Marlin U at Tropic Star Lodge

Find big tuna and marlin in the fertile Pacific waters near Tropic Star Lodge in Panama

April 18, 2012
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Scenic Pinas Bay Dave Ferrell
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George gives the initial fishing briefing. Dave Ferrell
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Sunset at Pinas Bay Dave Ferrell
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Marlin U instructors Charles Perry (left) and Peter B. Wright Dave Ferrell
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Tropic Star’s video presentation Dave Ferrell
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Hummingbirds test Dave Ferrell’s photo skills Dave Ferrell
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The start of the world famous Panama strip bait. Dave Ferrell
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Tying the Panama strip…look for an upcoming tip in Marlin! Dave Ferrell
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The finished product Dave Ferrell
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Always amazing to troll the shoreline in Panama. Dave Ferrell
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Big tunas where everywhere…you could catch as many 100-pounders as you would ever want. Dave Ferrell
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There were a few dolphin slinking around as well. Dave Ferrell
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The star of the show made a late appearance on the last day of fishing! Dave Ferrell
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A 250-pound blue airing it out Dave Ferrell
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One last head shot for the camera Dave Ferrell
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The MoldCraft Wide Range whoops ’em again! Dave Ferrell

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