|01-09-2002 07:30 PM|
|striblue||Oh God..... When will I retire... when will I retire.... I hope at 55.. Sailfish on a fly... visting Adrian in Bermuda.. Key West.... Fishing every morning in the summer in Chatham... Steelhead.... trout in Montana.... please God let me live long enough.|
|01-09-2002 04:02 PM|
Welcome Pezvela, it's nice to have a representative from one of the world's greatest sailfish destinations in the world here on the forum.
I would really appreciate your participation because I want to visit your waters to indulge in the sailfish, such a great fly rod gamefish - as soon as possible. I'm also sure the mahi mahi are plentiful and there's nothing like fresh mahi on the grill with a margarita to sip on.
Ironically I've been reading about Guatemala and seeing more sport fishing shows on your sailfishing lately (ESPN, etc).
If you'd be willing to support us as a sponsor we'd be pleased to display your ad banner with a link to your site through 2002.
In any case, it's great to have you here! Welcome and please keep us informed with your reports and information about the fishery.
|01-09-2002 09:03 AM|
|Adrian||Hmmm ...now that sounds like an International Clave to me|
|01-09-2002 07:14 AM|
What are the flies & gear of choice down there for sails on the fly?
Not something I can swing this year, maybe for 2003 we can put together a South American tour: sails in Guatemala, tarpon in Belize, trout in Argentina... never come home!!
|01-08-2002 11:30 PM|
|Adrian||I am already booked for a Bahamas trip in April but maybe next year? People who have been down there confirm that Guatemala is one of the most consistent sailfish fisheries for fly fishing.|
|01-08-2002 07:05 PM|
|pmflyfisher||20-30 rises per day, hmm sounds interesting but thats during our prime michigan steelhead spring runs and my client US tax returns are due on 4/15. Have to pass this year. Heck I doubt if I could handle a sailfish anyway in all that warm weather and competition. :hehe: :hehe:|
|01-08-2002 02:20 PM|
|pezvela||And we average around 20-30 raises per day until April! in our warm climate here!!|
|01-08-2002 02:08 PM|
|Dble Haul||I have to admit, tournament or no tournament, it's awfully nice to think about casting a fly to sailfish in a warm climate while I look at the snow outside....|
|01-08-2002 02:00 PM|
|pezvela||It's a fun thing too! But when you have tournaments, there is competition.|
|01-08-2002 01:22 PM|
...'sounds like BassMasters on steroids...
There's nothing quite like heated competition (my tribe/team is "better" than your tribe/team) to bring out the darkside.
|01-08-2002 12:03 PM|
Guatemala Fly Fishing Tournament
Sailfish Guatemala and El Capitan Marina invite you to participate in Guatemala's First Annual Fly Fishing Tournament April 10-14. Guatemala has gained an international reputation for having the world's best sailfishing. Test your skill in teams of three, for information contact Scott at 1-800-638-7405.