Guy Harvey Outpost’s Ultimate Panama Big Game Fishing Trip

December 22, 2014 at 7:44 pm | Posted in Fishing, Fly Fishing, Guy Harvey Outpost Ltd., Panama | Leave a comment
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Panama Yacht and Fishing Charters (PYFC) is the newest member of Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts & Lodges’ Expedition Collection.  The Ms B Haven, mother-ship & fleet are based in Panama City, Panama and available for charter in both the Caribbean and Pacific.  “Panama is an adventure travel paradise and a destination without equal for world class sportfishing and island hopping,” commented Guy Harvey Outpost President, Mark Ellert announcing the new partnership.  “Instead of settling for a single location, this Outpost offers the best of all worlds – a fleet of rooms that can move around this amazing country.   Whether it’s offshore big-game fishing in the Pacific, backcountry fishing along the Caribbean coast, exploring the Canal Zone, or discovering the remote and beautiful Pearl and San Blas Islands, there’s literally something of interest for everyone and PYFC Outpost can take you there.”

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Ms B Haven, fish in luxury by day and lounge in your private fishing lodge by night.

Fishing from a mother-ship allows you the freedom to fish legendary places like Pinas Bay and Hanibal Bank or explore the idyllic San Blas archipelago.  The PYFC Outpost fleet includes a 98’ tri-deck motor yacht, two sportfishing boats – a 66’ Buddy Davis and 37’ Strike – and a flats skiff. The mother-ship carries a complement of water-toys, jet skis and a complete dive center.

Cherin III at anchor in Panama.

Cherin III at anchor in Panama.

Owned by a Florida based fishing enthusiast, the Panama Yacht & Fishing Charters Outpost is operated by South Africa native Hennie Marais, considered one of Panamas’ most respected sportfishing outfitters and lodge operators. “We have assembled a group of captains and crew to rival any tournament caliber sportfishing team you’ll find stateside”, notes Marais. “The Buddy Davis and Strike are equipped with all the best big-game tackle, and the mother-ship is our luxury lodge that is never far out of range when it’s time for lines-out.”

Panama native and seasoned sportfishing Captain Yasser “Jacko” Torres runs the Buddy Davis.  Adds Marais, “experience and communication in the cockpit are essential to consistently catching big fish and having fun and PYFC Outpost has that covered.  Jacko and his crew have all the requisite tournament credentials and are fluent in English, French and Russian, as well as Spanish, so anglers from all over the world will certainly enjoy their time with us.”

In commenting on the newest Expedition Collection property, Outpost co-founder and IGFA trustee Bill Shedd compared the new PYFC Outpost to long-range fishing operations common to southern California, where his company AFTCO is based.  “While I’ve enjoyed many long range fishing trips, and you can always move around to find fish, they seldom have the space, amenities and comfort to bring along the family or business associates.  Our new PYFC Outpost eliminates that problem, without question.  Fish or fun, dive or sun.  You decide, but its top-of-class”.

The PYFC Outpost fleet accommodates up to twelve guests and is available for three and six day charters, with customized float plans based on cruising or fishing preferences.  For charter information, contact Guy Harvey Outpost toll free at 1.800. 513.5257 or visit

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Get Ready to Wahoo with the IGFA & Old Bahama Bay

December 8, 2014 at 4:30 am | Posted in Art, Bahamas, Fishing, Florida, Guy Harvey Outpost Ltd., Old Bahama Bay | Leave a comment
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Capt. Tony DiGiulian Teaches How to Catch Wintertime Wahoo at the IGFA’s School of Sportfishing next Monday, December 15, 2014, 7-10pm.

Known as one of the fastest fish in the ocean, wahoo don’t last long on a dinner plate either.    Capt. DiGiulian’s class will teach anglers how to target and more consistently catch wahoo in the cooler months of the year.  He is co-founder of the IGFA School of Sportfishing and has lectured on fishing techniques around the world through his Saltwater Professional Consulting.

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Captain Anthony DiGulian and his favorite wahoo rig.

Unlike most locales where wahoo are often considered incidental catches due to their somewhat nomadic and loner nature, at Old Bahama Bay, a Guy Harvey Outpost Expedition Lodge they are  caught consistently October to March.   Double and triple headers of wahoo are relatively common during the season. One-hundred pounders are caught each year in the Bahamas. Wahoo grow quite large with the all tackle record reaching 184 pounds. Just north of Old Bahama Bay is the area known as “Wahoo Alley.”  This stretch, where the Little Bahama Bank meets the Gulfstream, gets special recognition on fishing charts.   Wahoo also make great table fair  and can be found at your local sushi bar as Ono.  To celebrate WAHOO Season, Guy Harvey Outpost is hosting the Wahoo Bonfire Festival and Tournament at Old Bahama Bay February 26th – March 1st 2015.  The Wahoo Bonfire Festival will feature a variety of activities including a Burning Wahoo Sculpture by artist Bobby Little.


The Wintertime Wahoo Techniques class will be held at the International Game Fish Association’s  Headquaters in Dania Beach, FL.   Cost per class is $100 USD for IGFA members and $150 USD for non IGFA members.  The fee covers the cost of the class, course materials, and tackle used for activities during each class. For more details call Anthony Vedral at 954-924-4254 or e-mail

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Guy Harvey Outpost Outfitter, Ray Rosher, Teaches Kite Fishing at the IGFA

December 1, 2014 at 2:20 am | Posted in Fishing, Florida, Fly Fishing, Sailfish, Sharks | Leave a comment

Learn from the master, Capt. Ray Rosher.  Kite Fishing Techniques is part of the IGFA’s School of Sportfishing series, Tuesday, December 2nd, 7-10pm. Kite Fishing is particularly effective for targeting Sailfish.  Ray runs the Miss Britt charter boats out of Monty’s Marina in Coconut Grove, Miami FL.  He and the Miss Britt team are winners of over 50 billfish tournaments.      We are proud that Ray is also one of Guy Harvey Outpost’s Fishing Outfitters.

While kite fishing is famous for catching sailfish it can be used to catch other billfish, tuna, dolphin, kingfish and sharks.  The kite adds to the excitement by keeping the bait near the surface where anglers and crew can often see the bite. Kingfish and Spanish mackerel often skyrocket on the bait from below launching like missiles.   Hammerheads can be brought close to the boat for a photograph.  With practice the kite can be used to bring sailfish within casting distance with a fly rod.

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Ray Rosher, Miss Britt Key West Winners 2014

The class takes place at the International Game Fish Association’s  Headquaters in Dania Beach, FL.   Cost per class is $100 USD for IGFA members and $150 USD for non IGFA members.  The fee covers the cost of the class, course materials, and tackle used for activities during each class. For more details call Anthony Vedral at 954-924-4254 or e-mail

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Black Friday Deals at Old Bahama Bay

November 28, 2014 at 5:39 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Don’t miss out on this VERY limited special offer from Old Bahama Bay Resort & Yacht Harbour: Buy One, Get One – on hotel suites and dockage! Make a booking from Friday, November 28th through Tuesday, December 2nd for travel between January 4th and February 15th, 2015 and we will give you another suite of the same category and/or a dockslip of the same size or smaller for free!  Bookings must be paid in full at time of reservation and are non-refundable. Call 1-800-513-5257 or email and mention Black Friday BOGO (bookings cannot be made on-line). Offer cannot be combined with other special deals or used for packages; available for new bookings only, based on availability.

Spend the perfect day and evening exploring above and below the living seas of West End.  These tours can all be booked before you arrive through our reservations office at 800-513-5257 or email  See full list and prices on our Activities Page.

Sunset Bahama Mama Cruise  Sip on a cool Bahama Mama while you cruise the north coastline of the Village of West End.

Stingray Feeding Eco-Tour  This once in a lifetime thrill provides visitors with the opportunity to meet our stingrays up close in their natural environment.

Native Fishing Adventure: Cook, Catch, Eat  Learn the native way of harvesting conch, lobster, and fish – plus prepare for cooking, and then eat!

Snorkel Adventures  You’ll see starfish, stingrays, moray eels, parrot fish, sea turtles, staghorn and elkhorn corals and so much more.

Ecology Tours  West End Ecology Tours can provide a true Bahamian ecology and fishing experience that is – simple, pure, and natural. West End offers some of the best fishing, deserted cays, snorkeling and free-diving to enjoy. Annual migration of spotted dolphins, sea turtles and numerous bird species can be found in this natural wonderland.

Fishing Tours  Fishing abounds just minutes from the Old Bahama Bay marina with numerous varieties of snapper, grouper and a multitude of other reef dwelling species along with bonefish and some of the world’s finest marlin, tuna, dolphin and wahoo fishing.

Personal Boat Charter  If you are interested in chartering “Rough Life” for your personal use (along with our captain), the hourly rate is $175 with a minimum of 2 hours and $150 per hour thereafter. Max occupancy is 6 adults and 2 children.

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Bonefish and Tarpon Trust Hosts Their 5th International Symposium

November 26, 2014 at 7:32 pm | Posted in Bonefish Bimini, Conservation, Fishing, Florida Keys, Fly Fishing | Leave a comment
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Bonefish and Tarpon Trust hosted their 5th International Symposium at the IGFA Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach, Florida. Hundreds of conservation minded attendees turned out for the educational and event packed weekend, all with a focus on raising awareness about the conservation of bonefish, tarpon, and permit.

Scientists from the United States, Canada, Brazil, Belize, the Bahamas, and Cuba were on hand to present their latest findings on a variety of topics concerning the three slam species.  A number of fly and spin fishing clinics were held for the attendees to enjoy and there were also panel discussions with some of today’s most knowledgeable fishing guides and angling legends from around the world, sharing their insight and stories about bonefish, tarpon, and permit.

BTT 2014 Flies

Friday evening saw the inaugural BTT Art and Film Festival, where some of the biggest names in saltwater art and photography displayed their work and helped raise funds for BTT. The festival also featured screenings of many excellent short films, all competing for a chance to win prizes from Orvis and Costa and the title of Viewer’s Choice. In the end, “Knockin’ On The Door” by WorldAngling took home the win. The winner of BTT’s Best Conservation Message went to Marc Montocchio for his trailer of the film “Origins Of The Sky.”

The highlight of the film screening was the world premier of “90 Miles“, in which filmmaker Will Benson of WorldAngling highlighted his recent trip to Cuba with BTT scientists and showed the world that although the US has had differences with its neighbor to the south, we also share many commonalities including a love for fishing and a passion for the conservation of our environment.

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Bill Klyn presents Tom McGuane with the Curt Gowdy Media Memorial Award, photo: Pat Ford

Capping off the two-day event was a Saturday evening silent auction followed by the “Passing The Torch” Banquet. The banquet celebrated some up and coming members of the saltwater fishing community in a short “Passing The Torch” film. The film highlighted Paul Puckett, Jorge Martinez, Captain C.A. Richardson, Captain Will Benson, Meredith McCord and Oliver White for their support of BTT and their efforts to promote conservation of bonefish, tarpon, and permit.

During the banquet, BTT awarded three Conservation Stewardship awards to deserving members of the fishing community. The Flats Stewardship Award went to former FWC commissioner Ken Wright for his tireless efforts in securing the catch and release status of bonefish and tarpon in Florida, as well as the banning of the “Boca Grande Jig”. The Lefty Kreh Sportsman of the Year Award was presented to Costa Del Mar’s VP of Marketing, Al Perkinson, for his immense support of BTT through Project Permit, and the Curt Gowdy Media Memorial Award went to legendary author and Buccaneers and Bones star Tom McGuane.

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Al Perkinson receives the Lefty Kreh Sportsman of the year Award from Dr. Aaron Adams. Photo Pat Ford

The American Fisheries Society also presented Bonefish and Tarpon Trust with the prestigious Conservation Achievement Award for the Fisheries Management Section.  This annual award recognizes an organization’s outstanding contributions to fishery conservation or fishery science. Upon receiving the award, BTT’s Director of Operations Dr. Aaron Adams noted, “BTT is extremely flattered and proud to receive this award from the American Fisheries Society. This award confirms the validity of our approach to fisheries conservation, and provides encouragement moving forward.”

The two day event saw roughly 350 registered attendees come through the doors and went on to gross nearly $117,000 for Bonefish and Tarpon Trust. Symposium Chairman Chris Peterson of Hell’s Bay Boatworks commented, “The scientific presentations were astronomically enlightening, the instruction sessions legendary, and the fellowship among like minded anglers…priceless.” BTT President Matt Connolly added, “Like me, I suspect that nearly all 350 Symposium attendees left inspired by the “Legends”, encouraged by the exciting scientific breakthroughs, and energized knowing their investment in BTT has delivered such dynamic returns in but three years! The many inspiring discoveries shared with us at the Symposium made it apparent that we must transform this emerging scientific knowledge into enlightened management of flats ecosystems throughout the Caribbean. It is a challenge BTT is now, more than ever, well prepared to meet!”

Photos courtesy of Pat Ford

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Google Takes Aim at Illegal Fishing

November 22, 2014 at 5:15 pm | Posted in Conservation, Fishing, Marine Science | Leave a comment
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Global Fishing Watch  Will Allow Real-Time Monitoring of Commercial Fishing Fleets World-Wide  – Lucy Craymer – Wall Street Journal - 17 Nov, 9:47 AM

Google has teamed up with mapping company SkyTruth and marine-advocacy group Oceana to create a new tool aimed at reining in illegal fishing world-wide.

A prototype of the technology called Global Fishing Watch was launched in Sydney. It will allow the public to view online where fishing boats are operating around the globe. The developers say they hope the tool will give governments, non-government organizations and the public the ability to monitor where illegal fishing is taking place.

While the technology can’t prevent instances of illegal fishing, making the information publicly available could help governments police commercial fishing, said Jackie Savitz, vice president of US Oceans for Oceana. In countries with governments less willing or able to prevent overfishing, the public will have more knowledge to pressure them, she said.

“Illegal fishing is something that we can hope to put a dent in with Global Fishing Watch,” said Ms Savitz. “What is cool is that the technology does most of the work.”

The technology is expected to cost $US3 million to $US5 million, and uses tracking devices already mandated on all large boats, filtering out the fishing vessels using recognized patterns.

In a statement, the developers conceded that illegal fishing operations can turn off their satellite trackers, which could limit the usefulness of the program.

Developed by Google and SkyTruth programmers, it uses Google’s data-analysis facilities to parse huge amounts of information and visualise where fishing is occurring around the globe.

The project was undertaken by Google Earth Outreach program, which works with nonprofits to find ways the Mountain View, California, company’s infrastructure can be used to meet global challenges. The Global Fishing Watch project stemmed from a demonstration at a developer conference showing how much data could be visualised in a browser.

“The data set we used was shipping because it was a beautiful data set, but as soon as we put it up there people started picking up patterns. And people started saying what if we could just pick out fishing? What would that mean? What would it enable?” said Brian Sullivan, project manager at Google Ocean & Earth Outreach program.

The developers said the program would be available for public use in 2015 or 2016, depending on funding.

Overfishing is a growing concern world-wide, with around 30 per cent of marine stocks overfished, according to the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization.

Five years ago, a study published by the World Bank and U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization put the economic losses from poor fisheries management and overfishing at up to $US50 billion a year.

Concerns about fish stocks are leading countries with large ocean resources to find ways to safeguard the resources–often while struggling to patrol large areas of ocean with minimal equipment.

One such country is the small Pacific nation Kiribati, which plans to ban commercial fishing in the country’s Phoenix Islands Protected Area from January 1 2015, and suspend commercial fishing in a second area to allow fish stocks to be replenished.

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Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, KeysKeeper, and the Lower Keys Guides Urge the FWC to Make Barracuda a Top Conservation Priority

November 19, 2014 at 5:30 pm | Posted in Bonefish, Conservation, Fishing, Florida, Florida Keys, Islamorada, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Recently there has been a slow but steady realization by many South Florida fisherman that the Keys barracuda population is in decline. As a result, Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, KeysKeeper, and the Lower Keys Guides Association are teaming up to urge the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to make barracuda a top priority on their list.  The Florida Wildlife Federation also strongly supports this effort to improve Barracuda conservation.

A survey of fishermen, fishing guides, and scientists in the Florida Keys and South Florida indicates that the decline in the barracuda population may be due to the unregulated commercial fishery and unregulated recreational harvest for barracuda. Much like tarpon, bonefish, and permit, there is little known about the barracuda. But, the limited data on barracuda that the FWC does have actually supports this observation. Their data shows that commercial landings of barracuda actually increased by 65% in 2012.

In addition to the importance of barracuda to the recreational flats fishery of the Florida Keys, they are also critical to the entire flats ecosystem. Next to sharks, barracuda are likely the top predator on the flats, so they should receive the same protection that FWC recently provided to many shark species.

Finally, since barracuda are known carriers of ciguatoxins and the commercially harvested barracuda become part of the South Florida seafood market (although frequently marketed as another species), there is considerable and growing concern about the health risks posed to consumers.

Before there is an irreversible population decline of barracuda, we believe management action is needed. BTT, KeysKeeper, and LKGA need your help to convince the FWC to follow the same process they used to address the bonefish, tarpon, and permit fisheries by obtaining the necessary data to better regulate the barracuda fishery, and to take the responsible and precautionary approach to implementing regulations that will protect the barracuda population while the necessary information is being obtained. Please visit to send the commission a note supporting the call for improved barracuda regulations and for the FWC to conduct a barracuda stock assessment. —– Bonefish and Tarpon Trust November 19, 2014

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Get a Double Shot of Capt. Bouncer Smith’s Fishing Knowledge This Week

November 17, 2014 at 4:39 pm | Posted in Fishing, Florida | Leave a comment
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Captain Bouncer Smith gives back on a regular basis but this week you can get a two-fer.  Tuesday Nov. 18th Bouncer will be teaching Bottom Fishing Wrecks and Reefs at the IGFA School of Sportfishing.  Thursday Bouncer will be teaching Live Bait & Kite Fishing at the Dusky Sport Center. In addition to his knowledge of fishing, Bouncer is well known for his generous spirit and his willingness to share. His easy going demeanor makes him and excellent teacher. One of the reasons Bouncer was inducted into the Legendary Captains & Crew is his regular support of conservation and children’s causes.  Pictured below is Bouncer helping Fish To Make a Difference 

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Bouncer supporting Fish To Make A Difference. Photo courtesy of Brooke Heddon

Bottom Fishing Wrecks and Reefs is the prefect class if you have ever had a slow day of fishing and want to improve your performance on the reef. You will learn techniques for catching snapper and grouper from one of the best bottom guys in South Florida. IGFA School of Sportfishing classes are held at the IGFA’s Fishing Hall of Fame: 300 Gulf Stream Way
Dania Beach, FL 33004. Classes are from 7pm-10pm.

Live Bait & Kite Fishing takes place from 6:30-8pm Thursday November 20th.  Weather you are a novice angler or an old salt you can always pick up a few pointers from Capt. Bouncer to improve your catching.  If you have never been to the Dusky Sport Center go early cause they have almost everything you need for fishing and boating.  Dusky Sport Center: 110 N. Bryan Rd. – Dania Beach, FL 33004

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Connecting With One Special Veteran

November 11, 2014 at 10:20 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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On this Veterans’ Day the staff at Guy Harvey Outpost would like to share a letter we received from a Veteran. This letter has moved each of us and we are honored to have Veterans as our guests.

Dear Anyone,

My name is Christian and I am a disabled veteran. I recently had an opportunity to spend time at the Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost on Islamorda. I have to say it changed my life. I am writing Mr. Harvey and wondering if he would ever be interested in opening a facility in the islands for veterans? I know its crazy but I spent 3 days there and I slept more in three days than in years. I felt at peace and I didn’t have bad dreams. I got to feel and smell and touch things without feeling anger or hate, I found my Jesus.. My wife Janet cried because for the first time in years I slept, and it was a beautiful sleep..

I bought a print of yours that hangs in my office at home.  I look at it everyday and it brings me.. Hope, joy, peace.. I don’t have a name like Guy Harvey but I believe your name can change the lives of veterans… The life style can release the anger and start the healing. I know this is a long shot and I don’t expect much but what if we could open another resort? What if we could give them peace? What if we could save a generation from suffering and give them hope? No matter what happens I thank you. I am staying at the Islander again in July… No matter what I thank you for sleep.. I can never repay you for the peace I feel in Islamorada.

I hope and pray for you.. Thank you, Christian




On Christian’s July visit he brought his family including his father (a former Navy SEAL).  We look forward to the family’s next visit.

See our response in the next Outpost Blog post.



Connected Warriors Gets Guy Harvey Outpost Support

November 11, 2014 at 10:07 pm | Posted in Bimini, Green Turtle Club, Islamorada, Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Dear Christian,

Thank you for your kind words.  We at Guy Harvey Outpost are moved by your letter and want you to know we are giving back.  Nothing like the sacrifice you and your family have made.  We will keep giving back.  It is not always easy to find the right vehicle through which to help a cause.  We have chosen Connected Warriors as ours.

Guy Harvey Outpost properties donated trips, art, fishing tackle and other prizes to Connected Warriors for their Annual Fundraiser this week.    We want to honor all of our Veterans and their families who give so much.  Connected Warriors provides Veterans and their families with free yoga classes.  Ongoing studies indicate that regular yoga practice is more effective in the long term treatment of anxiety, depression and PTSD than conventional treatments.

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Christian, thank you for your inspiration and for your enthusiasm for our efforts.

We all look forward to your next visit.

Take good care of yourself,

Your friends at Guy Harvey Outpost

PS. In addition to Guy Harvey Outpost’s trip donations, support for Connected Warriors our staff reached out to the broader Guy Harvey Outpost Family.  A special thanks to all those who jumped in with generous donations for Connected Warriors.  Among those who answered the call when we asked for contributions for our Veterans were:

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Tito’s Handmade Vodka

The Islander Resort, a Guy Harvey Outpost

The Green Turtle Club, a Guy Harvey Outpost Expedition Lodge

The Bimini Sands Resort & Marina, a Guy Harvey Outpost Expedition Lodge

Moyes Big Game Tactical Fishing Lures

LMR Custom Tackle

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