Bring on April!
First portion of April was more about the meat than anything. BIG mahi, nice yellow fin and with luck you'd see just about 15 sails in the spread most days, a marlin here and there. Most days we would be live baiting on some loaded down logs or debris. We do it all.
Finally mid April the bite went off (or recovered) and we were the ones who stumbled upon them. Offshore to the west, off the ledge we had our first 40 bite day in while. From there on, it got GOOD. Boats are having no problem even seeing 60 fish behind he boat! Ndow that's what Guatemala is known for.
Just last week we even had a double header (same time) a sailfish and blue marlin with a family from FL. Many families traveling throughout the region taking advantage of cheap air fare, no crowds and great fishing. The great thing about lean charters for all the outfitters here is the lack of pressure on the fish. You can't beat Guatemala and how much water you have to yourself. In general this fishing gets no pressure.