Fly Fishing for Tarpon
<p>Capt.Francisco, I want to say thanks for the great time my wife and I had fishing for tarpon with you! The fishing was fantastic with lots of fish site. It was one of my most memorable fishing trips of my life, and I have been on a bunch.
When my first fish breached the water, the most amazing sight I must say, and you said “My friend that is a fish of a lifetime” I new I was into a personal trophy. Two hours and forty five minutes later I landed my trophy tarpon, it was a 95 pound monster of a fish. That fish pulled us around and out to sea before she gave up. Couldn’t count the number of times this fish jumped out of the water and spooled my line. You couldn’t wipe the smile off of my face, for that matter I couldn’t wipe the smile off my face because I couldn’t move my arms…. It was a fish of a lifetime!
Francisco, your expertise is what got me into those fish and it is truly appreciated. Your hospitality, knowledge and hard work are what set you apart from all the other guides I have fished with.
Thanks again and hope to see you next year!
Big Tarpon on Fly
About The Author: Captain Francisco Rosario
Company: Light Tackle Adventure Tarpon Fishing
Area Reporting: Boqueron Bay (Cabo Rojo Puerto Rico)
Bio: Capt. Francisco \"Pochy\" Rosario· U.S.C.G Certified Captain License · Certified Guide by Puerto Rico Tourism Company (GT 2001-018) · Endorsed by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company · Endorsed by Comisión de Servicio Público (Public Service Commission) (S-03-06-Feb-518) Capt. Francisco “Pochy” Rosario is a passionate fisherman. He born and raised in the West Coast of Puerto Rico, and been fishing tarpon since he was 12 years old. Capt. Rosario has more than 16 years of experience in sport fishing. He began working as mate for Western Tourist Services, a deep sea fishing charter company. In 1999 after getting his U.S.C.G license, he decides to start his own business as Inshore Fishing Services. He offered Light Tackle and Fly Fishing trips for tarpon, snook, jacks, mangrove snapper and barracudas. He has a 17’ customized skiff for a spectacular fishing in the West Coast of Puerto Rico. The boat has marine radio, livewell with bait pump, 14 rod holder , deep finder, 19 gal. Gas tank, 2006 85 hp Yamaha endure, 6 life jackets USCG approved, 3 bait net, 4 dry storage, nav. Lights, push pole, flear kit and fire extinguisher.