October: Start to the Season

The month of October, which is the start of our peak season, is an epic time for all species; blue marlin, sailfish, stripe marlin, yellowfin tuna, dorado and roosterfish.
With the news that Guatemala will open soon, our phones and emails have started to get busy. The thirst for travel to fish is at an all time high, the same goes for local charters. The local clientele started to fish as relaxed restrictions make things easier to travel to the coast. It’s only the beginning of September and the bite has started to get good, our boats have had double digit releases of sails and shots at blue marlin and dorado.

Stud Guatemalan Blue Marlin

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A New Partnership

Pacific Fins is pleased to announce the partnership with one of the best hook manufacturers on the planet, Eagle Claw. Founded in Denver, Colorado in 1925, the Wright & McGill Co. is solely owned by Lee McGill. They continue to manufacture all of our world famous fishhooks in Denver, Colorado. The only brand of fishhooks “Made In The USA!” They are proud stewards of an 90+ year American legacy and the most recognizable brand name in all of fishing.

Welcome Back!

On Friday, September 18, La Aurora International Airport will be fully operational again, informed the Presidency of Guatemala. Passengers entering national territory must present proof that they do not have Covid-19.

The Director of Civil Aeronautics, Francis Argueta, told the press: “We are ready to open in a safe way. We are ready for economic reactivation through aviation.” 

He explained that passengers who wish to enter and who do not have the Covid-19 test, will be offered to perform it at the Health Center that will be installed in the air terminal, or they will be asked to be in quarantine under the supervision of the Ministry of Public Health. 

Francis Argueta explains the method of taking temperature. 
(Photo: Twitter DGAC)

“The negative Covid-19 test will be required for people who enter Guatemala. As soon as they board a flight to Guatemala, they must present the proof and if they do not have it, they will be give the option to be quarantined”

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