great day for snapper and trigger fishing, but i was expecting more adrenaline pumping tuna, barracuda, sailfish, and/or a shark or two. perhaps if one decides to book with chac chi, make sure you let them know what you are fishing for and it helps to speak a little spanish. my trip were all english speaking client of 7, not the max of 6 as they say, and the crew spoke 95% spanish. I would have like more time fishing, rather than be handed the rod, asked to sit on a chair and crank. And it wasn't even a marlin. At the end of the trip, i thought the fishes were to be divided amongst paid clients and he/she has the right to decline or give their fish away if he/she wishes. But we were asked to pick 1-2 fish and the rest went to the captain and crew. Great market scheme to make more money if the fishes were sold to fish markets and other clients. And what can you say when the people from other boats had great story to tell you about their trip, for example, hooking onto two 100 lbs sailfish and a 4-5 15-20lbs tunas which were an adrenaline rush.
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