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Marlin, Tuna and Swordfish Fishing Reports!

December 2-5, 2017

Fishing continues to be good in most destinations out of Ecuador for the past week. The Galapagos Islands have experienced some unusually rough seas for December but the tuna, wahoo & grouper bite has excelled.

Ecuador

Manta:

December 1, 2017– Our good friend and angler JR Martin chartered a 29 ft sportfisher accompanied by a mothership to provide fuel and supplies and fished a bank almost 95 miles West of Manta. Arriving close to mid day our good friend reported immediate action as soon as teasers were in the water. They raised 8 striped marlin on the Northside of the bank within 2 hours of fishing and released 5. By 3:40 pm they hooked into an estimated 900 blue marlin which they fought until night before loosing it just feet from the leader. Sea conditions were a bit choppy making it hard to maneuver at night.

December 2, 2017– JR had lines in the water by 6:10 am and was hooked up by 6:30 on a double of striped marlin. As the day played out they went 2/5 on blue marlin and 3/9 on striped marlin. By 1 pm it was time to start heading back for port.

Salinas

December 2, 2017– Mary Lou reported with guest from Argentina going 0/5 on blue marlin and 1/3 on striped marlin plus seeing 5 more tailing striped marlin.

Galapagos Islands

San Cristobal Island

Dec 5, 2017– Seas were very rough for this time of the year with 4 to 5 foot chops. Ecuagringo guest from Poland fished for tuna, almaco jacks and grouper onboard the On The Hook and had an action packed day.

Folks there are more reports to come as the fishing continues in all our destinations. We still have some dates available for prime months in Galapagos but they will not last. Contact us today to book your next vacation and fishing adventure of a lifetime.

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