Fellow anglers Manta-Ecuador continues to show strong with incredible blue and striped marlin fishing, The first week of January has been nothing short of phenomenal! Salinas has shared a good striped marlin bite and some blue marlin. Here is the latest from January 1-7, 2018.
January 1 & 2, 2018– Most sport fishers and pangas were experience raising 0 to 3 blue marlin a day with the fishing being North of Manta mostly out 30 miles.
January 3-4, 2018– Fishing and sea conditions improved with most boats reporting to 1 to 4 raises per day of mainly blue marlin.
January 5, 2018– All hell broke loose as most boat were experiencing 3 to 9 raises of blue marlin and some striped marlin 35 miles West of Manta. Amalita went 3/7 on blue marlin
January 6, 2018– Chola went 2/3 on blue marlin and 1/1 on striped marlin and 2 dorados. Amalita went 1/4 on blue marlin. The pangas reported raising 2 to 5 blue marlin on average and most boats raised at least 1 striped marlin. Isabela went 2/2 on blue marlin.
January 7, 2018– Chola went 2/3 on blue marlin and 1/2 on striped marlin, Amalita 2/4 on blue marlin with the largest fish around 500#
January 6, 2018– Mary Lou fishing with a group from Argentina went 1/3 on striped marlin
January 7, 2018– Mary Lou fishing with the Argentine group caught 2/5 striped marlin
January 8, 2018– Mary Lou reported 2/3 blue marlin with with one estimated around 500#
Folks the Salinas and Manta seasons are in full swing and we still have some date open to fish the best marlin waters in South America. Contact us today to book now only your fishing charter but complete adventure packages to Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, Peru and virtually anywhere in South America!