Feburary 16th Fishing Report Guatemala PDF Print E-mail
Written by Capt. Starrs   
Friday, 17 February 2012 02:54

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Its reports like this one that make any charter boat and lodge owner happy.  Just 6 miles and you are in very pretty blue water.  Pretty much in either direction you are guaranteed fish.  Lots of blue marlin activity, plenty of sail fish action, and since we are so close inshore with bait balls everywhere, you will find Jacks, Dorado in the mix as well.  Very healthy fishery and after having 5 days in a row fly fishing I got to enjoy it greatly.

We had a client that joined our 8 lb tippet club for sail fish, and he is thirsty for the 5 lb club for next year.  Great fun, each day we had 15 sails in the spread, all were aggressive on the teasers.  Until next week, you can get the live report from your Captain.

 

Capt Chris Starrs

 

 
Jan 11th, 2012 Report PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 13 January 2012 03:05
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Well as you can see it has been tough to pattern the blue water these days.  We just finished up a solid week of fishing with three boats out fishing.  It seemed like each day boats were either heading way out west, or in this case, way out to the east and close to shore.  Our usual spot straight out 20 miles in the pocket has been infested with green water, sending most crews searching.  Another reason while at least 4 days of fishing is needed. You just might have one of those exploring type days.
While all boats struggled at one point to reach double digits, these last couple of days we were seeing 15 to 20 bites again, with marlin showing up at any given moment or boat.  We raised 2 blues on our bertram ''drop it'', pulling the hook on one, while releasing 12 sails for 15 bites that very day.  Not to mention the three 15 lb dorado we landed for cerviche and dinner.  Several doubles and triples for sail fish bites these days.  The bite is improving, keep us dialed in as I attempt to keep the reports coming despite the busy schedule!
Tight Lines,
Capt Starrs
 
Gridiron Outdoors this Friday! PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 29 December 2011 14:48

Finally our TV show with the outdoor channel is set to air this Friday at 7:30pm eastern time and then again Saturday at 2pm.  The show is called ''Gridiron outdoors''.  We filmed it last spring with two NFL football players and we had a blast doing the show.  Click this link people to access the current trailers and more info on the dates and times.  This show is a 2 part series that will air two weeks in a row.  ENJOY!

http://outdoorchannel.com/Shows/GridironOutdoors.aspx

Tight Lines,

Capt Starrs

 
December 18th Fishing Report PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 01:38

Well there's certainly no shortage of blue water.  However, the real fishy water is still a good hike.  We have been putting out the lines at about 30 miles off shore and trolling out.  Calm seas on the return back is a great comfort and seeing 20 plus sails in the spread make it very worth the long run.  On top of that blues are showing up, as well as big dorado crashing the teasers.  We have a two day group this thursday and friday, as well as several others throughout the holiday and then we are booked solid on two boats out of 4 for most of January. 
Lastly for you fly guys we have updated lots of our fly equipment.  Now you don't have to bring a thing, we have most big name reels ready to go (Tibor, Abel, Penn)!  Time to book your trip and experience an adventure of a life time.

Tight lines,
Capt Chris Starrs

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December 5, 2011 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 05 December 2011 19:11

HOLA Anglers!

Satuday and Sunday we made it out for some okay days.  Saturday was the last day of the local tournament so the amount of   water covered was in full effort.  We made a LONG hike to the 22' 00' (40 miles) where after trolling for a good hour we picked up just one 20 lb dorado.  Just minutes after the dorado we saw a massive palm tree floating and proceeded to circle it several times.  First picking off a pair of dorado, one pushing 30lbs.  On the next 4 passes we raised a marlin, 2 sail fish, and finally we hooked into another STRIPE marlin.  This is my second stripe marlin this year.  While there were not too many fish caught our boat would be the top boat of the day as a private charter and the only marlin caught.
Sunday the water shifted greatly as it usually does this time of year.  Referencing Terrafins satellite program we settled in at just 25 miles vs 40 miles the day before, and one after another we hooked into very big dorado.  We had a pair that were at least 35 lbs each.  We hooked 5 dorado that day, and two sails once again.  The blue water is tricky right now, but when you find the sails they are in big numbers.  They are just a tad off shore for now and we continue to comb over the area looking for any promising waters.  More to come.
Capt Starrs at the helm!

 
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