- IGFA Certified Captain - English / Spanish Speaking - 42' MAVERICK - TWIN 450 HP CAT - Crusing speed: 26 knots - GPS, - VHF Radio - Fish Finder - Stereo System - Captain & Mate
Penn International (25-50), SHIMANNO 30, Outriggers, Downrigger, Live Bait Well
Life Jackets, Fire Extinguishers, First Aid Equipment, EPIRB, Liferaft
Crew: Bilingual and Experienced
We are pleased to announce that Spanish Fly have been selected to compete at the 2016 Offshore World Championships
Captain Juan Carlos Fallas aka 'Juanca'. Juanca has been fishing for 12 years and been on the 'Spanish Fly' for 5 years. His first day as captain he caught the conversation piece for the season an 'Albino Blue Marlin'!!
Mate Walton Smith is an experienced Captain and Mate and Mate Roberto Salinas (Chela) has been fishing for over a decade.
You will also be fishing for different types of Marlin, Dorado (Mahi-Mahi), different types of Tuna and Wahoo. All the fish have specific season when the bite is better, except sailfish, the bite is ALWAYS good!!!
This crew knows their way around the boat as well as the fishing grounds and work tirelessly to get on the bite. They all have a winning tournament history.
Once you fish aboard the 'Spanish Fly', you won't settle for anything less.
2010-5th position, 1st Leg Los Sueños Signature Billfish Series, 2010-3rd Place-2nd Leg Los Sueños Signature Billfish Series, 2010-3rd Place Overall Los Sueños Signature Billfish Series, 2012-1st Place Los Sueños Marlin Invitational, 2014-2nd Place-1st Leg Los Sueños Signature Triple Crown
The SPANISH FLY is now taking charters for Sea Mount Fishing!
FISHING TO THE FAD's It takes 12 hours to get to our fishing destination. The SPANISH FLY chugs at 8 knots with enough fuel to fish for three 12 hour days. Depending on how many days you want to fish The breakdown: It takes four days to fish for three, three to fish for two or two to fish for one. The FAD's has proven to be the absolute best blue marlin fishing on the planet. GET A QUOTE TO THE FAD's.
Spanish Fly Boat Jaco, Spanish mackerel by a fold of skin which covers the mandible when its mouth is closed. In contrast, the mandible of the king mackerel is always visible as is also the case for the smaller Spanish Mackerel Fishing Los Suenos...