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El Pescador Fishing Report 22nd June 2023

The wind has returned but has been refreshing. We are getting our normal tradewinds, making the days feel cooler. It has created enough chop on the water, making it tougher to run across open water, but most of our fishery is still easily accessed. Fishing has remained excellent, the only negative being too few big Tarpon.

Skies have seen a few clouds, but we still had a lot of sun. Some really good Permit have been caught this week. Lots of Tarpon have been hooked and jumped, which is common when Tarpon fishing. Bonefish have been plentiful and grabby when we looked for them.


Sunny with some clouds. Normal trade winds help cool the day.

E/SE 12-18 Mph.

Air Temp
Hi: mid-80s Low: low 80s

Moon Phase
Waning Crescent

Sunrise / Sunset
Sunrise 5:14 am Sunset: 6:29 pm


More than 182 Bonefish were landed, averaging 2 to 3 lbs, several ranging from 3 to 6 lbs.

Seven Permit for the week.

Six Tarpon for the week.

Other Species
Mangrove Snapper, Barracuda, Mutton Snapper, Jack Crevalle, and some Needle Fish.


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