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Pesca Panama
3699 Lower River Road
Youngstown, NY 14174
Ph: 844-264-2246
Fax: 716-625-1430
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Charter Rates
Please call for charter rates and to schedule your trip for 2015.  We offer weekly six day trips, and can customize trips for 1-16 anglers for as few as one day or as many days as you desire every month of the year.

Charter Rates Include:
All shuttle transfers
Reservation service for your flights and transfers in Panama
Use of our 27-foot Ocean Master, center console fishing boats with twin outboards
Highly experienced local captain and mate
Top quality, well maintained fishing tackle
Daily breakfast and dinner aboard the barge
Soft drinks, bottled water, beer and daily lunches on the fishing boats
Laundry service on the barge
4 full and 2 half days of fishing
7 nights lodging — 2 nights in Panama City and 5 nights on the barge

Rates do NOT include: in-country flights, extra hotel nights, meals, liquor or other expenses you might incur in Panama City, $100 cash National Park usage fee, Panama sales tax, liquor on board the lodge, or cash tips for the Pesca Panama crew.

To our regular customers, a big “thank you” for your patronage, and to our prospective customers, we invite you to join us in what others have been saying is the widest variety of quality sportfishing opportunities to be found anywhere in the world. We continue to improve our operation and scheduling so that you, our valued customers, can be assured of the most rewarding experience possible.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Mike Augat

OFFICE: 844-264-2246
FAX: 716-625-1430

We encourage you to plan on booking your fishing trip as far in advance as possible, as our open dates typically fill up fast.


For reservations, contact Capt Mike Augat or Ted Merletti in our office at 844-264-2246

Due to a change in regulations, all fish caught within Coiba Island National Park, where we do much of our fishing, must now be released. This does not apply to pelagic species caught outside of the park boundaries. However, for many of our return customers, this means you will not need to bring a cooler for transporting fish home. These new National Park catch-and-release regulations are an important effort by Panama to help protect and provide a world-class sport fishery that can be enjoyed by anglers both today and in the future.


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