Starting this season, our clients will see what we see when we target bill fish and where we are going that day.   Part of planning such a trip is knowing what you are getting into and knowing the crew is knowledgeable. With such satellite systems as Terrafin we can get a beat on the water temp, and color content.  Two of the most important factors when catching any pelagic fish.  While many charters will simply head out 180 degrees from Guatemala's port and assume they will do okay, we like more reassurance for our charters.  These images were taking on Sept 9th for  water temp and Sept 11 for water chlorophyll, and these reports indicate that the water is great in certain areas, while being semi green in other areas (in regards to Bill Fish).  You can understand where you might drive right past some quality water and not know it.  If you fancy Marlin and Sails, then we have the boat for you.  New this Oct 2010, we are importing ''reel dirty'' .  This boat can cruise at 45 MPH while being pushed by twin 4 strokes (low fuel consumption). Such boats can give you less driving time for more fishing time, and cost a fraction of what big yachts charge.  Contact us while the hot bite days are still available.  See our online calendar which also has moon phases to plan your trip.


Tight Lines,

Capt Starrs


**We have a group of 3 New Jersey anglers looking for a 4th angler for the coming season.  Inquire for details and contacts.  Remember with groups of 3 or more our rates are the lowest per person, and this equates for a cheap trip to Guate.**

On the fishing report end of our news feed, the rain has certainly been helping us get ready for the 2010-11 season.  Today we are catching a load of dorado, and most boats that have a mag teasers out are raising at least 1 marlin a day while out past the 30 mile marker.  Also we have been lucky to hook up with some nice size yellow fin tuna on the cedar plugs while spotting for spinners at the same distance.  Pretty good ''off season'' while we do the typical weekend charters.  We are in the process of moving a new boat from the US to Guatemala, and we couldn't be happier.  We hope to have her in Guate by mid Oct at the latest catching fish.  We will keep you posted!

Capt Starrs


It's getting closer and closer to that time of year.  Time to get your flies tied for your annual sail fishing trip to Guatemala.  Assuming you are one of those fly fishermen, here are some unique flies that previous customers have brought down.  No matter how different they look, the idea is the same.  Big, feathery, bright flies!  If any of you anglers fishing with us or not have a different fly idea please submit them for inspiration.  We will post them right away.  We are the cheapest fly fishing charter in Guatemala, and we look forward to see you soon.

Capt Starrs

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One unique aspect of our company is we like to fish where ever the bite is the hottest.  So while the sail fish bite slows down, blue bayou will be moving one of our smaller center counsels (La Picasso) to the Atlantic side.  The area is known as Rio Dulce, or the sweet river.  Basically this lush green river that dumps in to the Atlantic is home to some of the best tarpon fishing in Latin America.  Tarpon that can reach 200 lbs even.  Also we have access to the southern parts of Belize such as punta gorda.  This works out perfect for the fly fishermen or light spinning anglers wanting to tap this area for a fraction of the cost Belize normally charges.  Our groups can handle 3 anglers for the tarpon fishing in Guatemala, but for the Belize trips 2 is ideal.  Our web page will soon have the updated info for these types of trips, and the lodging as well.  By far this my favorite part of Guatemala.  More to come.

Capt Starrs

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Iztapa, GT


Humidity: 36%

Wind: 0 mph

  • 30 Nov 2015

    Sunny 91°F 69°F

  • 1 Dec 2015

    Sunny 92°F 71°F

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