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Some folks get to go out and do stuff in this COVID-19 Pana-demic. . Like fishing !
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Quite a few folks I've met here have gone down to Gamboa near Panama City to go fishing for Peacock Bass in Lake Gatun or Alajuela. They generally have a fun day emptying one cooler and filling a few more with fresh fish to bring home, as Peacock Bass are plentiful and hungry. It's something I've always wanted to do myself but just haven't got it together to do so yet. Recently I ran across this excellent article published by the Smithsonian Tropical Institute which explains their proliferation here and the devastating effect that their introduction to Panama has had on native species.
Two of three fellows fishing in the Rio Esti today near Gualaca were swept downstream in a head of water and are missing.