fishing Report Last week of February

Capt. Luis Iglesias
February 26, 2013
Fajardo - Saltwater Fishing Report

Saludos from PR The Island Of Enchantment.

Two week report as follows. Few days out and the action has been mostly mixed bag. Mahi Mahi with boobies, no longer schooling, females in the 25# range and bulls 40#up. The king fish have been smoking and the occasional cudas. No wahoo and no tunas in the bag. The billfish in the North east tip are scarce but some action in front of San Juan. Double hook went 6-1 in whites and Grand Illusion released small blues in the past week. Full moon was 02/25 lets see how the next week unveils. The Miami boat show was nice but the weather went cold for that weekend. Miami in the 40's with rain so most people stayed indoors in the convention center. Mr Agie Vicente was inducted to the IGFA hall of Fame in a nice ceremony friday 02/15/13 at the Miami Boat Show. Agie is one of the founder of the Billfish Foundation and Pioneer in conservation of Billfish in Puerto Rico and World WIDE.

till next bite

Capt Luis Iglesias aka Church

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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
San Juan, 00926-5906
Phone: 787-364-4216
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