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Sailfish on Fly!

Sailfish on Fly!

Fly fishing for offshore species is growing in popularity. How could it not! Look how beautiful this jumping sailfish is.

Capt Jake Jordan has offered a sweet fly fishing school for learning how to sailfish with a fly rod for the last decade. Jakes school is hosted at the Casa Vieja Lodge in Iztapa Guatemala.

Casa Vieja offers the world's best pacific sailfishing period. The numbers are staggering! This is a great reason to host the school here. Anglers can have the best opportunities to gain the most experience quickly.

To learn more about the Sailfish School click here!


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