Puerto Vallarta fishing tournament report 2022

66 annual Puerto Vallarta Marlin and Tuna Sportfishing Tournament. 
Congratulations to all the participants in this years Marlin and Tuna tournament. 2022 was the 66th annual Puerto Vallarta fishing tournament and the Marlin fishing was on fire everyday brought in bigger fish then the day before. 
 Congrats to the winners 
 Team Sea Hunter Marlin 567 lbs 
 Team Matador Tuna 180 lbs 
 Team Valhalla Mahi Mahi 34 lbs 
 Team EXU 2nd place Marlin 431 lbs.
































Puerto Vallarta fishing report August and July 2022

Hi Everyone Sorry for not posting for such a long time. 


We are glad to inform you that We will be posting updated Puerto Vallarta fishing reports starting today.  If you have any questions or you would like to rent one of our Private fishing charters please email us direct at info@puertovallartafishingreports.com 

It is has been a great summer of fishing We have been catching Blue Marlin offshore. The Team aboard the My Marlin caught one of the best fish of the month fishing on August 16. Due to alot of rain the previous days the bay was very dirty and they needed to get about 3 hrs offshore to find the blue water. The Team caught and released a big Blue Marlin estimated around 300 lbs slow trolling on a 14 hour fishing charter.  See video below. 




The Big Tuna are biting but way offshore to get to these Cow's you need to do a overnight charter 80- 120 miles offshore from Puerto Vallarta. Captain Steve had great 2.5 day trip aboard the My Marlin See photos below. 




July 16 Captain Cesar Perez won 1st place Mahi Mahi and 
1st place Sailfish at the 14th International Fishing Tournament last weekend held at Paradise Village Resort in Nuevo Vallarta. The Mahi Mahi weighed 40 lbs and the Sailfish was 71 lbs Fishing aboard the Tiliche





The Puerto Vallarta inshore fishing charters there has been a ton of action and the haul has been different day to day but the bite has been consistent with Small Mahi Mahi, Jack Crevalle, Roosterfish, Skip Jacks, Bonitas, and more small species.