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El Pescador Fishing Report 10th March 2022

Sunny and partly sunny days have brought in warmer temperatures in the low 80s. Winds regularly shift from the East to North East  Bonefish numbers are plentiful (200+), Tarpon, Permit, and Snook are being caught along with large schools of 500 plus Jack Crevalle that cruise the early morning shorelines are being seen and caught.


Sunny and partly sunny conditions during the middle of most days. Wind conditions from the east have been blowing steady at 20 knots.

E and NE 15/24 – 20/32 Mph/Kph. Gusting to 25/40 Mph/Kph

Air Temp
Ranging from low 70s in the evening to low 80s during the day.

Moon Phase
Waxing Crescent moving to a new full moon March 18.

Sunrise / Sunset
Sunrise 6:06 am Sunset: 5:59 pm


Good numbers of Bonefish (200+) were landed, averaging 2/3 lbs, larger bones 3/5 lbs in the lagoons.

10 Permit landed this week.

14 Tarpon landed with one going about 100 lbs.

Other Species
Large schools of Jack Crevalle had reels zinging and there was some nice Snook action as well.

Grand Slams
Chris and Kelly both landed grand slams on the same day on the same boat with Capt Cesar, separately Kelly also landed a 100 lb Tarpon!

Flies That Worked

Christmas Island Specials in gold, pearl and pink sizes and Crazy Charlies in pink and orange. Sizes 4, 6 & 8.

Mantis shrimp, Casa Blanca Raghead w Yellow Eyes, Bauer, Merkin, Alphlexo and Strong Arm Crabs. Sizes 4 & 6.

White Tarpon bunnies, chartreuse and black-purple Tarpon Toads in sizes 2/0 and 3/0.


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