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12:17 pm , March 27, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report March 10-17 2018

The middle of March found the anglers of Casa and Playa Blanca dealing with many different conditions throughout the week. The week began relatively calm with winds pushing from the East at 10 to 15 mph and then on Monday dipped down to super sunny and calm. The Anglers at both lodges took advantage of […]

3:10 pm , March 23, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report March 03-10 2018

The first week of March launched the second week with the Trouthunter gang down at Playa Blanca and E Bay continued to not disappoint. The winds laid down for the second week in a row and Mary, Farnum, Dave, Steve and Scott all tallied their first Permit in Ebay. Millie Panni started off the party […]

2:04 pm , March 9, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report February 24-March 03 2018

The end of February was what one might refer to as the Scorpion week. Anglers of both Casa and Playa Blanca are required to consume a Scorpion alongside a shot of fine tequila when releasing a Permit on Fly for the first time. Some hosts such as Rich Panni from Trouthunter in Island Park, ID […]

8:38 am , March 1, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report February 17-24 2018

The week of February 17 welcomed back two groups that are no strangers to the island of Punta Pajaros. The fisherman at Casa Blanca consisted of the crew that participates in the annual Osha Bonefish Tournament. Most of the Anglers make their way to the Yucatan via the Washington D.C/Maryland area and have enjoyed several […]

8:08 am , February 22, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report February 10-17 2018

Valentines week on the Yucatan provided marginal conditions with Mother Nature playing tough love. The winds continued out of the East and ramped up to 22 knots throughout the week but the sunshine did peek through and turned Monday, Thursday and Friday into opportunistic adventures. Casa Blanca welcomed back very good friends of the lodge […]

9:57 am , February 14, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report February 3-10 2018

The first week of February started out with sunny skies and light wind but the conditions turned difficult as the week progressed. Casa Blanca welcomed brothers Craig, David and Scott with Dad Jim from Milwaukee this week. Joining the gang from the Midwest was Brad, Gary and Jay as well our old friend Joe Dudra. […]

9:51 am , February 14, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report January 27-February 03 2018

Casa and Playa Blanca said goodbye to January last week and welcomed the beginning of February. The weather started out marginal with winds generating from the North/Northeast. The sun refused to shine and by Tuesday the front was a full-fledged, heavy windstorm. The middle of the week produced some hope with the wind shifting and […]

2:53 pm , February 3, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report January 20-27 2018

The abnormal winds and rain of January 2018 stuck around for the last week of the month. Casa welcomed a new crew of 13 Anglers mostly from the Eastern, North Eastern, United States. James (returning to Casa after several trips in the Past), John N. , Charlie, Larry, Elliot, Barry, Robert G., John S., Dana, […]

10:06 am , January 22, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report January 13-20 2018

The anglers this past week at Playa Blanca experienced an unwelcome January cold front. The first day of fishing provided the best conditions for  targeting the Palometa and returning Permit angler Mike Ward took advantage of the window boating 3 with guide Jorge. The northern front came on strong as the week began and kept […]

9:37 am , January 14, 2018 0

Casa and Playa Blanca Lodges Fishing Report January 6-13 2018

The beginning of 2018 started out with blustery winds and rain showers but after a few tough days the new year did not disappoint. Winds ramped up to over twenty miles an hour on Sunday and Monday but by the time Tuesday arrived the wind switched and began to slowly trickle out of the Northeast. […]