Striped Marlin Action Happening Now!
Fellow anglers we can’t stress enough that if you want great winter fishing and leave the cold behind there is no better time to get to the Galapagos Islands than now. Plenty of striped marlin action heating up in the past week out of San Cristobal and Santa Cruz islands. Various boats fishing are reporting double digit raises and bites out of 0-30, Rosa Blanca and Española banks.
Some days the fishing will slow down on one bank and pick up on the other. Water temperatures have been holding above 77 F and we believe we will start seeing blue and even black marlin in the mix more often as season comes into full swing. The effects of La Niña are receding apparently faster now.
The wind report for the next 10 days is 1 to 7 knots max. You just are not going to. find much calmer conditions for the the Galapagos. There has not been a better time to book a last minute trip to fish the incredible Galapagos Islands. Ecuagringo has 4 boats you can count on with the best crews and tackle in all of the Galapagos.
Jan 25, 2023– Patricia reported fishing out of 0-30 Bank with a local group rom Ecuador for the day. They raised 13 striped marlin had 6 bites and released 3 and had 1 blue marlin around 500# chase a bridge teaser and no bite. Birds working and bait on the surface were seen.
Jonahmar reported fishing Rosa Blanca and experiencing raising 27 striped marlin having 15 bites and releasing 5.
Jan 28, 2023– Humberto Hernandez reported releasing 8 striped marlin out of 22 bites and 29 raises fishing the banks of Española onboard Tesoro. A nice mahi for dinner was caught
Jan 29, 2023– Vertigo 2 with Peter Santini fished Española but after no action they headed to the Honey Hole on Rosa Blanca and raised 5 striped marlin and had 2 bites. They caught a mahi as well.
Title: End Of January 2023 Galapagos Marlin Report
Sourced From: www.ecuagringo.com/fishing-report/end-of-january-2023-galapagos-marlin-report/
Published Date: Mon, 30 Jan 2023 16:05:49 +0000
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