Paradise Fishing Lodge

Panama is derived from the native Kuna's language, which means “Abundance of Fish” or “Place of Many Fish." This entire region is known to have some of the best saltwater sportfishing in the world. This diverse fishery is remarkable. Plentiful baitfish bring thriving game fish species to the area.


Fishing at Paradise Lodge

Paradise Fishing Lodge

The prime fishing season in Panama typically runs from November through August; however, fishing is great year-round here. Fish for giant yellowfin tuna. Catch record-sized black or blue marlin. On occasion, the offshore fishing can be rough, but there is always good fishing around the islands if it gets too choppy. Paradise Fishing Lodge offers anglers excellent inshore fishing – snook, 20-to 70-pound cubera snapper, pompano, huge roosterfish (15-o 80-ounds), mahi-mahi, and jacks flourish here.

Boats, Guides . . .

Paradise Fishing Lodge

They employ experienced and professional captains who have generations of local fishing experience. Whether you want to fish and troll for giant black marlin and monster yellow fin tuna, or bottom fish for grouper, giant cubera snapper, roosters or amberjacks, just convey what type of fishing you want to do, and your wish is their command. They currently have six center console fishing boats - a 31-foot Contender, four 27-foot Contenders, and a 26-foot Bluefin. All are equipped with new twin Suzuki 175 h.p. 4-stroke motors.

Paradise Fishing Lodge

Paradise Fishing Lodge

Beautiful and comfortable accommodations. Private air-conditioned rooms with ocean-views. There is a large swimming pool, a swim-up bar, a huge hot tub, and spacious grounds. The main lodge has eight rooms and will house up to 17 people. For anyone that wishes for an upgraded level of comfort and privacy, they also have two new villas available. One of the villas has five bedrooms and five bathrooms; the other has three bedrooms and three bathrooms with a private pool. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available, and cell phones work well at the lodge.

Getting Here

You'll fly to Panama City, the Tocumen International Airport (PTY). The lodge is approximately a five-hour drive from the airport; this transfer is included in your package.


2017 Rates:

Double occupancy, price per person
4-anglers per boat:
6-nights and 5-days guided fishing
$3,270.00
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing
$2,780.00
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
$2,350.00
3-anglers per boat:
6-nights and 5-days guided fishing
$3,870.00
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing
$3,290.00
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
$2,750.00
2-anglers per boat:
6-nights and 5-days guided fishing
$4,900.00
5-nights and 4-days guided fishing
$4,115.00
4-nights and 3-days guided fishing
$3,540.00
Upgrade to Villa with three bedrooms:
Add $300.00 per night (NOT per person).
Upgrade to Villa with five bedrooms:
Add $500.00 per night (NOT per person).
VIP Royal Saloon Airport Service:
Add $60.00 per person.

Packages include:

Ground transfer to and from Panama City/Paradise Fishing Lodge; lodging at Paradise Fishing Lodge; all meals and beverages, including open bar, at the lodge; guided fishing, use of sportfishing gear, Panamanian Tourism Hotel Tax at the lodge, and 7% Panama State Tax.

Packages do not include:

International airfare to Panama City, Royal Saloon VIP Airport Service ($60.00 per person); overnight stay in Panama City, if needed; meals and beverages in Panama City; gratuities to your captains, mates and lodge staff; $20.00 departure tax, if not included in your airfare; and anything not mentioned under inclusions.

Non-Angler Activities:

At the Lodge, relax by the pool, explore the nearby white sand beaches, or hike the spectacular grounds. You can also arrange to go horseback riding or snorkeling. In David, tour the Museum Of History and Culture Jose De Obaldia, or shop and take in a movie at the new Mall Chiriqui. About two hours from the lodge, in the mountain town of Boquette, they have ATV tours, zip lining, bird watching and a coffee plantation tour.

Paradise Lodge

Located on 25 acres with 360 degrees of breathtaking views, you will instantly understand why the lodge was named “Paradise”.


Mahi mahi, the "common dolphinfish"

Paradise Fishing Lodge

The name mahi-mahi means very strong in Hawaiian. Once on a line, mahi-mahi are fast, acrobatic, and beautifully colored.

The threatening cubbera snapper

Paradise Fishing Lodge

With their large teeth, these carnivorous fish are able to tackle large prey.

Yellow fin tuna fishing January through May

Paradise Fishing Lodge

Yellowfin tuna often travel in large schools.

Six center-console fishing boats - a 31-foot Contender, four 27-foot Contenders and a 26-foot Bluefin.

Paradise Fishing Lodge

With all the top rods, reels and rigging.

Call 1-800-205-3474 for more Information:

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