Fishing Report

October 4, 2020


October 11, 2020

Report Details

Mostly sunny with light winds from the South and South West
South / South West at 10 to 15 mph.
Air Temp:
Mid to upper 90's and humid.
Moon Phase:
Waning Crescent ( 35 % )
Sunrise / Sunset:
Sunrise 5:44am Sunset: 5:32pm

Week In Review

This week was truly incredible with huge numbers of Permit being seen. They were very difficult to hook, and made the anglers work very hard !
Bonefish were around in big numbers and so many were caught daily that  we do not have an accurate tally. One boat accounted for over 20 fish in a day !

The big story of the week was definitely the Tarpon. Fish were spotted everywhere, and our guests enjoyed a true bonanza. JC and Jeo hooked 10 Tarpon in one day and boated 4. The biggest fish was a good 60 lbs.

Mike and Bill boated 3 in one day and went on to catch a few more.

The story of the week was Bryan fishing with Cesar. We honestly don't know how many Tarpon they hooked, but they boated 14. The biggest fish was a beautiful specimen of 100 Lbs. ! A total of 26 Tarpon were boated.

This was a very special week, and mention must be made of our top quality guides for putting guests on the fish. To quote a 16 time returning guest, Ken Z " The El Pescador guides are probably the best flats guides in the world"

We agree with him . Well done to our amazing team!

What Guests were Catching


Good numbers of bonefish were caught this week with most ranging between 1 Lb. and 3 Lbs. and a few at 5 Lbs. were also taken.


5 permit were taken ranging between 5 and 20 Lbs.


26 Tarpon were caught!  Many in the 30 -  60 Lb. range. One fish of 100 Lbs. was landed.

Other Species

A few Barracuda and Snapper were caught.

Grand Slams

One Grand Slam was recorded by JC and Capt. Jeo!

Flies That Worked

Christmas Island Specials in orange, pearl and pink sizes 6 & 8 and Crazy Charlies in pink and orange.
Kung Fu crab, Bower crab and Peterson shrimp. One fish was taken on a Mantis shrimp.
Black death, White toad, Purple bunny and Chartreuse toad.

Photo of the Week

Bryan landed this 100-lb. tarpon while out with Capt. Cesar.
More Fish of the Week Photos
Trip Advisor 2019 Travelers Choice Winner
Orvis 2017 Endorsed International Destination of the Year Award
Yellow Dog Recognized Destination