San Salvador Fishing Forecast – March 2011

San Salvador here we come—wahoo look out! We are on our way to Cockburn Town, San Salvador with the Ms. T to do some serious high-speed trolling for monster wahoo. According to three of the best Bahamian wahoo guides in the islands, Abby, Clay, and our friend Ermory Black, the last of February and the month of March is prime time to pursue these speedsters. The humps in San Sal make for the best wahoo habitat on the east coast. Hilton Ferguson’s Sands Resort will be hosting StingRay Tackle and Outfitter’s Big Game clients and guests in their quest for a record-breaking wahoo for the next 6 weeks. Walker Holcomb, from Marlin University will be coaching anglers while mating for us along with our Bahamian mate Elvis Bastian.

Guest anglers will also have an opportunity to fish the flats around San Salvador which hosts some bones over 10 pounds. While heading to the flats, we will have a chance to visit the monument that was constructed on the San Salvador beach where Columbus first landed on this side of the Atlantic. On the way back to the Riding Rock Marina and Sands Resort, anglers will be treated to some of Carol’s “Da Backa Yard” cracked conch, Bahamian macaroni and cheese and peas and rice. So if you can’t join us on the island we will be reporting on the fishing action daily to Coastal Anglers Magazine – Flahama co-publishers. So look for future reports and check out the Coastal Angler Magazine– Flahama facebook page at

Capt. Marvin Steiding
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