Fishing’s Jurassic Park- Article from Anglers Journal

Travel with us in this photo feature to the Tropic Star lodge in Panama, where the fish run large and the action can be spectacular.

I visited this iconic lodge in early summer for the fish and also to serve as a guest on an episode of Anglers Journal TV, the brainchild of John Brownlee, a noted south Florida angler, television host and no stranger to Tropic Star.

“You’re going to love it, man,” said Brownlee. “It’s like Jurassic Park. Full-contact fishing.” All true.

The Tropic Star Lodge is on the Pacific about 150 miles southeast of Panama City, on Piñas Bay in the Darién Gap, a dense jungle that runs to the Colombian border. The only way in is by boat or small chartered plane.

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