Puerto Vallarta Sport fishing is Known for Huge Blue and Black Marlin,
Yellowfin Tuna, Roosterfish, Dorado/ Mahi Mahi, Cubera, and Wahoo.   
Banderas Bay stretches over 40 miles wide but if you want to get into some
record braking
Puerto Vallarta fish You need to get outside the bay. That does
not mean you cannot find great fishing inside the bay as well like mahi mahi,
Jack Crevalle, Bonito, small Yellowfin Tuna, Roosterfish,  Spanish Mackerel,  
Red Snapper,  African Pompano,  Needle fish, and more. but the big Blue and
Black Marlins 200-700 lbs and the cow Yellowfin Tuna 200-350 lbs are either at
Corbetena or El Banco 36 -50 miles offshore from the Marina. When fishing
offshore You want to have a reliable boat that will get You to the fishing
grounds quick, but You still want a comfortable ride becuase even on the faster
boats it is a 1 and 1/2 to 2 hour ride to get offshore.  The
My Marlin holds the
Record in
Puerto Vallarta for the Largest Black Marlin in Tournament History.
This year will be the 62
annual Marlin and Sailfish tournament.

The Thing that makes Puerto Vallarta Sport fishing so special is that You can
catch a billfish all year around granted You might have to look a little harder in
different times of the year.  But they are still out there no matter what time of
the year, The Black and
Blue Marlins normally run fromJune until early
December high season is July through November. The
Striped marlin will start
running in January until May and You can catch
Sailfish all year around high
season in May to November. You can check out whats been biting lately here

Puerto Vallarta sport
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fishing please email
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