Said Sportfishing – 24'
La Paz waters are known for their extraordinary productivity, especially when it comes to Sailfish and Marlin. If you’re in the mood to go after your next trophy and you need some help to get to that hot bite, Said Sportfishing and Captain Miguel Angel Robles Camacho know exactly where to take you.
Striped and Blue Marlin call these waters home, and Sailfish is so abundant that you can catch it even when you’re fishing nearshore. Billfish are known for being among the best and most acrobatic fighters, so landing one (or several) of them is a true angling adventure.
If you’re not a passionate Billfish hunter, you’ll still have the best time going after bull Mahi Mahi, Yellowfin Tuna, Cubera Snapper, Amberjack, Broomtail Grouper, and much more.
But for the fishing fun to begin, you need a swift and light vessel to take you to the secret fish hideouts. The captain’s boat, and your ride for the day, is a 24’ super panga, equipped with a 140 HP Suzuki engine and perfectly suited for offshore runs. There’s plenty of space for up to 4 fishermen to fight their catch at the same time.
You don’t have to bring your rods and reels, the captain will provide all the necessary fishing gear. Let the captain know if you’d like to use live bait, and he’ll make it happen for a small additional fee. Your guide can also take care of the fishing licenses for you and it will cost around $12.
If you’d like to taste the fruits of your hard work on the rod, your guide will clean and fillet the catch at the end of your trip, so that you don’t have to. You’ll have some drinks on the boat, but you should also bring your own, and don’t forget snacks and lunch to keep you energized.
Said Sportfishing always goes the extra mile to make sure their customers have an unforgettable fishing time. Pair their great service with the bountiful La Paz waters, and you’ve got a winning combo!
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About this listing
Super Panga (Center console) originally built in 2017, and restored in 2019. Powered by a 140HP Suzuki engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.