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Marlin U Panama

A Marlin University trip to Tropic Star Lodge

October 5, 2011
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In September, Marlin University visited the world-famous Tropic Star Lodge in Panama. Dave Ferrell
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Tropic Star’s fleet of classic 31′ Bertrams in picturesque Pinas Bay. Dave Ferrell
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Class is in session for these Marlin U students Dave Ferrell
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A sailfish falls for the one-and-only Panamanian belly strip bait Dave Ferrell
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Marlin Dave Ferrell
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Incoming! Dave Ferrell
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Marlin in the wash pre-release Dave Ferrell
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Above it all back at the lodge is the original owner’s house, also known as The Palace. A tram scoots tired anglers up the surprisingly steep hill after a long day of fighting fish. Dave Ferrell
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Looking down from the Palace Dave Ferrell
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The poolside dinner provides great opportunity to give marlin first-timers their ceremonial dunking. Dave Ferrell
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Soaked Dave Ferrell
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Read more from our trip to Tropic Star here! Dave Ferrell
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