Who say’s fishing is not great in the offseason?

Sailfish, marlin, dorado and yellowfin tuna are the most common offshore species in Guatemala. But make no mistake, this is the best sailfishing spot in the world! On average you can experience 15 to 20+ bites a day. And during the peak season, from October through May, 40 or more bites a day is not uncommon.
So, what about June and July? June is the start of what we call the offseason. That is the transitional period from dry to wet season. But is it really a wet one as some say? I say it’s just like Summer here in the states. Pockets of rain and sunshine. Plus, a great advantage of fishing during June and July that is less crowded and… you can save money with our summer specials – hint, hint.
For several years now, we have been seeing some incredible fishing during these months. Is it a fluke? Let the numbers below be the judge of that.

  • June 6th: Chechos – 11 sailfish raises, 10 bites and 7 releases. 8 dorado and 1 marlin raise.
  • June 8th: Maverick – 10 rooster raises raises, 7 bites and 5 releases.1 red snapper and 5 mackerel.
  • June 9th: Chechos – 8 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 5 releases. 3 dorados.
  • June 11th: Chechos – 9 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 5 releases. 5 dorado.
  • June 11th: Maverick – 9 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 7 releases. 4 dorados.
  • June 11th: Knotwork – 3 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases. 11 dorado.
  • June 14th: Gypsy – 22 sailfish raises, 17 bites and 15 releases. 1 dorado.
  • June 19th: Knotwork – 12 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 8 releases.
  • June 24th: Knotwork – 22 sailfish raises, 22 bites and 13 releases. 3 dorados. 1 blue marlin raise.
  • June 25th: Knotwork – 30 sailfish raises, 30 bites and 15 releases.
  • June 27th: Knotwork – 22 rooster raises, 22 bites and 17 releases.1 marlin release, est. 400lbs.
  • July 4th: Maverick – 34 sailfish raises, 27 bites and 17 releases (conventional). 2 for 3 on Fly and 1 dorado.
  • July 6th: Maverick – 13 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 7 releases. 2 dorados.
  • July 6th (Half day Charter): Knotwork – 4 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 3 releases. 2 dorados.
  • July 7th: Maverick – 22 sailfish raises, 12 bites and 4 releases. 1 blue marlin release, est. 200lbs.
  • July 8th: Maverick – 9 sailfish raises, 6 bites and 1 releases. 15 yellowfin tunas (conventional) and 1 yellowfin on Fly.
  • July 8th: Chechos – 9 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 5 releases. 1 striped marlin release, est. 150lbs.
  • July 9th: Chechos – 7 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 4 releases. 1 ble marlin release, est. 350lbs. 7 yellowfin tunas.
  • July 10th: Chechos – 5 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 4 releases. 3 yellowfin tuna and 1 blue marlin raise.
  • July 11th: Gypsy – 9 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 4 releases. 7 dorados.
  • July 12th: Maverick – 10 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 6 releases. 2 for 3 on blue marlin, est. 250lbs.
  • July 12th: Gypsy – 12 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 6 releases. 1 dorado.
  • July 13th: Gypsy – 12 sailfish raises, 10 bites and 9 releases. 1 dorado and 1 roosterfish.

Guatemala Billfish Invitational: A must attend event!

The Billfish Invitational is Back! And with such high anticipation of many anglers, it’s shaping up to be the best one yet. Pacific Fins Ambassadors joining us are; Uncharted Waters – Peter Miller, Unfathomed – George Gozdz, and Into the Blue’s – Scott Walker. We will also name several celebs that will be joining us as in the coming weeks.
The 6th Annual Guatemala Billfish Invitational will take place December 9th – 13th, 2021, at our beautiful Pacific Fins Resort. Well-known anglers from across the globe will compete in this exciting three-day fishing event while raising money to support the Billfish Conservation Project.

This tournament provides a fun twist for participating teams. A daily Calcutta will be on the table for those that want to make things interesting. Teams will have the chance to win daily prizes and battle it out for the ultimate prize (Kingsailfish Mount Trophy). It’s also a unique opportunity to fish the most prolific billfish destination on the planet during prime time, while you network with fellow anglers, celebrity guests, and potentially earn bragging rights for the next 12 months!

The tournament will kick off on December 9th at the resort with the professional chefs creating a full-on feast for the check-in and opening party. Fishing dates are December 10th, 11th and 12th, with an award’s ceremony taking place the night of the 12th. Guests will depart on December 13th.

The tournament package includes three days of fishing, four nights of lodging, double occupancy, daily laundry service, a la carte meals, beverages, transportation to and form the airport and three days of fishing.
When fishing with Pacific Fins you can expect all of the tackle and gear to be top-notch and the crews to be on their game. Each day of fishing also includes snacks, fruit, lunch and beverages.

Pacific Fins Ambassador and Unfathomed host, Captain George Gozdz, filmed the 5th annual Guatemala Billfish Invitational in 2020. If you want to see part of the excitement that takes place during this time, check out the YouTube video below.

May Recipe: Sailfish, Blue Marlin, Dorado, Tuna, Roosterfish, & Cubera

The month of May produced some great fishing. One of the many highlights was to witness our friend and Pacific Fins Ambassador, Captain George Gozdz releasing his first blue marlin – after 48 years. How about Maverick having a banner day; 65 sailfish raises, 55 bites, 32 releases and 4 dorados! How about Gypsy with an inshore day; 32 Rooster fish raises, 23 bites and 12 releases.
Marlin activity started to become a norm and it will continue through the summer months. The supporting cast: dorado and yellowfin tuna have been plentiful. Don’t expect for yellowfin tuna and BIG dorado to disappear anytime soon. They will be here waiting for you! This folks is why people travel to Guatemala.
With Summer around the corner and the subject of COVID becoming smaller in the rear view mirror, many started to plan their family vacation.
So, whether is for summer or the upcoming season, we highly suggest you book soon. More and more people have started to reserve into the months ahead and you don’t want to miss out on an experience of a lifetime. Live the Pacific Fins Experience!

Visit from Peter Miller

It’s always a pleasure to have Peter Miller at Pacific Fins. We want to THANK him for returning to one of his favorite places and film a show.
This time Peter was accompanied with his girlfriend, Alessia Andrade. They got to experience great fishing and one of the highlights was having Alessia catch her first Pacific Sailfish. I’m not going to ruin the surprise, you’ll have to tune in to Discovery Channel this weekend and see for yourself all the action.
Discovery Channel: Saturday, June 12th, 7:30AM and Saturday, June 19th, 7:30AM

The inaugural Unfathomed hosted trip with George Gozdz was a homerun!

“This was a lifetime trip for me!!! Was able to check two fish off my bucket list. Thank you Ozzy Delgado and George Gozdz. It was truly amazing from the resort to the staff and food to the awesome captains and mates. Will definitely be back for another trip. Thank you!” – Tom Kanatzar.


I can say, everyone echoed what Tommy said. The first Unfathomed hosted trip with George Gozdz was a homerun in many ways.
First on the agenda after we landed in Guatemala, a quick tour of Antigua. A stop at the Casa de Ron (House of Rum) is a must when visiting the town. We all had the opportunity to taste Guatemala’s rum of choice, Zacapa Rum. After our power lunch at the Rum House, we ventured into the streets of Antigua so that everyone can witness first hand old ruins, hotels, restaurants, stores, and a collection of ancient Mayan sculptures and other artifacts.
After our Antigua fix, on our drive to Pacific Fins, we would see more diversity in the landscape. Vivid colors, lush vegetation, volcanoes rising into the sky, and a mix of Mayan and colonial influences in the architecture that gave everyone the sense of the cultural and ecological richness of Guatemala. Once we arrived at Pacific Fins, it was all about making memories.

The goodie bags that were given to all the guests

Built in the 17th century, Santa Catalina Arch is one of the distinguishable landmarks in Antigua Guatemala.

A must…. a stop at Casa del Ron (House of Rum) in Antigua. Nothing gets you started than with an old fashioned drink with Zacapa Rum.

“There is no denying that Guatemala is one of my favorite destinations in the world. I have grown to love it so much that I keep on coming back for more. Pacific Fins has become a home away from home. The incredible people; Niels Erichsen, Ozzy Delgado, Joel Lima, Captains, mates, and the entire staff. And let’s not forget the food, the location, and of course… the fishing!” – George Gozdz
We want congratulate George Gozdz for a job well done, and by organizing a remarkable trip with amazing people. For him to finally release his first blue marlin. A fish that eluded him for 48 years, came to fruition at the place he loves so much (picture above) is priceless. From all of us George, CONGRATS!


George was not the only one to make history, a lot of guests made their own history by releasing their first bucket list fish too. A trip all won’t forget.
This last trip booked in record time and with a high demand for more. We want to announce the date for the second Unfathomed hosted trip.


This is an all-inclusive adventure with 5 nights and 3 full days of offshore/inshore fishing. November 6th – November 11th, 2021. In addition to Pacific Fins, we have added a night stay/sightseeing in the old capital city of Antigua on the day we arrive. We will be lodging at one of the best hotels in town, Casa Santo Domingo.

Price: $3499 pp (includes night in Casa Santo Domingo)


Due to limited space and demand, we highly recommend to book fast! Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on one heck of a time.
For more info, you can contact us at: 888-431-5556 / 772-284-5922 or [email protected] / [email protected]

A Trip to Remember

“Hello Ozzy,
The experience at Pacific Fin’s was beyond my expectations. You really have something amazing there. The fishing , your staff and the crew on Knot Work were the best. An unforgettable trip. The fishing was amazing, 70 sails day one, WOW”. – Thanks for an amazing trip, Harry Aguero.


A highly anticipated trip, which began planning in March 2019, five Cuban-Americans set a fishing trip for August 2019. Unfortunately, that trip was postponed last minute due to a hurricane heading towards Miami and then again in April 2020 due to Covid travel restrictions.


Talk about bad luck… but as they say… third time is the charm and it was worth the wait!
We have to THANK Ralph, Harry, Robert, Joel, and Mandy for doing a very nice thing for Pacific Fins. They got together and created a website about their trip to Guatemala. Check out their website which highlights all of their experience from day one – plus… they have some great videos.

Website: Pacific Fins Guatemala Trip

The Catching Continues…

The term… fishing not catching, does not pertain to Guatemala. Catching is the norm here and this past April was a good one. Yes, there were days better than others, but overall we saw lots of fish.
A lot of our guests opted to catch their share of meat fish (dorado and yellowfin tuna) after they caught plenty of sails on their first day of fishing. Other guests also stayed close to shore to go after an exotic fish they never caught, rooster fish.
As we get closer to Summer, dorado and yellowfin tuna will still be very popular and you’ll start to see more blue marlin in the spread.
Thinking of something special for Dad this Father’s Day? how about a trip to Guatemala? he will be very happy you did!

FISHING REPORT

  • April 16th: Mavercik – 22 sailfish raises, 19 bites and 16 releases.
  • April 17th: Maverick – 11 sailfish raises, 10 bites and 8 releases.
  • April 18th: Knotwork – 2 sailfish raises, 1 bites and 1 release. 5 Yellowfin tuna.
  • April 18th: Chechos – 3 sailfish raises, 2 bites and 1 release. 3 yellowfin tuna.
  • April 19th: Maverick – 5 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 3 releases.
  • April 20th: Knotwork – 20 sailfish raises, 16 bites and 12 releases. 2 dorado.
  • April 21st: Knotwork – 8 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 7 releases. 2 dorados.
  • April 21st: Maverick – 8 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 4 releases. 1 dorado.
  • April 22nd: Knotwork – 6 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 2 releases. 3 dorados.
  • April 22nd: Maverick – 1 sailfish raises, 1 bites and 1 releases.1 for 3 on roosterfish. 6 dorado.
  • April 23rd: Gypsy – 14 sailfish raises, 11 bites and 6 releases. 3 dorado.
  • April 23rd: Knotwork – 5 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 3 releases.
  • April 23rd: Mavercik – 9 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 4 releases. 1 dorado (40lbs).
  • April 24th: Gypsy – 9 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 3 releases. 1 dorado.
  • April 24th: Knotwork – 35 sailfish raises, 30 bites and 20 releases.
  • April 24th: Maverick – 30 sailfish raises, 27 bites and 15 releases.
  • April 25th: Knotwork – 3 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases.
  • April 26th: Maverick – 23 sailfish raises, 20 bites and 14 releases. 6 dorados.
  • April 26th: Knotwork – 18 sailfish raises, 15 bites and 10 releases. 3 yellowfin tunas.
  • April 30th: Gypsy – 11 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 5 releases. 9 dorados.

The sails are Back!

No more roller coaster rides! For a couple of weeks, the fishing was like visiting an amusement park – up and down, up and down. I’m happy to say, our fishery has gained back the status of “Sailfish Capital of the World”.
For a while there, we were scratching our heads on what was going on. On the positive side, when the sailfishing was not up to par, a mixed bag of yellowfin tuna and BIG dorado made up for slow time. What better way to release a few sails and still catch sushi grade tuna and dorado.
Overall, the numbers on our fishing report illustrates how April started. Dorado and yellowfin tuna are still there and we expect it to last through the summer.
If you are planning a trip in the near future, I highly suggest to book soon. More and more people have started to look into the months ahead and you don’t want to miss out on an adventure of a lifetime. Live the Pacific Fins Experience!

FISHING REPORT:

  • April 1st: Gypsy – 4 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 4 releases.
  • April 1st: Knotwork – 7 sailfish raises, 6 bites and 3 releases.
  • April 2nd: Chechos – 20 sailfish raises, 17 bites and 13 releases. 2 Yellowfin tuna, 2 dorado.
  • April 2nd: Maverick (Flyfishing) – 31 sailfish raises, 11 bites and 4 releases.
  • April 3rd: Maverick (Flyfishing) – 11 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 2 releases.
  • April 3rd: Chechos – 12 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 7 releases.
  • April 3rd: Gypsy – 15 sailfish raises, 12 bites and 8 releases. 2 dorados.
  • April 4th: Knotwork – 14 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 6 releases. 1 dorado.
  • April 5th: Maverick (Flyfishing) – 6 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 1 releases.
  • April 8th: Maverick – 6 sailfish raises, 6 bites and 5 releases.5 yellowfin tuna.
  • April 9th: Gypsy – 22 sailfish raises, 14 bites and 12 releases.
  • April 9th: Sirena – 28 sailfish raises, 25 bites and 17 releases.
  • April 9th: Knotwork – 30 sailfish raises, 25 bites and 17 releases. 1 dorado (40lbs).
  • April 9th: Maverick – 18 sailfish raises, 13 bites and 8 releases.
  • April 9th: Chechos – 23 sailfish raises, 13 bites and 7 releases.
  • April 10th: Gypsy – 25 sailfish raises, 16 bites and 8 releases. 1 for 4 on Fly.
  • April 10th: Knotwork – 32 sailfish raises, 28 bites and 24 releases.
  • April 10th: Chechos – 20 sailfish raises, 6 bites and 4 releases.
  • April 10th: Maverick – 28 sailfish raises, 25 bites and 18 releases.
  • April 10th: Knotwork – 30 sailfish raises, 24 bites and 18 releases. 1 dorado (35lbs).
  • April 11th: Chechos – 24 sailfish raises, 18 bites and 8 releases.
  • April 11th: Maverick (Flyfishing) – 18 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 1 releases.
  • April 11th: Knotwork – 6 sailfish raises, 4 bites, 1 release (Flyfishing). 9 sailfish raises, 7 bites, 6 releases (Conventional).
  • April 11th: Gypsy: 28 sailfish raises, 19 bites, 11 releases.
  • April 12th: Knotwork: 14 sailfish raises, 13 bites, 7 releases. 1 dorado and 2 yellowfin tuna.
  • April 12th: Chechos: 10 sailfish raises, 6 bites, 6 releases.
  • April 13th: Chechos: 25 sailfish raises, 22 bites, 15 releases.
  • April 13th: Knotwork: 22 sailfish raises, 18 bites, 9 releases.
  • April 14th: Chechos: 19 sailfish raises, 18 bites, 11 releases. 2 dorado.
  • April 16th: Chechos: 17 sailfish raises, 15 bites, 8 releases. 1 blue marlin (est. 250lbs).

THANK YOU!

Since the start of the global pandemic last year, the travel industry has been turned upside down. And although we don’t know exactly when we will get back to normal, we know that we can’t do it without you.
Today we’d like to share a genuine THANK YOU to you, our guests.
We want to take the opportunity to express our gratitude for all of your support. We know that traveling during these times is not always an easy experience, although you make it seem so effortless – So, thank you!
Thank you for your dedication. Thank you for introducing Pacific Fins to friends and family. For the long travels, for the late night travels, for the long calls, for the longer email chains… for the passions stirred, for the experiences created.
Thank you for working with us. We know it’s been a challenging time for the entire travel industry, but please accept our sincere appreciation for your continued support, kindness, and understanding. It may be difficult now, but we know that together we will get through this – stronger than ever.
We can’t wait to continue making your fishing dreams a reality, together. In the meantime, we are never more than a call or email away!
From your friends at Pacific Fins, THANK YOU and look forward to your visit.

From Tuna To Dorado

If you love dorado aka mahi-mahi, they are here in full force! Guests are enjoying these great fighting fish throughout the day. And let’s not talk about how tasty they are. A lot of their sizes have been over 30lbs.
As we venture offshore, there is still yellowfin tuna around with the spinner dolphin. Our last newsletter mentioned we were seeing a lot of tuna. I guess now the mixed bag just got better.
Per our fishing report below, it’s been a roller coaster ride out there. Not due to waves, but how the sailfish bite has been lately. There are better days than others, hence why it felt like a roller coaster. Surely not the action we are used to during this time of year. The whole Guatemala fleet feels the same way.
Overall, it’s been really busy for us and everyone is returning back home with great memories and stories to tell. We look forward to welcoming more guests and we are optimistic the sailfish bite will improve very soon.

Fishing Report

  • March 20th: Knotwork – 21 sailfish raises, 19 bites and 14 releases.
  • March 20th: Maverick – 16 sailfish raises, 14 bites and 12 releases.
  • March 20th: Gypsy – 16 sailfish raises, 14 bites and 9 releases.
  • March 21st: Knotwork – 1 sailfish raises, 1 bites and 1 releases. 6 dorados (2 over 40lbs).
  • March 21st: Gypsy – 3 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases. 1 dorado.
  • March 21st: Maverick – 9 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 4 releases.
  • March 25th: Gypsy – 3 sailfish raises, 2 bites and 1 releases. 2 dorados.
  • March 26th: Gypsy – 5 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases. 3 dorados.
  • March 26th: Chechos – 8 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 4 releases.
  • March 26th: Maverick – 3 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases.3 dorados.
  • March 27th: Gypsy – 3 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 1 releases. 2 dorados.
  • March 27th: Knotwork – 9 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 3 releases. 8 dorados (4 over 40lbs)..
  • March 27th: Maverick – 8 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 5 releases. 2 dorados
  • March 27th: Chechos – 1 sailfish raises, 1 bites and 1 releases. 1 yellowfin tuna.
  • March 28th: Sirena – 4 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 1 releases. 2 dorados.
  • March 28th: Maverick – 10 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 4 releases. 5 dorados
  • March 28th: Knotwork – 10 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 5 releases. 14 dorados (1 – 35lbs).
  • March 28th: Gypsy – 6 sailfish raises, 6 bites and 3 releases. 9 dorados (1-35lbs, 4-20lbs).
  • March 28th: Chechos – 23 sailfish raises, 22 bites and 8 releases. 2 dorados.
  • March 28th: Chechos – 1 sailfish raises, 1 bites and 1 releases. 4 dorados.
  • March 31st: Maverick – 17 sailfish raises, 17 bites and 10 releases. 2 dorados.
  • March 31st: Chechos – 2 sailfish raises, 2 bites and 2 releases.

“Spring has Sprung”

I know Spring isn’t till March 20th, but Spring has Sprung! We are very happy to see that the fishing woke up and guests are enjoying themselves.
If you recall in the last newsletter, due to a mix of strong cold fronts and green water making it’s way into the fishing grounds, the fishing slowed down in February.
Those cold fronts that hit hard in Texas and other parts of the US made their way down. Plus, we recently got a synopsis from one of the best in the biz, Marine Biologist, Dr. Nelson Ehrhardt. “The catch rates have been slow in February because of the extended billfish habitat in the Tehuantepec-El Salvador region. We know the cause of this huge anomaly. Significant and unusual shifts of the winds; therefore not allowing development of strong upwelling in the Tehuanteoec basin.” – Dr. Ehrhardt.
The good news, blue water made its way into the grounds which resulted in better action. Hence the higher numbers in this weeks fishing report.

Fishing Report

  • February 24th: Gypsy (Captain Jorge) – 30 sailfish raises, 25 bites and 17 releases. 3 for 3 on Fly.
  • February 26th: Maverick (Captain Nestor) – 21 sailfish raises, 18 bites and 12 releases. 4 dorados.
  • February 27th: Maverick – 26 sailfish raises, 25 bites and 12 releases.
  • February 27th: Knotwork (Captain Caluco) – 15 sailfish raises, 13 bites and 10 releases. 1 dorado.
  • February 27th: Gypsy – 9 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 3 releases. 2 dorados .
  • February 27th: Chechos – 27 sailfish raises, 23 bites and 17 releases.
  • February 28th: Knotwork – 32 sailfish raises, 27 bites and 16 releases.
  • February 28th: Gypsy – 13 sailfish raises, 9 bites and 5 releases.
  • February 28th: Maverick – 18 sailfish raises, 14 bites and 7 releases.
  • March 1st: Knotwork – 12 sailfish raises, 10 bites and 9 releases.
  • March 2nd: Knotwork – 39 sailfish raises, 33 bites and 23 releases.
  • March 5th: Chechos – 18 sailfish raises, 16 bites and 10 releases. 1 dorado.
  • March 5th: Maverick – 26 sailfish raises, 20 bites and 13 releases.
  • March 6th: Chechos – 30 sailfish raises, 24 bites and 21 releases. 2 yellowfin tuna
  • Match 6th: Gypsy – 20 sailfish raises, 19 bites and 14 releases.
  • March 7th: Gypsy – 34 sailfish raises, 30 bites and 23 releases.
  • March 8th: Gypsy – 24 sailfish raises, 20 bites and 17 releases.
  • March 8th: Maverick – 22 sailfish raises, 19 bites and 11 releases.

“The Smorgasbord Season”

You can’t say “Spring Break” without thinking of a fishing trip. We are aware you are tired of the cold and miserable Winter. So, now it’s time to start planning a fishing trip to Pacific Fins, where you will get thawed out.
Our peak season is October through May, but… now comes the time of year many love. I call it “The Smorgasbord Season”. This is when not only you get intense sailfish action, its when blue marlin start to be more abundant. Yellowfin tuna will be active around spinner dolphin, and dorado will be in the larger class. Plus, you can’t never rule out a striped marlin in the spread and wahoo.
March through May is a great time to be here. It’s also the time that books fast. We have limited space available, want to be part of an epic season? Grab your passports, call your fishing partners, pack your bags, and head to Guatemala!

Fishing Report

Uncharacteristic for this region, due to a mix of strong cold fronts and green water making it’s way into the fishing grounds, it has been a slow February. As you can see the fishing reports, there has been better days than others.
The good news, blue water started to make its way into the grounds which has resulted in better action. The blue marlin bite has picked up and reports of yellowfin tuna has sushi lovers very happy!

  • February 6th: Chechos (Captain Nestor) – 4 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases. 1 for 2 on blue marlin and 2 dorados.
  • February 9th: Knotwork (Captain Caluco) – 3 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 3 releases. 1 yelowfin tuna.
  • February 12th: Gypsy (Captain Jorge) – 11 sailfish raises, 11 bites and 10 releases. 1 dorado.
  • February 13th: Gypsy – 5 sailfish raises, 3 bites and 2 releases. 11 dorados.
  • February 14th: Gypsy – 9 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 4 releases. .
  • February 15th: Knotwork – 6 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 5 releases. 2 dorados.
  • February 15th: Chechos – 8 sailfish raises, 8 bites and 7 releases. 2 dorados.
  • February 16th: Chechos – 31 sailfish raises, 29 bites and 25 releases. 1 dorado.
  • February 16th: Knotwork – 25 sailfish raises, 18 bites and 11 releases.
  • February 17th: Knotwork – 4 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 3 releases.
  • February 17th: Chechos – 14 sailfish raises, 14 bites and 12 releases.
  • February 19th: Maverick – 13 sailfish raises, 10 bites and 6 releases. 1 dorado and 1 for 2 on blue marlin.
  • February 19th: Knotwork – 4 sailfish raises, 4 bites and 1 releases. 1 for 2 blue marlin.
  • February 19th: Chechos – 6 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 2 releases.
  • February 19th: Gypsy – 15 sailfish raises, 11 bites and 7 releases.
  • February 20th: Maverick – 6 sailfish raises, 6 bites and 4 releases. 1 blue marlin and 3 yellowfin tuna.
  • February 20th: Knotwork – 5 sailfish raises, 5 bites and 4 releases.
  • February 21st: Gypsy – 10 sailfish raises, 7 bites and 4 releases. 1 yellowfin tuna.

SOLD OUT! We knew this was going to happen. The first Unfathomed hosted trip with Captain George Gozdz booked in record time.
This is an all-inclusive adventure with 4 nights/5 days accommodations and 3 full days of offshore fishing on May 13th – May 17th, 2021. In addition to the fishing we have added an afternoon of sightseeing in the old capital city of Antigua on the day we arrive.
Due to limited space and demand, we will be adding a second Unfathomed hosted trip soon. Stay tune to social media and our weekly news letters for the next date. You don’t want to miss out on one heck of a time.