Tropical Sportfishing Panama

About TSP

Fishing for us is not just Fishing – it’s a Passion
and a Lifestyle

Are you looking for the catch of a lifetime? Have you ever wondered how it would feel finding yourself in the middle of a feeding Yellowfin Tuna frenzy seeing tuna smashing into a declining bait ball? Have you once ever thought about hunting the illusive giant Black Marlin on the famous Hannibal Bank in Panama? Is it your greatest dream catching a Roosterfish once in your life or fighting the biggest Pacific Sailfish on earth?

Tropical Sportfishing Panama is the place to come to because we give you the solution you need to fulfill your greatest fishing dreams.

Fishing the Pacific waters of the Gulf of Chrirquí, Panamá is not just fishing. It’s magic. Its diversity in flora and fauna is one of the most amazing natural spectacles on earth. Whales, dolphins, turtles, birds and underwater predators come together to feed on their prey while we are there to hunt them.

We have the knowledge and experience to find your desired fish in this huge expanse of water. We have fast, fully equipped fishing boats and the tackle to compete with the biggest Black or Blue Marlin that swims these waters. We are young in age, we are enthusiastic and ambitious fishermen, we have the will to present you your favorite fish and we listen to your requests in order to arrange a personal custom-made fishing package.

Fishing in Panama with Capt. Thomas Brandsch, owner of Tropical Sportfishing Panamafishing from shoreline in Panama with Tropical Sportfishing Panama







Our team from Tropical Sportfishing Panama, Annika and Thomas are not only the first German couple to open a fishing charter service business in Central America after working as medical doctors in Germany. Speaking four different languages fluently allows them to deal with every English, Spanish and French speaking person as well.

They have fished the Indian Ocean from the Fishing in Panama for big Amberjacks & Yellowfin TunasSeychelles to the Maldives, further west in Kenya or to the southern Indian Ocean waters near Madagascar, as well as the Atlantic waters of the Cape Verde Islands and the Mediterranean Sea in Spain and France, they traveled to the North Pacific Ocean in Canada and finally visited Panama. After exploring the country and itsparrots in the tropical garden in Panama Pacific waters between the tuna coast of Pedasí and the Gulf of Chiriquí out of Boca Chica, they fell in love with the unbelievably great and sometimes unexplored fishing potential that the Pacific Ocean waters offer just to the south of Costa Rica.