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Fellow Anglers:
More great fishing to share with you from several of our destinations:

ECUADOR

Manta

The currents and mixing of water plus bait has brought good marlin action the last few days.

Sept 7, 2016 – several skiffs reported 2 to 5 raises of blue and striped marlin 30 miles West of Manta

Sept 8, 2016 – Mike Huff fishing with Captain Andres Calero on the Miura went 2 for 3 on the blue marlin and lost a striped marlin. The largest blue of the day died tail wrapped and weighed 711#. Mike had related to us that it was his life long dream to catch blue marlin and Manta made it possible.

Sept 9, 2016 – Miura again went out for a “meat fish day” closer to shore. Mike Huff wanted to some fish to bring home so they targeted dorado about 15 miles West of Manta. They raised 9 dorados and caught several to make for some good fresh fish.

Sept 11, 2016 – Atomic went 1 for 2 on blue marlin. Isabela went 1 striped marlin for 4 on marlin of which 3 were striped marlin and 1 blue. Telita went 0/2 on striped marlin.

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Salinas

Sept 8, 2016 – Several skiffs out of reported 3 striped marlin caught on one boat, a blue on another and 1 more striped marlin on a third skiff. Action was West about 22 miles out.

Sept 9, 2016 – Fishing was considerably slower with skiffs reporting one marlin or less.

Sept 10-, 2016 – Don Chuma caught a blue and a striped marlin out of 3 raised. Chola went 1/2 on blue marlin and 1/3 on striped marlin and saw 3 more tailing striped marlin. Chasin Tail raised 9 striped marlin and got 3 bites with none caught. Florimar went 1/2 on striped marlin and 0/1 on blue marlin.

Sept 11, 2016 – Juvenil 0/2 on blues reporting a very large blue lost and saw a striped marlin. Por Fin raised 7 striped marlin and had 3 bites. Maratana went 0/6 on marlin and 3 were blues and 3 were striped marlin.

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San Cristobal Island/Galapagos

Our crews are all local fishermen that work on catching lobsters and catching fish for local fish markets. They have been reporting lots of currents mixing with balls of sardines that we have not seen in over 5 years. Water temperatures have ranger 72 to 74 F the last week making it ideal conditions for striped marlin, tuna and wahoo. Several captains while doing other tourist activities have reported seeing several striped marlin tailing while navigating to tourist sites. We did not have a charter the last few days so we will be reporting on the action on our next report with several charters coming up.

Keep those reels screaming!

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