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Noticias de las Islas Secas | Archive for December 0

The Bite is on!!!!!!

The first week back at Islas Secas was nothing short of spectacular.  I was fishing with an old friend Chris Ripley and his buddy Jordan Webb.  These are two young guys that wanted to pull on some of the great fish that are swimming in these waters. A quick run out to Hannibal Bank proved to be the right choice for us.  When we arrived one of the two boats was hooked up with a Marlin.  As we were working [...]

Salt Water Sportsman ~ January 2011 Cover!

Link to SWS Islas Secas Article.

Outside Magazine ~ October 2010


Islas Secas, Panama

A group of 16 private islands, Islas Secas sits 25 miles off the Pacific coast, close to the wahoo, marlin, and grouper crowding Hannibal Bank. On land, the place is Gilligan’s wildest dream, its seven solar oceanfront yurts holding only 14 guests. Go for the surfing or diving, but mainly go fish: Last winter, fishing director Carter Andrews helped a guest set seven world records here, in a week. Six nights, $6,600 per person:

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