El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

A typical sportfisher out of El Salvador Read more about fishing for blue marlin in El Salvador here
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

Often while trolling for marlin, big dorado will attack a lure Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

The mate prepares to release an average size blue marlin Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

Angler engaged in a tug-o-war with a blue marlin Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

Marinas in El Salvador are small and simple but not far from hot marlin grounds Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

The mountainous coastline of El Salvador makes a nice backdrop for a day of fishing offshore Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

In addition to jumping on a lure, dorado really love cigar minnows Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

Preparing to revive a decent size blue marlin Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

A marlin at boatside is ready to be released Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

Flocks of birds are a good sign that pelagic fish are around Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

Typical IGFA rigged marlin lures Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

The crew keeps a keen eye on their spread watching for the slightest hint of a fish Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

An anxious group of anglers take an up close tour of the shoreline Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

It's not uncommon for sailfish to visit a trolling spread off El Salvador Photo by Dave Lear
El Salvador's Blues

El Salvador's Blues

A mate carefully coaxes a blue marlin to the surface prior to release Read more about fishing for blue marlin in El Salvador here