Fishing Report

November 24, 2019


December 1, 2019

Report Details

Partly cloudy days with a few isolated showers. Recent days have seen ample sun, although changing conditions have been a little challenging for guides, …but they've stepped up with great results.
North to NE switching to mostly E, 10 - 20 mph
Air Temp:
High and low in the mid 80's.
Moon Phase:
Waxing Crescent
Sunrise / Sunset:
Sunrise 6:06 am Sunset: 5:14 pm

Week In Review

Anglers continued to have plenty of shots this week with a lot of good eats and tarpon coming unbuttoned on the first or second jump. El Pescador advises anglers to practice strip setting and putting away the trout set before venturing out. In all, it was a great week for permit and the tarpon seem to be more willing to be fed flies!

What Guests were Catching


Bonefish for in ample supply as usual with nearly every angler catching anywhere from one to a dozen. A couple of fish in the 23" range were caught this week as well.


About 8 permit were taken last week, including one nice fish approaching 20-25 lbs.


A few larger tarpon were jumped and one in the 40 lb range landed, along with quite a few smaller tarpon in the 5-20 lb range.

Other Species

Snook, Snapper, Jacks, and Barracuda

Grand Slams

One grand slam to report and one near miss that technically might have qualified if the angler had known that once leadered, it could count as a caught fish.

Flies That Worked

Christmas Island Specials in orange, pearl and pink sizes 6 & 8
Spawning Shrimp, brown crab.
White and chartreuse toads, poppers and home ties.