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#518393 - 10/19/16 05:48 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of October 9th – October 15th, 2016

Weather Conditions: A bit cloudy all week with some rain many days pretty early in the day. Every once in a while we would get an hour or two of sun to light up the flats.

Winds: 0-10 mph Northwest to start most days finishing in the East.

Air Temperature: 85 to 90 degrees with lows between 77 and 80 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 81 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1010-1013 mbar

Sunrise: 5:45 am Sunset: 5:32 pm

Moonphase: The full moon was on October 15th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Lots of first time bonefishing Kudos were awarded this week with our never ending supply of bonefish. Our biggest was a 6-pound brute that was landed mid week. We don’t land fish this size too often. Sometimes I think this is because our permit and tarpon fisheries are so good, people ignore that we have some decent size bonefish around Ambergris. The oceanside fish between the beach and the reef are especially large.

PERMIT (Palometta): A long list of permit masters this week: Timothy. Jeff, Kevin, Larry, Frank, James, Hugh, Teddy, Eric and Terry landed at least one this week, several of them had multiple fish in a day. The queens of the permit flats this week were Jolynn, and Lauren with some monster fish.

TARPON (Sabalo): Tim, Kevin, Sean, Louis, Gerald, Tim2, James, Michael, Hugh, Robert, Hubert and Ed came through to give the permit gurus a run for their money. It is always a divided camp - some swear by the crafty permit and others by the athletic silver king.

OTHER SPECIES: Barracuda, 2 kinds of Jacks, Snook, Snappers and lots more!

GRAND SLAM: Our new friend Ted was able to get a grand slam ton the first of his 3-day fishing adventure. Congratulations, it couldn’t have happened to a nicer guy.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Crazy Charlie, Gotcha, tan silileg Charlie, and the #1 fly in the history of El Pescador - Christmas Island Special lead eye version

FOR PERMIT - Bunny gotcha, camo crab, fuzzy rock crab

FOR TARPON - Black bunny, tan bunny, chartreuse cockroach, ep peanut butter

This Week’s Summary:

It was our extreme pleasure to host the wedding of Tim and Ashley who are longtime friends of El Pescador. A beautiful group of almost 50 guests took part and a few went fishing, including the groom of course! The weather was not the best ever but not the worst and the fishing remained strong with more permit coming to hand than tarpon.

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.

Fishing photo of the week:


El Pescador guests Eric and Lauren and their Permit

#518522 - 10/25/16 01:55 PM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of October 16th – October 22nd, 2016

Weather Conditions: Fair weather 50% of the time Rain showers 50% of the time

Winds: 0-10 mph Northwest to start most days finishing in the East.

Air Temperature: 85 to 90 degrees with lows between 77 and 80 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 81 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1009-1015mbar

Sunrise: 5:47 am Sunset: 5:25 pm

Moonphase: The first quarter moon was on October 22nd

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): We had some first-caught bonefish days, some high quantity bonefish days and some big fish this week! Bruce got things off to a great start with 23 bonefish for his first day out, Dustin and Caitlin went out for their first ever bonefish as did many other guests. Sara was especially proud of her first ever bonefish. Our biggest fish of the week was estimated at 6 pounds!! A brute!

PERMIT (Palometta): Chris had a fabulous week here at EL Pescador. Being a frequent guest here he is used to the ups and downs that fishing brings; but he was on top of the world with a great permit that was part of his soft slam. Bruce got a dream permit, Caitlin showed how it is done with 2 in one day, her beau Dustin got 1, Geoff landed a nice one on his last day.

TARPON (Sabalo): Chris got a huge one right off the bat that ended up being part of his soft slam for the week. Dave got a beautiful fish, Lisa got a Silver King (lost another half dozen) Geoff ‘s two tarpon were part of his soft slam, Dave got a 50-pound monster to the boat, and many folks hooked up but didn’t land any of them (which is similar to the average landing rate for tarpon - at about 10%)

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, Cudas, Snappers , Grunts . ladyfish, Catfish, Lookdowns

GRAND SLAM: 2 soft slam award got to returning guests Chris and Geoff, they both landed at least one tarpon and one permit and one bonefish during their trip to El Pescador.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special, crazy charlies, gotcha

FOR PERMIT - White raghead crab, Spawning shrimp, Merkin ( all tan), avalon

FOR TARPON - White toad, Black death, White deceiver, EP pinfish

This Week’s Summary:

Orvis’ Bonefish Bonanza filled the lodge with great spirits and lots of fish stories over the 4 nights they were here. Orvis’s host (Dan Davala from Orvis Travel in Vermont) brought a combination of repeat guests and new saltwaterites looking for anything from the promised bonefish to the hallowed permit. They caught them all, including the two soft slams!

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.

Fishing photo of the week:


El Pescador guest Geoff and a beauty of a Tarpon

#518681 - 11/02/16 12:17 PM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of October 23rd – October 29th, 2016

Weather Conditions: Fair weather 50% of the time and rain showers the other 50% of the time.

Winds: 10-15 mph out of the West switching to N/NE each day and occasionally out of our normal east direction.

Air Temperature: 82 to 90 degrees with lows between 75 and 80 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 81 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1011–1018 mbar

Sunrise: 5:49 am Sunset: 5:22 pm

Moonphase: The new moon was on October 30th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Some big bonefish this week, 2 bonefish were landed between 5 and 6 pounds! Several other boats reported numerous 3-5 pound fish every day. Other anglers went out and landed great numbers of bonefish (up to 25 in a day). In general, those looking for big bonefish can find them; and for those who like lots of action appreciate our 1-2 pound speed demons. Lots of first-time flats fishers got their first ever bonefish as well.

PERMIT (Palometta): Rob started the week with some permit, Jess from Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures added another permit notch to her belt, Jason got one, Jim had a huge one on till they reached for the leader, and several others were hooked up and lost.

TARPON (Sabalo): The tarpon were around but not quite as ready to eat as last week. (which goes flies against the small moon is better theory) Jimmy got a few, Steve landed 2 in a day, Lisa added 2 more to last week’s fish total, Pete had a big one on for all the hard part but the 50-pound fish came unbuttoned on a late jump.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, cudas, snappers , grunts, spanish mackerel, and ladyfish.

GRAND SLAM: No Grand slams this week.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special, Crazy charlies, Gotcha.

FOR PERMIT - White raghead crab, Spawning shrimp, Merkin ( all tan), avalon.

FOR TARPON - White toad, Black death, White deceiver, EP pinfish.

This Week’s Summary:

The first annual Jim Klug photography school was a great success with anglers having a mix of fishing and expeditions combined with classroom study with Jim, Jess, and Bryan. Jim is the founder of Yellow Dog Fly Fishing Adventures as well as a well-published photographer.

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.


#518922 - 11/12/16 06:20 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of October 30th - November 5th, 2016

Weather Conditions: Mostly Cloudy all week, with some periods of rain several days.

Winds: 0-15mph out of North switching to NE each day and swinging to full east many afternoons.

Air Temperature: 82 to 88 degrees with lows between 74 and 78 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1011–1018 mbar

Sunrise: 5:49 am Sunset: 5:22 pm

Moonphase: The new moon was on October 30th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Another large bonefish made its way to an angler’s fly this week – estimated weight at 6 pounds! Lots of smaller and medium size fish were caught daily, with one boat recording 28 fish!. Even with cloudy weather many of the guides were able to find schools of feeding fish to keep everybody happy. As there are most weeks, there were several first ever bonefish success stories!

PERMIT (Palometta): Returning guest (and friend) Frank got his dream permit this week after several encounters with less than enthusiastic fish. A nice 10 pounder that got Frank’s adrenaline flowing. This was his first permit of his fly-fishing life ~ but surely not his last. Tom and Pam have visited us for many years; and this week Tom celebrated another permit to the delight of Pam and all of the staff here.

TARPON (Sabalo): The tarpon of the week was landed by another returning friend of EP, Keith… 85 pounds of solid chrome fighting machine! Just so you know Keith paid his dues working hard for several days before it all came together. No one deserved it more. Young Daniel and his sister Emily both got tarpon in addition to the bonefish, snappers, jacks, cudas that they gladly pulled in. Mom ( Rebecca) and Dad (John) each had a boat and swapped the kids around freely, sometimes meeting up for lunch to ignite some spirited fish stories! John got what we call a road tarpon, as there is a spot along the road we often see rolling tarpon anywhere from 5-20 pounds.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, cudas, snappers , grunts, spanish mackerel, and ladyfish.

GRAND SLAM: No Grand slams this week.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special, Crazy charlies, Tiny Crabs, and Gotcha's.

FOR PERMIT - Merkin, Avalon.

FOR TARPON - Tan Toad, Black Bunny, Black Death

This Week’s Summary:

Some of the fall Orvis bonefish Bonanza arrived early to get a head start on the rest of the group, only about 4-5 boats went out each day, so pretty quiet week overall!

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.


#519175 - 11/21/16 08:12 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of Nov.6th – Nov. 12th, 2016

Weather Conditions: Mostly cloudy early in the week, changing to partly cloudy to sunny towards the end of the week.

Winds: 5-15mph out of North was switching to NE each day and swinging eastward many afternoons.

Air Temperature: 82 to 86 degrees with lows between 72 and 76 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1013–1017 mbar

Sunrise: 5:49 am Sunset: 5:22 pm

Moonphase: The first quarter moon was on November 7th.

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Lots of bonefish and some big ones! The largest fish of the week was 4 pounds, and the biggest number I heard was in the low 20’s, but there could be some humble fishermen in the house that did not keep count! Some of the bigger ones were caught while tarpon fishing with tarpon flies (who said bonefish don’t eat baitfish!)

PERMIT (Palometta): Permit were pretty active this week with lots of schools found on a daily basis. Here are some of the permit conquistadors! Carolyn (part of her slam and her first) - Rene, Roberto, Trey (his first), Ben, Adam, Patrick and Daniel all landed on top of the permit leaderboard this week. A few others were hooked and lost but lots of shots were had.

TARPON (Sabalo): Carolyn as part of her “easy as pie” slam, Dan got a big one, Dennis got the job done, and Dante pulled one out of his hat on the last cast of the last day! Never Give Up! The largest fish was about 50 pounds.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, cudas, snappers, grunts, spanish mackerel, and ladyfish.

GRAND SLAM: Carolyn was on top of the world all week as she slammed early on.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special, Gotcha, many variations of Crazy Charlies.

FOR PERMIT - Avalon, Mantis Shrimp.

FOR TARPON - White Deceiver, White Toad, Black Death.

This Week’s Summary:

Grand Slam for Carolyn!! A lovely quiet week here at the lodge with some great folks taking advantage of the two for one prices (twofer promotion) this fall. Fishing is great, and the weather is great, why not!

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.


#519303 - 11/27/16 12:24 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of Nov. 13th – Nov. 19th, 2016

Weather Conditions: Partly cloudy most of the week with some off and on rain showers.

Winds: The same 5-15mph out of North switching to NE each day and swinging to full east some afternoons.

Air Temperature: 82 to 86 degrees with lows between 68 and 79 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1012–1019 mbar

Sunrise: 5:49 am Sunset: 5:22 pm

Moonphase: The super full moon was on November 14th and it was spectacular rising over the reef!

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Some big numbers were landed this week with at least three boats topping 20 bonefish to the hand. The biggest of the week was 4 pounds. DIY anglers landed many in the lagoon behind the lodge!

PERMIT (Palometta): Permit are still relatively happy to eat with more than a dozen landed this week. The star of this was the permit duo of Joe and Mary with six permit between the two of them. Mary’s largest topped the week at 20 pounds, and she couldn’t lift it! Adam and Daniel added permit notches on their belt; Patrick was thrilled with his permit, Ryan got a permit as part of his “soft” super slam, and Dan 2 landed a beauty mid-week.

TARPON (Sabalo): Mac got a tarpon off the dock!! Dante got a nice fish on a last minute trip on his departure day. As he was not scheduled to leave here until 2 pm, he fished from 6 am to 1 pm, landed the tarpon, took a shower and headed out packing a bagged lunch for the plane in his pack! Jeremy had a four jump encounter with a large tarpon that will be forever etched in his brain (I clearly remember the first tarpon I jumped 20 years ago)

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, cudas, snappers, grunts, king mackerel (outside the reef one day)

GRAND SLAM: Congratulations to Ryan who over the course of the week landed a permit, tarpon, bonefish, and snook. Even though it was not all in one day, it is still noteworthy!.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special, Gotcha, many variations of Crazy Charlies.

FOR PERMIT - Bauer crab, brown, Christmas Island Special, mantis shrimp.

FOR TARPON - Black Death, Peanut Butter, White Bunny.

This Week’s Summary:

An average weather week here, with good action for permit and bonefish. The big super moon was pretty unique as well. Now we will get ready for the Thanksgiving crowd!

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.


#519409 - 11/30/16 10:15 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of November 20th – November 26h, 2016

Weather Conditions: Partly cloudy half of the week with cloudy and rainy for the other half.

Winds: The same 5-20 mph out of the West, East. North and the South East!

Air Temperature: 82 to 86 degrees with lows between 68 and 79 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1010-1018 mbar

Sunrise: 6:05 am Sunset: 5:19 pm

Moonphase: The last quarter moon was on November 14th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Bonefish did their best to uphold their reputation as a guaranteed catch here at El Pescador. Of the dozen anglers that went out all of them succeeded with bonefish; with many first ever bonefish coming to the hands of our guests. No big bones this week but one boat did report 23 fish one day. They found a large school that kept cooperating.

PERMIT (Palometta): Our sole permit award went to Scott G. who angled his way to his first permit that turned out to be the only one of the week!

TARPON (Sabalo): The Tarpon fishermen/women faired a little better with Chris Z and his family getting into the tarpon action, Mark landed a Silver King, and Cody followed suit with a fun fight with a tarpon. There were many other encounters with these great fish but no others resulted in landed fish.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, Cudas, Snappers, Ladyfish

GRAND SLAM: No Grand Slam action this week.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special, Gotcha, and many others

FOR PERMIT - Mantis shrimp

FOR TARPON - White toad, green toad.

This Week’s Summary:

Thanksgiving was the theme of the week here at the lodge with 75 of us at Thanksgiving dinner. It was more family time than fishing time, with just a few boats heading out during the week. The weather was poor for several days making the fishing tougher than normal.

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.

Fishing photo of the week:


El Pescador guest Scott and his permit

#519608 - 12/08/16 05:59 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of November 27th – December 3rd, 2016

Weather Conditions: Partly cloudy most of the week, rain showers here or there daily.

Winds: 5-15 mph out of East, North East

Air Temperature: 2 to 90 degrees with lows

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1009-1016 mbar

Sunrise: 6:09 am Sunset: 5:19 pm

Moonphase: The new moon was on November 29th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Bonefish are the staple of our existence here. Even without these beautiful fish in such large numbers, we would still be left with an impressive permit and tarpon fishery. That by itself would make a for a great destination. With millions of bonefish, it's an unmatched destination for a potential grand slam. This week we had one boat with over 50 bonefish in a single day! Wow, they were busy! Also, we had a couple of big fish up to 5 pounds. 4 pounds is a big fish here with the biggest coming in around 7 pounds. Total pounds per day per angler is the highest I have seen anywhere!

PERMIT (Palometta): Marjorie joined us for three days of fishing, and she improved her skills. The culmination for her was a beautiful permit. Not a record, but a good place to start! Bill added to his lifetime permit total as did his travel buddy Don with two solid permit during their return visit to El Pescador.

TARPON (Sabalo): The tarpon were pretty active this week. Lots of shots, plenty of refusals, a bunch of easy, lazy bites and few smash and grabs! Mark started off the week with the first tarpon and returning guest Lanny closed out his week with a nice tarpon. In between Amy got a beauty, and Eric got a solid fish to the boat, Dave finally landed one after many near misses. Most fish were between 10-30 pounds. There were a few bigger fish up to 80 pounds that were hooked but got off right away.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook Barracudas, cobia, needlefish, barracudas, snappers, grunts, and much more

GRAND SLAM: No Grand Slam action this week.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special size 8, Foxy Gotcha, and many other patterns.

FOR PERMIT - Mantis shrimp

FOR TARPON - White toad, green toad, Bruce’s baitfish pattern, Orange Butt.

This Week’s Summary:

It was a lovely weather week with a half dozen boats going out each day. There were a few divers, some sunbathers, and adventure folks who joined the fishermen. It seemed quiet after the rush of Thanksgiving even though there were usually 30 of us for dinner.

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.


#519759 - 12/13/16 10:29 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of December 4th – December 10th, 2016

Weather Conditions: Good weather most of the week with a couple days of clouds

Winds: 5-15 mph out of East, North East

Air Temperature: 80 to 90 degrees with lows between 73 and 80 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1009-1020 mbar

Sunrise: 6:12 am Sunset: 5:18 pm

Moonphase: The first quarter moon was on December 7th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): The bonefish were the main fare because of their large numbers and relatively cooperative nature! The biggest bonefish of the week was 5 pounds the smallest probably only 8 inches!! There are all sizes. Some boats recorded over 20 bonefish in a single day.

PERMIT (Palometta): Our permit captains of the week were from Cabelas. First Brady with 2 permit, and his boat mate Dusan with a single permit.

TARPON (Sabalo): Tarpon seemed more active this week with a lot of reports of vicious eats, thrashing jumps and blistering runs. Only a select few could overcome that kind of fight, with Ken grabbing top honors with a nice tarpon over 60 pounds. Chris landed his first and Dave got 2 to the boat. , John added another 2 Silver Kings to the total to round out the action.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, Barracudas, , Jacks (lots of them), barracudas, snappers

GRAND SLAM: No Grand Slam action this week.

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special size 8, crazy Charlie tan, Gotcha

FOR PERMIT - Camo Crab tan, CI Special, Avalon

FOR TARPON - White toad, Black Death, Cockroach

This Week’s Summary:

It was a pleasure to host a large group of Cabelas’ guests who spent 5 nights and four days fishing at the lodge. The group ranged from some first-time salt water anglers to some very experienced anglers. The good weather helped many achieve the goal of a first bonefish and in a couple cases, a first tarpon or first permit.

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.

Fishing photo of the week:


El Pescador guest Ken and a beauty of a Tarpon!

#520169 - 12/21/16 07:45 AM Re: Fishing Report - weekly [Re: Marty]  
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FISHING REPORT

Weeks of December 11th – December 17th, 2016

Weather Conditions: Good weather, with a couple days of clouds, 1 day of off and on rain.

Winds: 5-15 mph out of East, North East

Air Temperature: 80 to 90 degrees with lows between 73 and 80 degrees

Water Temperature: Temp: 80 F. degrees

Barometric Pressure: 1010-1019 mbar

Sunrise: 6:14 am Sunset: 5:16 pm

Moonphase: The full moon was on December 13th

WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING:

BONEFISH (Macabi): Most of our guests were after bonefish this week with scores being landed. They found fish in “muds” where large schools tear up the bottom in search of food creating an area of dirty water. They found fish tailing in shallow water, they found a few big ones that were gathering to spawn in the deeper water. The largest fish was 4 pounds but several boats had more than 20 bonefish in a day.

PERMIT (Palometta): Dan seems to get a permit every time he comes and this week was no exception, another permit picture in his fly-tying room! Harry got his permit as part of his Super slam below. Another frequent guest, Robert, finished out his week with another permit.

TARPON (Sabalo): Faith was the tarpon queen this week with a wild fighting Tasmanian devil and Harry managed to land a mangrove fish to complete his slam effort.

OTHER SPECIES: Snook, Barracudas, Jacks, barracudas, snappers, sharks, groupers

GRAND SLAM: Harry was rewarded with his Super Slam of bone, tarpon, permit AND snook!

FLIES THAT WORKED

FOR BONEFISH - Christmas Island Special size 8, crazy Charlie tan Kwan

FOR PERMIT - Squimp, CI Special, Bauer Crab

FOR TARPON - Green toad, Black Death

This Week’s Summary:

A Nice quiet week before the Christmas rush with only 6 boats heading out daily.

Fish On!
Ed Blank fish@elpescador.com.

Fishing photo of the week:


El Pescador guest Bryan and his Permit

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