Sport fishing is an activity that has gained popularity in recent years due to the excitement and adventure it offers. One of the best ways to enjoy this activity in the southern part of the Las Perlas archipelago in Panama is on board the World Cat 27 Catamaran with 2-200 hp engines, using the trolling fishing technique.
Trolling type fishing is a technique that consists of dragging one or several fishing lines with artificial or natural baits at different depths while navigating at a certain speed. This technique makes it possible to cover large fishing areas in a short time and to reach areas where the fish are feeding.
The southern part of the Las Perlas archipelago is known for its great diversity of marine species, which makes it an ideal place for sport fishing. Species that can be caught in these waters include yellowfin tuna, wahoo, and dorado.
The yellowfin tuna is one of the most coveted fish by sport fishermen in this area. It is a pelagic fish that moves in large schools and offers great resistance during fishing. Sailfish are also a predatory fish with impressive speed and an ability to leap out of the water, making catching them an exciting experience.
The wahoo is a very popular fish in sport fishing for its delicious white meat. It is found in deeper waters and is characterized as a solitary fish. Finally, the dorado is another of the most sought after fish by sport fishermen in this area due to its size and fighting abilities.
Trolling sport fishing in the southern part of the Las Perlas archipelago is a unique experience that should not be missed by any fishing lover. And if we also do it aboard the World Cat 27 Catamaran with 2 200 hp engines, the adventure is guaranteed. With yellowfin, wahoo and dorado tuna as possible catches, the challenge and excitement are guaranteed.
The journey lasts 8 hours leaving at 7:00 am from the Diablo public ramp. The estimated time of arrival at the southern pearl archipelago is 3 hours.
The boat must be at the dock no later than 5:00 pm.
Catches may vary according to season and atmospheric changes.
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