Performance Package (with Villa Lodging)

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Duration:

3 days

Pricing & Availability

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Fishing Info

Technique

Fly Fishing, Light tackle, Heavy tackle, Bottom fishing, Trolling

Water Type

Offshore

Skill Level

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

Species

Dolphin (Mahi Mahi), Marlin (Black), Marlin (Blue), Marlin (Striped), Marlin (White), Roosterfish, Sailfish, Tuna (Yellowfin), Wahoo

About Your Guide

Pacific Sailfish, Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin, Black Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, and Mahi Mahi- what more could you ask for?!

We won't hold it against you if you answered luxurious accommodations, fast yet comfortable sportfishing yachts, quality Shimano tackle, endless opportunities to catch billfish on the fly, professional captains and crews, and hot lunch, Ceviche, Sashimi, snacks, fresh fruit, and beer while out on the water. Pacific Fins Guatemala won't knock you for it either- these included amenities are all part of what their operation one of the leading sportfishing destinations in the world.

Book a trip to experience the best Sailfishing in the world. 15-20 eats/day is par for the course, while 40 daily bites is common most of the year from October through June . These Pacific Sailfish average 90 to 100 pounds, but sailfish over 125 pounds are common.

Billfishing in Guatemala takes place only 12-40 miles offshore in the "Pocket", a deep underwater canyon just off the Guatemalan Pacific coast.

Marlin fishing out of Puerto Quetzal is especially renowned. Blue Marlin, Striped Marlin and Black Marlin are all caught with relative consistency, with 300-600 pound Blue Marlin proving most common. Marlin fishing is hottest from September through December.

Pacific Fins is a world leader in conservation. As such, all bait is rigged with circle hooks and all billfishing is catch and release. These practices insure this pristine and vibrant fishery remains so for your return trips year after year after year!

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Amenities

Lunch

Yes, Included

Beer

Feel free to enjoy responsibly. No glass allowed.

Fish Cleaning

This guide will clean your catch for you.

Live Bait

Yes, Included

Lodging

Yes

Boat Restroom

Available

Details

Start Location

Pacific Fins Resort, Puerto Quetzal, Guatemala

Start Time(s)

12:00 AM, 01:00 AM, 02:00 AM, 03:00 AM, 04:00 AM, 05:00 AM, 06:00 AM, 07:00 AM, 08:00 AM, 09:00 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 12:00 PM, 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM, 03:00 PM, 04:00 PM, 05:00 PM, 06:00 PM, 07:00 PM, 08:00 PM, 09:00 PM, 10:00 PM, 11:00 PM

Duration(s)

3 days,

Reviews

Andy R.
·

April 25, 2020


I organized 13 anglers for 3 days of fishing through Ozzy with Pacific Fins and it could not have been any easier. The reservation and payment process was easy. A large van met us at the airport with a cooler of beer and whisked us away to the coast. On arrival we were met with smiling faces and frozen drinks. The grounds are beautiful. Tropical birds, nice pool, docks over the lagoon. You can hear the ocean but cannot see it. There is a barrier island that separates the lagoon from the ocean. Pretty sunrise and sunset from the docks. We had 3 two-bedroom suites with a total of 4 queen beds in each plus one single queen room. The accommodations were very nice. TVs, mini-fridge with water, spacious bedrooms, A/C, decks, and so on. Very few mosquitoes and spray was provided from the bar. On one side of the pool is a large bar area and the other side is the dining area. Cook-to-order breakfast. Dinners were outstanding. Boats were also very good. Express style for the most part. I fished from all three of our boats over the three days. All captains were very skilled in finding fish and maneuvering the boats. Mates worked hard and let us do or not depending on what we wanted. They are fine with hooking the fish and then letting you fight it or you can try your hand at hooking one up from the teaser. One of our guys even learned how to "wire" in a sail once it got close to the boat. Over 3 days and 3 boats we released 117 sailfish in the 80# to 120# range and one Blue Marlin of about 300#. Brought in 25 or so large Mahi as well. Epic trip and both Ozzy and Joel made it fun and easy.

Gear & Packing

Provided

All

At an additional rate

None

Recommended packing

Hat, sunscreen, polarized sunglasses

Required items

None

Things to keep in mind

Payment & Tipping

After paying the deposit, a QR Code will be emailed. Your guide will take a picture of the QR code to automatically transfer the remaining balance. The only cash needed is for a 10-20% customary tip.

Cancellation/Refund policy

yes

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