Tuna catch in Panama

Fishing Report July & August 2015

Big Yellowfin Tuna arrive Marlin fishing slowed in late March, but was back to normal in April when the run of yellowfin tuna arrived. Large schools of 50kg tuna, with some to 100kg, are now on Hannibal Bank and are even being caught on poppers. Inshore fishing remains consistent, with cubera snapper and roosterfish the…

Yellowfin in Panama

Fishing Report May & June 2015

Huge Yellowfin moving in January started with a bang, producing plenty of black marlin, some to 300kg. Lures were the most productive method as porpoise kept attacking the livebaits that are generally preferred when fishing around Isla Montuosa. Sailfish and dolphinfish were also frequent catches, perticularly when running ballyhoo (garfish) in the long rigger position.…

Peacock Bass Panama

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Offshore Marlin Panama

Fishing Report March & April 2015

Marlin Plentiful Offshore When the rain finished towards the end of the year, the offshore fishing really picked up with marlin hooked daily and ever-increasing numbers of sailfish. Inshore was a little slow with all the freshwater, but some nice cubera snapper were caught. January and February should really see the fishing heat up. Marlin…

Bait School Panama

Fishing Report January & February 2015

Bait schools have arrived The rains have finished and large schools of black skipjack tuna have arrived on Hannibal Bank and around Isla Montusoa. Blue marlin will now join the black marlin already there. Large yellowfin tuna will also join the always present smaller tuna. Once they arrive it will be time to get out…