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 Dec 8, 2009; 04:35PM - How Big What kind?
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Stan Wright
 Author E-mail:  stanwright@hawaii.rr.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: Just got this from my friend Bill..... He and I just love to brag about our kids.

LOL... Aloha, Stan



Stan ….

Just got a picture from my son Mike.

He just came thru Honolulu last week on his way to Guatemala

to help his brother in this fishing operations.

He stepped off the plane in GUA last Friday night

took his boat out Sat am to shake it down for customers starting Sunday.

So here he hasn’t seen those waters for 5+Mths,

he hits the GPS spot for the last Marlin he hooked 5mths ago,

60min later snap and hooked up, and 90min after that, they land and release

The fish in the attached PIC.

How big? At least 6 – 800 but look close….

I think it was a BLACK MARLIN. look a the pectoral fin.

Not uncommon, but they get Blues 50 to 1 Blacks.



“Tight Lines” and great fishing

Bill
 Jan 3, 2007; 07:44AM - Holiday Cheers from Guatemala
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This Guatemala fishing report is for the week ending December 30th 2006 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing
Company operating out of the new Pez Vela Marina.

Well we allowed the fish a break to enjoy their Christmas – but started back straight away fishing on the 26th. They did seem a little sluggish after the festivities, but the sight of fresh ballyhoo just proved too much ……….and the bite showed as
soon as we hit Bluewater at 12-15 miles from the dock. We welcomed the Lundgren party, and they started their trip with 9 nice Sailfish in the boat on “Boxing Day” as it is known in the
UK . The weather was perfect with a light wind and enough of a chop on the water to make the teasers jump and hop in an animated way.

You can see more pix from last weeks fishing here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/weeklyfishing.htm

The weather and the bite improved as the Lundgrens continued their trip – bringing 10 to the boat on their second day………and then really heating up with 16 caught on their third and final day. There has been more and more bait showing in recent days, and we are hopeful of a run of Blue Marlin as we progress through the full moon………….watch this space and we will report if/when it happens !


We wish all our clients, past, present and future a Happy New Year

Our very Best wishes : Les, Carlos, Kevin & Jim

Contact us at : greatsailfishing@yahoo.com

 Nov 13, 2006; 04:01PM - Chaos in the spreads
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 11-12-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina, Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week varied between 15 miles to as far as 47 miles. Seas this week have continued to stay calm with sunny skies and light to no wind in the mornings.



Very good results continued this week with boats reporting raises in the teens to the low thirties,with releases also in the high single
digits to low twenties on conventional tackle and with some boats reporting 3 to 4 releases on the fly. We at the Great Sailfishing Company hosted several groups with one releasing 10 Pacific sails out of 13 bites.



At one point a little chaos broke out when they had a blue marlin and 4 sails in the spread. Cap´n Nestor directed the focus towards the Blue Marlin which aggressively pursued one teaser to the other teaser and on to the pich bait....... only to be finally beaten by one of the lit up Sails, at which point the commotion of two hooked up sails proved too much and he sank away from the stern...for next time.



Our Sunday charter wanted to target meat fish (we fish how you want to fish) and were rewarded with boating 7 nice dorado,5 yellowfin tuna and several mackeral along with releasing 2 sails. To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here: http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or contact us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com


 Oct 31, 2006; 09:55AM - Marlin bite turns On
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 10-30-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina, Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week went out from
averaging 30 miles to as far as 45 miles over the past month to 35 to 50 miles. Seas this week have continued
to stay calm with sunny skies and ight to no wind in the mornings.

This week saw good results with boats reporting raises in the teens to the low twenties,with releases also in the high single digits to mid teens - most boats releasing between 8 to 12 sails on conventional tackle. The most exciting news is that the marlin bite this past week has been Great......
with most boats reporting at least one Blue Marlin in their spreads every day. At the end of the week all of the boats released anywhere from one to four marlin within 4 days. Another reason why we are looking forward to the imminent arrival of our latest 35ft Bertram, the 'Reel Diver' - as she is fully equipped to chase those marlin with a full tower and a Marlin door. We are looking forward to a continuing strong Marlin bite - and invite you down to experience it for yourselves !!

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or contact us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com


 Oct 9, 2006; 12:53PM - Guatemala Sailfishing
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 10-08-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which
operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina, Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week came in from
averaging 30 miles to as far as 45 miles over the past month to 20 to 30 miles. Seas this week have continued
to stay calm ranging between 1 to 2ft with sunny skies and light to no wind.


This week saw good results with boats
reporting raises in the teens to mid twenties,with releases also in the high single digits to high teens
with most boats releasing between 8 to 15 sails on conventional tackle. There were even reports of marlin in the spreads. On Saturday our boat the Joint Venture released 10 Pacific Sailfish and a Blue Marlin in the
200 lb. Class. There was a local inshore fishing tournament this past Saturday and we have been told
for those that ventured out they were rewarded well with jacks,mackerel,pargo and more.

Once again for those anglers planning to come down to Guatemala and fish with us, please make your reservations soon as our calendar is filling up fast. We are happy to announce the addition to our fleet of the Island Time (38ft.wide-body Bertram)and the Reel Diver (35ft.Bertram with a full tuna tower and tuna door).Both of these vessels will be arriving in early
November.

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or contact us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com

Best regards,

Les,Carlos,Kevin and Jim

 Oct 2, 2006; 12:02PM - Guatemala Sailfishing
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 10-01-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina, Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week ranged from 30 miles to as far as 40 miles. Seas this week have been ranging between 1 to 2ft with sunny skies and no wind.


This week saw fair to good results with boats
reporting raises in the high teens to mid twenties,with releases also in the high single digits to mid teens with Wednesday,Thursday and Friday seeing most boats releasing between 10 to 15 sails on conventionial tackle. Once again
there were some Dorado to be taken each day.

For those anglers planning to come down to Guatemala and fish with us, please make your reservations soon as our calendar is filling up fast. We are happy to announce the addition to our fleet of the Island Time (38ft.wide-body Bertram)and the Reel Diver (35ft.Bertram with a full tuna tower and tuna door).Both of these vessels will be arriving in early November.

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or contact us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
 Jul 31, 2006; 10:44AM - Guatemala Fishing week end 7/30
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 07-30-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina,Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week ranged from 35 miles to as far as 50 miles. Seas started out fairly high ranging between 3 to 4ft at the start of the week caused by several storms that hit the coast. However, clam seas were enjoyed by the weekend.This week skies ranged from cloudy/rain at the beginning of the week with overcast/cloudy days at weeks end. Most nights saw heavy downpours. Most days started with light breezes in the mornings which picked up in the afternoons.

This week saw fair results with boats reporting raises in the low to mid teens with releases in the single digits. The good news is that there were lots of Dorado and yellowfin tuna to be had. At the start of the week few sportfishing boats ventured out,with most of the bill-fishing on the weekend. Our boat the Joint Venture hosted a group along with our partners Jim Phillips and Kevin Styles. They reported 14 raises on Sunday which resulted in 2 sails released on the fly and two on conventionial along with 8 yellowfin tuna. Kevin explained that they could have caught a lot more tuna but stopped after 8 in search of the sails. On Saturday the Stragos came upon some floating structures which resulted in boating 75 Dorado.

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or act us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
 Jul 10, 2006; 09:24AM - Sportfishing - Guatemala
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 07-09-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which
operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina,Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week have remained from
as close as 16 miles to as far as 35 miles. Seas continue to be mild ranging between 1 to 2ft to moderate at 3ft. This week skies ranged from partly cloudy to overcast/cloudy days, with a few days bringing light to moderate rains during the day and a
few nights with heavy downpours.Most days started with light breezes in the mornings and picking up in the afternoons.

This week again saw some good results with boats reporting releases in the mid single digits to low double digits, one sportfishermen reported 12 releases out of 20 bites. Another had 4 releases on the fly. Once again few sportfishing boats ventured out midweek
with most of the bill-fishing on the weekend. Our boat the Joint Venture had a local charter with the clients
wanting to target meat fish. They were rewarded with 12 dorado in the 7 to 12lb. class, 3 Yellow-fin tuna
ranging from 10 to 15lbs. along with releasing 3 sails.

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or contact us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com

Best regards and tight lines,

Jim, Kevin, Carlos and Les

 Jun 26, 2006; 08:12AM - Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 06-25-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which
operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina,Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week have ranged from as
close as 15 miles to as far as 40 miles. Seas this week have been mild ranging between 1 to 2ft to moderate at 3ft. This week skies ranged from cloudly to overcast days, with some days bringing light rains;however there as been a few nights with heavy
downpours.Most days started with no to light breezes in the mornings and moderate breezes in the afternoons.

This week saw fair results with boats reporting releases in the low to mid single digits. Most boats reported 3 to 7 sailfish releases on conventional
tackle. Once again there were Blue marlin in the spread. On Monday our boat the Joint Venture hooked up
a 450lb. class blue but after a short fight the hook came loose from the bill. One other boat this week did
manage to release two blues. Those boats that went out for dorado were rewarded with lots of them in the 7 to
15lb. class beginning at the 15 mile mark.

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or contact us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com


 Jun 19, 2006; 05:48AM - Guatemala Sportfishing
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: This fishing report is for the week ending 06-18-06 and is prepared by The Great Sailfishing Company which
operates out of the new Pez Vela Marina, Guatemala.The fishing grounds for this past week have ranged from 20 miles to as far as 40 miles. Seas this week have varied from mild ranging between 1 to 2ft to moderate 2 to 3ft seas. This week skies ranged from
sunny to overcast days, with some days bringing light rains; however there as been some nights with light to moderate downpours. Most days started with no to light wind in the mornings to light / moderate winds in the
afternoons, same as the past two weeks.

This week saw fair to good results with boats reporting releases in the low single digits to low double digits. This week we were happy to host the Jay Halpenny party from Canada. Their first day (Tuesday)
saw only fair results with releasing 3 sails out of 7 bites and 6 Dorado. On Wednesday they had a good days fishing releasing 11 sails out of 20 bites and also boating 20 Dorado. On Thursday they also had another good days fishing with releasing 9 sails out of 14 bites. All on conventional tackle.

On Friday we welcomed the arrival of Sam Swisher and his son out of Boston. Their first day fishing was on
Saturday and they had great day releasing 5 sails and TWO Blue Marlin,the first marlin (estimated at
300lbs.) first appeared off of the left teaser. With the marlin rig in hand (Penn International 11 50 wide
with 50lb line mated to a tournament graphite rod) the fight was on.Thirty minutes later the fight was over
and the mates released the marlin to fight another day. About one hour later another marlin appeared off
of the left teaser, estimated at about 200lb. Sam’s son chose light tackle and the fight began, about 1 ½ hours of a great fight the marlin was boat-side and released. Both of the Swishers had big smiles and explained that they were their 1st marlins and on the same day. Today (Sunday) saw another good day with 3 sails being released and another Blue Marlin in the
200lb. Class. That’s right, 3 marlin in two days with another day to go.

To register for our weekly fishing report and other information please click here :
http://www.greatsailfishing.com/en/register.html or act us at greatsailfishing@yahoo.com

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