• Marlin Madness

    Well, Marlin madness is here. Big marlin every day. We went out last Tuesday and landed a 700lbs+ blue marlin aboard La Chata the premier charter service located in san juan del Sur, Nicaragua. Fishing season is in full swing here in Nicaragua. The fishing report for the last two weeks has been good. Marlin almost every day, Big Sail Fish, and lots of Dorado mixed in.

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    What we offer,

    We offer a Custom 36ft Hatteras Sportfishing vessel. Fully equipped for your offshore adventure. On one day we raised two Marlin, 4 Sailfish, and 4 Dorado. The biggest Sail was in the 140-150lbs class. One marlin was about 500 lbs the other around 300 lbs. Great day for the clients. Our boat is one of the finest deep-sea fishing boats available. Loaded with the best fishing gear, custom fishing rods, Penn gold series fishing reels, Momoi’s fishing line, etc.

    Our tour packages are all-inclusive: food, drinks, crew, fuel, etc. Check out some of our fishing videos @ bigfishtours.net. Come join the newest fishing game in Nicaragua. Book your next deep-sea fishing vacation package with us. We’re considered one of the best fishing charters boats for marlin fishing here in Nicaragua. Offering one of the best offshore fishing boats.

    Nicaragua has never before been known for marlin fishing. But we here at bigfishtours.net have now opened this abundant fishery. We have just celebrated our 3rd year here in Nicaragua. When we first got here we had no idea of what the fishery would be. But now we know! It’s Marlin Madness, Big Sailfish, and Big Dorado.

    There is no big commercial fishery here in Nicaragua so the pressure on the fish is low. Which gives us a great advantage to hunt down and catch these majestic beauties. We only do catch and release on all billfish here in Nicaragua. But a nice dorado makes for good sushi aboard our Custom 36ft Hatteras sport-fishing Vessel.

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