GUATEMALA FISHING VACATION GUATEMALA

SPORTFISHING AND FLY FISHING

GUATEMALA
SPORTFISHING CALENDAR

When to go fishing for what in Guatemala
























While the peak season for offshore and bluewater fishing in Guatemala is February and March, this is mainly because these are the months when cabin fever reaches its apex in North America and Canada – and so when most groups feel most driven to escape the cold and come down to the (sub)tropics for a respite from the bitter cold.


The main sailfish season runs from November until about May, as this is when the consistently calm seas and moderate currents allow huge schools of baitfish to congregate and concentrate in the “pocket” offshore between six and twenty-five miles.

The “shoulders” of this season – so November/December and again in March/April tend to be when we see the best and most consistent marlin bite (predominantly Blue marlin, but also catching blacks at times). Of course there is variation around these generalities – in fact the marlin bite does seem to be improving each year for the last several years – for the most recent season 2008/9, there was hardly a day went by when the fleet did not catch at least one good sized marlin, and typical days most boats would raise at least one marlin
For more information or questions contact us
International:
1-336 655 0541

Guatemala:
Office: 00(502) 7934-62-20
Cell: 5966-4528 or 4065-1179

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written by Kevin Styles www.Greatsailfishing.com
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