December 23, 2017 Río San Juan 1 photo & 1 video
Marlin (Blue)
Marlin (Blue)

Trip Summary

According to our esteemed anglers from Finland, "WE HAD THE TRIP OF A LIFETIME" (video to be shown later). After some hard rains the night before, we had to run five miles offshore to find the clean water, and when we did the wahoo started biting. We weren't high speed trolling specifically for wahoo, but we did get a lot of bites along a sharp color change and weed line. After we put three nice `hood in the boat, we headed offshore to the 1,500 fathom line, one of my favorite marlin spots, and switched over to artificial lures, medium range Moldcraft soft heads, one of my favorite lures. Within two hours of trolling, we raised three marlin, and managed to bring one to the boat. Unfortunately, after many attempts to revive the tail-wrapped marlin, we had to boat the fish. We spent the last hours of the trip, deep-dropping for yellow-eyed snappers and cardinal snappers, some of my favorite eating! All in all it was a productive and fun day, as it every trip aboard "VAMOS" my brand-new sportfishing boat. I strive to give 100% effort to every customer that we have the pleasure to take out fishing. Thanks!
Randy Rode
Rio-san-juan, Dominican Republic
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