Here is the pics and reports from the group we hosted at the Panafishing lodge March 6-11:
It was nice to host a team of German anglers for 6 days of fishing the Tuna Coast. First 2 days were average, as a massive swell battered the shoreline and clouded the water. Roosterfish started to show on day 3, and were plentiful on the 3 last days, with hundreds of followers. The fish were often biting short, so final count is 29 roosters to the boat, and another 20 or so lost during the fight. These were mostly small fish as is the norm in this season: more but smaller roosterfish. As usual, a good variety of fish were taken, 100% on artificials, as we like it here. Action on popper has vastly improved since the wind came down after a crazy month of February.
Specila mention for the latest stickbait we selected for our small onsite boutique (that starts to be very refined... 80% of the roosters were taken on our "magic popper"), that caught just about anything, including the only 3 cuberas of the trip.
Politicians, baseball players, high-powered corporate CEO's they all seem to eventually let us down. Nature, however, does not. Look to her for inspiration and you will learn the secrets to living a good life. The most Important lesson it would seem is to make sure you spend as much time fishing as anything else.