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 Aug 1, 2004; 09:19AM - Slow Summer
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  bajafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
Talk about summer doldrums, the only boats getting out this week were the locals that seemed more interested in cooling of than fishing. Tuna and dorado produced the best action with a sailfish only showing up in the pattern occasionally.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-82
Humidity 79 %
Wind 7 mph from the WSW
Conditions T Storms
Visibility 7 miles
Sunrise 5:47 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:31 p.m. CST
Aug 7 Last Quarter, August 15 New, August 23 First Quarter, August 29, Full,
Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.

 Jul 17, 2004; 06:11PM - Summer Doldrums
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  bajafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
IN GENERAL: Typical summer action with few clients venturing out. Plenty of action for smaller tuna and dorado. Sailfish were a bit tougher to find for the few boats heading out.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-82
Humidity 84 %
Wind SE 8 mph
Conditions Scattered Clouds
Visibility 7 miles
Sunrise 5:43 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:35 p.m. CST
July 17 New, July 27 First Quarter, July 31, Full, Aug 9 Last Quarter
Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.
 Jul 10, 2004; 01:07PM - Yellowfin or Dorado Anyone
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  bajafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
IN GENERAL: Several boats ventured out last week, and they were after the abundant tuna. They ended up with lots of yellowfin tuna and even more dorado. The blue water is back and has moved in close with the run being about 12-15 miles. The weather has been nice with cloudy conditions, but no rain.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 78-82
Humidity 84 %
Wind 5 mph from the East
T-Storms
Visibility 7 miles
Sunrise 5:41 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:35 p.m. CST
July 17 New, July 27 First Quarter, July 31, Full, Aug 9 Last Quarter
Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.

 Jul 9, 2004; 10:23PM - July 6th. Fishing Report
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: Guatemala Pacific Fishing Conditions
Pacific Coast sport-fishing report
Week ending July 6th

Boats still need to travel out at least 35+ miles before coming across some patches of green water. These conditions are improving with boats returning with 1 to 3 sails and 10 to 20 dorado and tuna for those who travel out 50 plus miles.. Captains are reporting clear days with mild seas which get a little choppy in the afternoons. We had four charters out yesterday with the best boat getting 9 large dorado, 12 nice yellow-fin tuna with one sail that got away. The group stated that they could have gotten more but their arms got tired. Tropical climate (warm – continued into the evenings).

Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-85
Humidity 85-90%
Wind Calm.
Conditions Chance of T-storms
Visibility 14 miles
Sunrise 5:34 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:27 p.m. CST





 Jul 3, 2004; 07:22PM - Rainy Season Arrives
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  guatemalafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
IN GENERAL: For the last couple of weeks there have been very few boats out. The weather the last week has been nice with no rain during the day, and good overall conditions. The water condition close to shore has not been cooperating, so the runs to the fish have been long. The big news for the week is that 4 boats went out 45-50 miles and got into the tuna in a big way, reporting more than 220 hook-ups that were larger than the average the football-size tuna we normally see.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-84
Humidity 89 %
Wind 12 mph from the North
Scattered Clouds
Visibility 7 miles
Sunrise 5:39 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:35 p.m. CST
July 9 Last Quarter, July 17 New, July 27 First Quarter, July 31, Full
Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.

 Jul 1, 2004; 01:07PM - Guatemala Current Conditions
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Click here to enlarge Report Description: Current Guatemala Fishing Conditions
Pacific Coast sport-fishing report
eek ending June 27th

The start of the rainy season as been severe and has caused green water out to 35+ miles; however, conditions are improving with boats returning with 5
to 7 sails and 15 to 30 dorado. Also, the boats are coming in with 15 to 25, 12lb class yellow-fin tunas.
Captains are reporting clear days with mild seas.Tropical climate (warm – continued into the evenings).


Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-85
Humidity 85-90%
Wind Calm.
Conditions Chance of T-storms
Visibility 14 miles
Sunrise 5:34 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:27 p.m. CST

June 9 Last Quarter, June 17 New, June 27 First Quarter July 2, Full,


The Boat of the Month

Tranquility, 31' Bertram
Updated: November 27, 2003
Crew:
Captain: José Mauricio Serrano with 6 years
experience.
Mates:
Awards: This boat has been out of the water for the last 2 years. A few months ago it was returned to the
water and its crew has already begun winning dates of local and national championships.

Standard fishing equipment:
For Sail fishing: 4 Shimano rods mated to Shimano two speed TLD # 20 reels with 20 lb line.

For Marlin: 1 Tournament Graphite rod mated to a Penn International II # 80 reel with 80 lb line.

Spinning reels: None.
Fly-fishing equipment: None.

Outriggers: 2 outriggers mated to Penn International # 50TW reel with 200 lb line.
Fighting chair: No

The bait for Sailfish and Marlin is Ballyhoo (sometimes mackerel for marlin) and the hooks used are
# 7 circle hooks.

Engines: Twin 330 hp. Cummings Marine turbo-diesels.
It is equipped with: 1 fish finder, 1 GPS, 2 VHF radios, 1 compass, CD player, and head with freshwater shower.

Food and drinks on board:
Drinks: Beer, soft drinks (assortment) and bottled water (one case each). Will supply wine upon request.
An icebox is included with: fresh fruit (papaya, pineapple, watermelon, melon, etc., depending on the
season), lunch and snack items (for making sandwiches, ceviche and sashimi).
Snacks: An assortment of chips.

Check out our new Sailfish Villa Pacifico offerings with the Tranquility. Guatemala Sportfishing at it's best!




 Jun 30, 2004; 05:26PM - Red Hot for Yellow-fin Tuna
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  The Great Sailfishing Company
 Author E-mail:  greatsailfishing@yahoo.com
Report Description: Flash, today June 30th, Red hot for Yellow-fin Tuna.
Boats coming in early with between 40 to 80 yellow-fin
tuna. The high boat was the boat of marina owner
Fernando Aguilar 35 Cabo with 120 tuna, that's right
120!!!



Current Guatemala Pacific Coast Fishing Conditions
Pacific Coast sport-fishing report
Week ending June 27th

The start of the rainy season as been severe and has
caused green water out to 35+ miles;however,
conditions are improving with boats returning with 3
to 5 sails and 10 to 20 dorado plus about 20
yellow-fin tuna. Captains are reporting clear days
with choppy seas. Tropical climate (warm – continued
into the evenings).

Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-85
Humidity 85-90%
Wind Calm.
Conditions Chance of T-storms
Visibility 14 miles
Sunrise 5:34 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:27 p.m. CST

June 9 Last Quarter, June 17 New, June 27 First
Quarter July 2, Full,


The Boat of the Month

Tranquility, 31' Bertram
Updated: November 27, 2003
Crew:
Captain: José Mauricio Serrano with 6 years
experience.
Mates:
Awards: This boat has been out of the water for the
last 2 years. A few months ago it was returned to the
water and its crew has already begun winning dates of
local and national championships.

Standard fishing equipment:
For Sail fishing: 4 Shimano rods mated to Shimano two
speed TLD # 20 reels with 20 lb line.

For Marlin: 1 Tournament Graphite rod mated to a Penn
International II # 80 reel with 80 lb line.

Spinning reels: None.
Fly-fishing equipment: None.

Outriggers: 2 outriggers mated to Penn International
# 50TW reel with 200 lb line.
Fighting chair: No

The bait for Sailfish and Marlin is Ballyhoo
(sometimes mackerel for marlin) and the hooks used are
# 7 circle hooks.

Engines: Twin 330 hp. Cummings Marine turbo-diesels.
It is equipped with: 1 fish finder, 1 GPS, 2 VHF
radios, 1 compass, CD player, and head with freshwater
shower.

Food and drinks on board:
Drinks: Beer, soft drinks (assortment) and bottled
water (one case each). Will supply wine upon request.
An icebox is included with: fresh fruit (papaya,
pineapple, watermelon, melon, etc., depending on the
season), lunch and snack items (for making sandwiches,
ceviche and sashimi).
Snacks: An assortment of chips.

Check out our new Sailfish Villas offerings with the
Tranquility. Guatemala Sportfishing at it's best!



 Jun 26, 2004; 02:09PM - Pretty Quiet This Week
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  bajafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
IN GENERAL: With few boats venturing out this week because of a lack of clients it is hard to access conditions. The locals reported good action for sails less than an hour from the marina.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-86
Humidity 89 %
Wind Calm
Scattered Clouds
Visibility 6 miles
Sunrise 6:37 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:34 p.m. CST
July 2, Full, July 9 Last Quarter, July 17 New, July 27 First Quarter
Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.

 Jun 19, 2004; 07:13PM - Sailfish No Clients
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  bajafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
IN GENERAL: Historically, few clients come down this way this time of year. The locals always enjoy this time of year when they virtually have some great sailfish action all to themselves. Inshore this is a great time of year to explore beaches and esteros and see what turns up.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 82-86
Humidity 66 %
Wind 5 mph from the WSW
Conditions Chance of T-storms
Visibility 5 miles
Sunrise 6:36 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:33 p.m. CST

June 27 First Quarter July 2, Full, July 9 Last Quarter, July 17 New,
Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.

 Jun 12, 2004; 02:14PM - T-Storms and Sails
 Category:  Guatemala Sport Fishing
 Author Name:  Gary Graham
 Author E-mail:  bajafly@bajafly.com
Report Description: SAN JOSE, GUATEMALA
IN GENERAL: Typical summer conditions with thunder showers the norm. Most of the boats remained at the dock with the crews sharing stories of yesterday’s exploits and tomorrow’s hopes. The fishing remained the same with few if any clients to take advantage of the extraordinary sailfishing just a few miles offshore.
Water Temperature 79-85
Air Temperature 80-82
Humidity 94 %
Wind Calm.
Conditions Chance of T-storms
Visibility 14 miles
Sunrise 6:35 a.m. CST
Sunset 6:31 p.m. CST

June 17 New, June 27 First Quarter July 2, Full, July 9 Last Quarter

Baja on the Fly's Guatemala report by Brian Barragy and Lissa M. McFarlin.

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