Common Year Round. Inhabits tropical and subtropical waters near land masses, usually in depths over 6 fathoms. Pelagic and migratory, sailfish usually travel in groups. Current All Tackle Record ? 221 lbs.
Current All Tackle Record – 221 lbs
A highly rated game fish, the black marlin has the power, size, and persistence of which anglers dream.
Current All Tackle Record – 1,560 lbs
Found in tropical and warm temperate waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans, the striped marlin is pelagic and seasonally migratory, moving toward the equator during the cold season and away again during the warm season.
Current All Tackle Record – 494 lbs
Caught Year Round with peak season of June ? October This pelagic and migratory species occurs in tropical and warm temperate oceanic waters. A powerful, aggressive fighter, they run hard and long, sound deep, and leap high into the air in a seemingly inexhaustible display of strength.
Current All Tackle Record – 1,376 lbs
Available year round. Great for instant ceviche on the boat! Found worldwide in tropical and warm temperate seas, the dolphinfish is pelagic, schooling, and migratory.
Current All Tackle Record – 87 lbs
Available Year Round. Occurs worldwide in deep, warm temperate oceanic waters. It is both pelagic and seasonally migratory, but has been known to come fairly close to shore. It is highly esteemed both as a sport fish and as table fare. Ready to eat right away sashimi style with soy sauce and wasabi.
Current All Tackle Record – 405 lbs
Some of the largest Snook I have ever seen have been caught inshore and close to Marina Pez Vela. A fun and delicious catch!
Current All Tackle Record – 53 lbs
Not as common as most species, but caught every once and a while. Found worldwide in tropical and warm temperate seas, Pelagic and seasonally migratory. There are indications of seasonal concentrations off the Pacific coasts of Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Baja California in the summer months.
Current All Tackle Record – 184 lbs
An exciting catch available year round, but predominantly in prime fishing months. Occurs in the eastern Pacific Ocean from the Gulf of California to Peru. An in shore species, it is found in the surf, over sandy bottoms, and in moderate depths. When hooked or in pursuit of prey it will raise its dorsal fin like a flag and leap repeatedly.
Current All Tackle Record – 114 lbs
There are over a dozen types of snappers available in our waters. One of the most common is the red snapper. Adults are more plentiful offshore in 60 to 440 ft of water associated with rough, rocky bottoms and wrecks.
Current All Tackle Record – 50 lbs, 4 oz
Many Grouper Species are found just off the coast! When hooked grouper are dogged opponents that must be turned quickly before they retreat to cover.
Current All Tackle Record – 680 lbs