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Old 01-26-2010, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Panama fishing report, Tropic Star Lodge

Blue Marlin, which normally roam the 100 fathom curve further offshore were feeding in the bait schools and were caught just off Jacque, a town further south of Piñas Bay. Of course, we were still being invaded by big schools of dorado and there was good action to be had all day while waiting for the bills. Also, we saw decent numbers of Pacific Sailfish especially during the latter part of the week. The sails were rather large too which is unusual for this time. One was released this week which was estimated at around 180 lbs; a MONSTER! You just never know what you’re likely to encounter fishing at Piñas Bay.
Cathy Hamilton and her husband Mark were here at Piñas Bay for the week and both scored really well. Cathy released her first BLACK MARLIN estimated at 450 lbs, her first PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN around 400 lbs and her first PACIFIC SAILFISH for a week’s SLAM.

Congratulations Cathy. Mark also released his first BLACK MARLIN estimated at 450 lbs.

Elias Zaher released his first BLACK MARLIN on the first day of fishing this week, a big one too estimated at 500 lbs. George Zaher also released his first BLACK MARLIN this week, a decent 350 lb fish. John Robinson released his first BLACK MARLIN around 300 lbs, John Siegrist released his first BLACK MARLIN around 250 lbs and Dave Copeland also released his first BLACK MARLIN.

Dan Spalding released his first PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN this week, estimated at 350 lbs. Pete Holehouse also got his first PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN around 280 lbs and Art Lancaster released his first PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN.

Ed Reeves, Jimmy Stockton and Dale Cochrane all released a BLACK MARLIN, PACIFIC BLUE MARLIN and a PACIFIC SAILFISH for a week’s SLAM. Congratulations to all!

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