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The fishing in Guatemala is rapidly heating up - along with the water temperatures and the weather.

After a long, seemingly never-ending wet season this year, the clouds have finally parted and the sun has been shining through for the last few weeks. The much more stable weather pattern has brought with it calm seas and warm water pushing in to as close as 12 miles from the coast. The currents from Mexico have swept along an abundance of bait and the predators are literally on their tails!

We have been seeing excellent concentrations of hungry sailfish consistently from 12-20 miles out in good blue water. There is still some land debris further out that was washed down the rivers in prior months - and that continues to hold large schools of juvenile dorado in the 10-20lb class.

Our boats have been raising high double digits each day in recent days of aggressive billfish, with the fishing only improving as time goes on. Click here to see the latest sea surface conditions in the fishing grounds of Guatemala.

Now is a great time to come down if you can get a few days together - and as an extra incentive, we are offering any 3 day or more trips taken in November and December some stylish and comfortable Greatsailfishing gear to wear while you are down!
We will provide every angler in your party one of our Columbia embroidered fishing shirts and a matching cap to keep the beating sun off your head.

Even better.........if you are able to fly or connect through Fort Lauderdale, SpiritAir are advertising flights for a remarkable $59 each way for travel November 4th - December 15th

Any more excuses ?? Let's go fishing !!!!!

We have also announced what will likely be our last shared fishing trip of the season - an opportunity for individuals to share the cost of a fishing trip to Guatemala in one of the prime fishing periods over the weekend of March 26/27 - all information is here on our shared fishing trip page.
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