Panamá Amberjack Fishing Charters

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Best Amberjack Fishing Charters in Panamá

Panamá Amberjack Fishing Seasons

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Seasonality

Amberjack fishing in Panamá varies slightly throughout the year. High season is January, March to April and September to December. Low season is February and May to August. There is no closed season.

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Reviews of Fishing in Amberjack Fishing in Panama

3 Dorados and a Spanish Mac.
Luciano A. fished with Panama GEM Charters - 27’ Proline on June 21, 2019
Don't eat the salad in the restaurant if you get your catch cooked, the salad made me sick.
Three day tryp
Maurus L. fished with Gatún Sportfishing Lodge on January 12, 2019
The sun is very hot!! Protect you properly!
Panama Canal Full Day Fishing
Rosalind C. fished with Gatún Sportfishing Lodge on January 8, 2019
Take means of protecting yourself from the sun.
Great Fishing Day with Capt. Daniel & Issac
FishingBooker Member fished with La Familia Fishing Charters – 26' on December 18, 2018
Nice weather in December and very good catches...and Panama is a very nice city with a friendly people.
Full day trip with Captain Daniel & Mate Jack
Freddie C. fished with La Familia Fishing Charters – 26' on June 16, 2018
Be prepared to go way offshore to get to deep water (300’). It took almost 2 hours to get back to the dock. The seas can be rough so prepare for the motion if you are prone. The variety of fish is amazing!
Full day
Douglas B. fished with Gatún Sportfishing Lodge on April 20, 2018
Patience weather dictates everything but trust the excellent guide we had geraldo
Full Day Trip with Captain Issac Miller to Los Perlos
FishingBooker Member fished with La Familia Fishing Charters – 26' on January 21, 2018
Bring your ID, sunscreen and a hat, The charter and captain provides everything else you would need for a wonderful days fishing!
Off shore with Christian and Kenneth
FishingBooker Member fished with Roxy Fishing Club - 28’ Boat on December 28, 2017
The only thing we would do differently would be to fish at the end of the trip, verses the beginning. I say this because we sure got hell not bringing or sending any fish home. Boca Chica is very remote so the possibility of sending it home or making it to a UPS to ship it is impossible. In a perfect world the resort would have a way to deep freeze and then it would be nice to check in a cooler on your way home!

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