This week at El Pescador was filled with excitement and sunny skies, leading to some exceptional Bonefish catches both in size and abundance. The Permit, elusive as ever, made a welcome appearance after playing hide and seek behind the clouds for some time.
Our anglers experienced consistent success with Tarpon, mirroring last week’s catch numbers, but with a thrilling increase in sight casting opportunities and the landing of some notably larger specimens.
We extend a hearty congratulations to John and Brent, who both achieved the coveted Grand Slam this week—a remarkable feat indeed! Additionally, the Snook proved to be the unsung heroes, with numerous anglers setting personal records in both size and catch numbers.
In summary, it was a week that will be remembered for its superb catches and the special moments that make El Pescador the premier destination for fly fishing enthusiasts.
4-16 Mph, mostly from the north.
Hi: low 80s Low: high 70s
Full Moon November 27
Sunrise / Sunset:
Sunrise 5:59 am Sunset: 5:14 pm
WHAT GUESTS WERE CATCHING
More than 264 Bonefish werelanded averaging 2 to 3 lbs, several ranging 3 to 5 lbs
Seven for the week.
12 Tarpon landed.
24 Snook plus some Mangrove Snapper, Barracuda, Mutton Snapper, JackCrevalle
Two. John and Brent both had Grand Slams this week. Congratulations to both of them!
If you would like to learn more about the stunning El Pescador Lodge, make sure you take a look at our tour page for all dates, pricing and availability. If you have any questions regarding any of our other saltwater fly fishing destinations, contact Peter Collingsworth on 01603 407596 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.