Late March Fishing Report - EL RIO NEGRO
March 25, 2015 Veraguas 10 photos

Trip Summary

Still dealing with wicked weather here on the Tuna Coast. On most days the wind has been cranked up coming from the north, then by the afternoon it would switch coming from the south. The water temperature moved back up a tad from 76 to 80. If you’re into surfing there was a nice 6-8ft south swell rolling through. The Coinuja (blue runners) were less abundant than the previous 2 weeks when the temperature was lower. Most of the days we hugged the shore along Punta Mariato which was loaded with football size yellowfin tuna. The larger caliber tuna were found about 8 miles offshore but dealing with the chop made throwing the popper a challenge. We still managed to grab a few nice ones. The inshore scene was average with the assorted Sierra, Pargo and Jack Crevalle. Captain Ahah and Team
Lauren Livingston
Veraguas, Panama
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