Casa Vieja Fishing Report - Guatemala Sailfish and Marlin
 

 

Greetings from Guatemala, just to keep you up to date, the fishing has been good to say the least. Some big numbers have been posted as far as 40 miles and as close as 3 miles with some Blue Marlin in the mix as well. The Samanka group fished the Rum Line the end of Jan. and in 3 days raised and incredible 112 sailfish and catching almost 50. Ross Darling brought his father and son down the beginning of Feb. and saw 60 sails and caught 26 using fly and spin tackle. Chris Martin had his brother and son aboard and raised over 100 fish, including 3 Blue Marlin and they caught 23 sails on fly and 1 Blue on 30lb. Kirk Weisman, daughter Kara, and Chris Malkin fly-fished for three days and raised 57 sails, catching 23 of them, however the last fish of the trip was the most impressive. Chris caught a 70lb+ sail on 2lb tippet! The only thing harder would be to levitate one on to the boat. The Batesko group just finished today raising 68 sails and catching 32 of them. A steady stream of fish seem to keep moving in from the west as the current keeps pushing them in. Some eddy’s s in the shallower waters are pushing up bait and giving everyone a look at small bait ball’s feeding on the surface. Breeding packs have also jumped up behind the boat in the spread, where a quad of 70lb males are joined by an enormous 110-150lb. female! All and all, fishing is very good and very steady.


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Casa Vieja Lodge - Guatemala Fishing Resort

 

Catching Sailfish in Guatemala

 

Casa Vieja Lodge is a facility that has been designed particularly well to serve groups. Corporate retreats, team building, small conventions or fishing clubs will find beds enough to accommodate up to 35 guests. Within the compound is a seminar facility capable of hosting meetings or presentations for up to 50 people.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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