Guatemala Bluewater Fly Fishing
Pelagic and migratory, the sailfish found in the waters of Guatemala usually travel alone or in small groups, average 70 to 100 pounds in size. They can be taken year-round, although the recommended season for sails is usually November through May. Marlin, ranging in size from 200 to over 500 pounds, can also be taken year-round in the waters of Guatemala, although they show up most reliably in the fall from October through December. Both sailfish and marlin grow to incredible sizes in the waters of Guatemala, and are without a doubt the alpha predators among all pelagic fish species in the region.
Perhaps the most famous lodge in the entire world of bluewater sportfishing, Casa Vieja Lodge has long been known for world-class bluewater boats and crews, the best captains in the business, and the highest quality accommodations in the area.