Pictures credit: Nicolas Schiess
If you are wondering what is happening in the Galapagos now that it is the off-season; well we still have some big striped marlin around. Many fish reported 200 too 300# range. Warm waters are still pushing around Northern parts of Galapagos which could bring blue and black marlin for those who look for them. Manta, Ecuador is delivering a solid July with big blue marlin and good numbers. Follow the Ecuagringo Fishing Team as they head to photograph and video the action in the Galapagos Islands next week.
Santa Cruz Island:
July 7, 2018– Captain Nic Schiess onboard Tesoro Galapagos fished 0-30 Bank. They raised 2 striped marlin and released 1 around 200#
July 8, 2018– Again Captain Schiess fished on Tesoro Galapagos on 0-30 Bank. They raised 5 striped marlin and released 2 with one estimated close to 300#.
July 7, 2018– Telita went 1/2 on blue marlin. Golfito 1/3 on blue marlin and reported loosing a fish estimated over 600#. Black Pearl 1/2 on blue marlin. Panga Mazinger went 1/2 on blue marlin and reported a black marlin that they boated weighed 872#. Panga Don Teofilo went 0/3 on blue marlin.
Folks what are you waiting for to book a year round warm destination that is Ecuador or the Galapagos Islands. Plenty of fishing and action. Remember we have some of the wildest and coolest family tours in safe low crime destinations. The 2019 Galapagos prime season almost 80% gone with best boats and crews! Don’t be left out of the action.