Bill Wraps Fishing Report last week of January 2013

2013-01-30 19:49:02
Puerto Rico Caribbean, - Saltwater Fishing Report
NorthEast Puerto Rico

Hello again from the Island of Enchantment.

This week the action has been King Mackerels aka Smokers and Mahi Mahi.

The Sea conditions got a lot better, although it has not been flat and the trade wind are present, the conditions are Fishable. The SST has been around the 78-80 degrees and the blue water got close.

No billfish action for the past week but it should get better in February when there is a good run in the east south east of the island.

Till next Bite

Capt Luis Iglesias

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About The Author: Captain Luis Iglesias

Company: Bill Wraps Fishing Charters PR

Area Reporting: NorthEast Puerto Rico

Bio: Profesional and enthusiastic. Working in the fishing charter industry of PR since 1996. Fishing since a teenager and runs a The Bill Wraps. Greetings from Bill Wraps fishing charters PR We have a Hatteras 36 fully rigged. Offering 4,6,8 hour and multiple day sport fishing charters. We fish the PR trench the second deepest waters in the world and only a couple of miles ride from dock. Each trip includes captain, mate,top of the line gear, baits, refreshments and snacks. During our 6 and 8 hour trips we also include lunch and fruits. Search for all details of our charter operation. All trips are private charters in which you can bring up to six guests. Also available are the split charters. We also offer transfers to Culebra and Vieques. Beach days at Icacos, Palomino, Palominito and Sunset cruises for couples and groups. Please take time to visit our or you can follow us in facebook, twitter, trip advisor and yelp. For reservation please complete the fax confirmation in the contact us icon at our web page. For any additional information feel free to contact us via email ( or call 787-364-4216 Tight lines Capt Luis Iglesias

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