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   Tuesday, October 30, 2012  

weather for the better

A little blow last week that has now made it up to the northeast US.   From Capt. James:

"Weather has been really nice lately.   I check the satellite today and that clean water is much closer than it was a week ago.   Ready to go fishing."


posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:05 PM  
March Marlin Madness

If you've got a little time to "wish you were there", check out this link that Hard Core put together of their overnight marlin trip in Costa Rica last March.   For the serious fishermen only, ideally 2 or 3 anglers.  We will do over night or multi-port destinations n the Dragin Fly.

posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 1:45 PM

   Sunday, October 14, 2012  

two sailfish and 3 nice yellowfin tuna yesterday, everyone got a fish and PLENTY of tuna for dinner, sushi, breakfast, lunch tomorrow and the rest of the village. 
posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:11 PM

   Tuesday, October 9, 2012  
Hauling Out

The Dragin Fly will be hauling out for annual minor maintenance and painting.  We're getting ready for the peak season, although the fishing is red hot right now.

We will be back in the water and running charters beginning Oct. 20.  Remaining October openings are:
Oct. 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31.  If we are booked, we will be glad to help find another boat.

posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 2:19 PM

   Monday, October 8, 2012  
The big tree

We find that same big tree again today and raised 2 blue marlin  jump one off on a live bonito after almost spool us on a 50,  then raised one more but did not eat any baits catch 5 for 13 on the sailfish.   their were so many mahi around that tree,  I,m not  even sure how many we catch.  Quit fishing @ 1:30 PM everyone of our angler was tired "

---Capt. James. 
posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:26 AM  
Good October fishing continues

Raised 12 today, caught 6 sails and 3 big mahi.
posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:24 AM

   Saturday, October 6, 2012  
Excellent October

We was 2 for five with blue marlin today and 1 for four on the sailfish,  we found an old log floating and there were hundreds of mahi mahi around it.  I'm not sure but I think we catch about 15 or 20 that averaged 25 to 30 lbs.   All you wanted to catch 
posted by Capt. George Beckwith at 7:12 AM




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