The mothership is anchored in Coiba Island, which is located off Panama’s Pacific Coast, in the Gulf of Chiriquí. This allows for you to be close to the coral reefs and in turn, provides you with an incredible fishing experience! Coiba Island Marine Park is considered one of the ten top diving spots in the world and is home to the largest coral reef in the Eastern Pacific! Coiba National Park is also nearby and is known for its diverse marine life and jungle animals including white-faced monkeys. We are familiar with the Chiriquí Gulf including Isla Montuosa, Isla Ladrones Jicaron, and Jicarita, to name a few.
We welcome all special requests and will work with you to plan your trip according to the species and locations of interest to you!
Your Fishing Adventure STARTS RIGHT HERE
There are many different fishing methods to catch fish when offshore or inshore sportfishing. We pride ourselves in knowing when and how to use these methods on the various species encountered in the Panama waters. We welcome all special requests and will work with you to plan your trip according to the species and locations of interest to you!
CUBERA SNAPER FISH
WHAT TO EXPECT
Your fishing journey with Hannibal Fishing begins as soon as you land in Panama. Our captain will welcome you at the airport and will transport you directly to our mother ship which is anchored on the island of Coiba, in the bay of Punta Hermosa. Once onboard you will be introduced to our amazing crew who will provide you with a safety briefing, tour of the ship and prepare you for the fishing adventures to begin the next day.
Our All-Inclusive Package Includes:
· Captain’s greeting at David Airport
· Sea hunter boat
· Transfer to the mothership
· double occupancy room on the mothership
· Truly top-of-the-line fishing tackle, bait, gear, and ice
· English Speaking Captain & Mate
· Full Breakfast with fresh Panamanian fruits, eggs, and coffee
· Dinner service
· Lunch service
· Fruits and snacks
· Soft drinks, bottled water, and Cold Beer!
· Laundry service
In Panama, there are only two seasons, dry and wet. Summer season (dry season) runs from December to April. May through November you will encounter typical tropical showers with October being the wettest. Hannibal Fishing does not operate in October to November, which is part of the rainy season.