• The Sailfish, Marlin, and Dorado have arrived

    Good morning everyone! Exciting news from our fishing spot here in Nicaragua. The sailfish, marlin, and dorado have arrived, and we’ve been having fantastic daily catches over the past two weeks. The weather has been fine, with minimal wind and occasional spotty rain. The water conditions have improved significantly since the storm four weeks ago, and the fishing action is back on track.

    For the past several years, I’ve been emphasizing that Nicaragua is emerging as a premier sport fishery for marlin, and our resident marlin population is impressively large. The biggest marlin we’ve encountered this season weighed approximately 700 lbs. Sailfishing is all year, the largest this season reaching the 160lb mark. I did have an exhilarating encounter with a massive black marlin in the 900 to 1000lb range, but unfortunately, it didn’t take the bait (probably because it’s a smart fish, which explains its size!). Not many people are aware yet of the incredible fishery that exists in Nicaragua, but I assure you, it’s real!

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    Successfully capture Marlin, sailfish, and dorado (mahi mahi) on the Pacific coast of Nicaragua. We are proud to offer a fully loaded Custom 36ft Hatteras, specifically designed for offshore sport fishing. Modern Garmin electronics, Lee outriggers, a Lee fighting chair, a spacious air-conditioned salon, a full bathroom, a custom stereo system, a large cockpit, a fly bridge, Twin Cat diesel motors, ship-to-shore radio, top-notch safety equipment. We provide an all-inclusive full-service adventure, catering to both novice and professional fishermen and fisherwomen.

    We are equipped with Penn Gold series reels with custom rods, Lee outriggers, a Lee fighting chair, and tried-and-true custom teasers that are proven to work wonders in our waters.

    You may not have initially considered Nicaragua as a sportfishing destination, but guess what? It is now! Soon, the world will become aware of our quiet, laid-back destination as we host the Pan American Olympics next month. Tourism in Nicaragua is experiencing remarkable growth, with over 1.3 million visitors from around the world last year alone. The country has seen a steady increase in tourism over the past five years, averaging a 6% growth rate. So, why not come and experience our new sport fishery while exploring the beauty of Nicaragua? It’s an opportunity you don’t want to miss!


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