I just came back from Panama. I was on a 4 day trip in hunt for black marlin and cow tuna. Unfortunately, we did plenty of fishing but not much catching . I have had a desire to go to Hannibal Bank for the last 3 years. I finally accomplished it this year and Hannibal Bank was dead. We did not have one hit in 4 days fishing the bank. I saw a cool collection of manta rays, but otherwise, the bank just had dophin (flipper type), bonita, and rainbow runners. What a bummer. The captain has been fishing there for 18 years, so he definitely knew what he was doing. The fish just didn't cooperate. We were in a Bertam 31, so the set up was not ideal for inshore fishing. We still fished near shore each day. We managed some nice cuberas to about 50 pounds and a couple large AJs to about 70pounds. I was surprised to see a cubera take such a large bait. The cuberas were caught on live bonita!! We also caught a roosterfish and blue trevally. The lodge, captain, and food was great. The snorkeling, even just in front of the lodge, was awesome. It was a true adventure as we saw plenty of monkeys (Howling and whiteface), parrots, iguanas, sea turtles, white spotted rays, manta rays, coral, fish, eels, crocodiles, coral, and stars. We stayed on coiba island itself Coiba Adventure - Welcome. We were served a 3 course dinner daily on the beach with our fresh catch. I wish all those going in the following weeks the best of luck!!! The area definitely is a phenominal place!! There are more fish pics which I will post when I receive them from others that were on the trip.