We are already getting our next group on Christmas day.  26th and 27th we will be way off shore chasing bills.  The bite has slowed down by Guatemalan standards, but 40 miles south east will get us in fishable water.  Yesterday one boat released 15 sails, which is great, but they had to push way off shore for it.  The water temp is around 84 degrees and perfect for marlin and sails, just need a bit more blue water to turn this fish on again.



Points I will try and hit despite the 40 plus mile hike:

13° 20.92´ N / 90° 20.55´ W

44.5 NM 153° Mag.

Tight Lines and Merry Christmas

Capt Starrs

The bite is HOT, HOT, HOT!  We fished Thursday and Friday (Dec 16th and 17th), with impressive results.  While we fished a bit short at 25 miles to find the bite to be slow, the radio talk further south was all positive.  Before we started our troll south to meet the other captains we raised a nice 300 lb blue marlin which took the 20 lb penn (not the 50 we pitched) and gave our client Bill a 55 minute fight!  We then released the big fella and continued to end the day with several more sail fish raised and just a few releases, and a few dorado in the box. 
The next day dec 17th, we filled up the tank and punched out to the 40 mile marker where we were greeted with a very hot Guatemalan sail fish bite!  We raised at least 25 sails, hooking 15, and releasing 6 sails.  At one point we had 4 sail fish in the spread.  Incredible numbers!

The bite continues to improve despite the full moon upon us.  Right now we have intense schools of bait fish, sails, marlin, and we know where they are.  For now all I have to offer is this half decent video of our past clients. 
Tight Lines

Capt Starrs



We recently sent the fat cat out 40 miles this past sunday to release 12 sails, and a hand full of dorado and one blue!  Just two days later at about half the distance one boat started radioing in a ton of raises for sails.  Our boat quickly made it in the area to find a super hot bite.  As many as 75 sail fish were raised by ONE boat!  The top boat hooked into 35 sail fish, and we are heading out with reel dirty Thursday December 16th to find out what the deal is.  Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  The bite is hot and la nina is proving to be a plus for the Guatemalan scene!

Capt Starrs
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We are weekend warriors for the most part going forward into the holiday, but looking at the Terrafin I would hit the south west in a hurry.  The blue water is coming in thick and the temperatures are holding at about 84 degrees.  LOTS of life just 15 miles off shore.  Most captains are setting up at 20 miles and trolling out.  20 raises are common and so far this season is looking damn good.  We are also getting a lot of blue's in the 200 to 300 lb range.  We have spots here and there for rest of the months going forward, drop us a line to get hooked up.

Tight Lines
Capt Starrs



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