Sharks!

It’s the hottest time of the year on the islands, and the fishing couldn’t be better. So take a day to cool off on the water – there’s plenty of great sport to be had. Offshore the ‘big guys’ like marlin and yellowfin tuna are enjoying the clear, warm waters. And at this time of […]

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Captain’s Blog

How “El Nina” can effect your catch, catching Summer fish in Winter, and vice versa! As last Summer, Fall, Winter and now Spring have shown us, the “El Niña effect” plays dramatic games with nature. El Niña is the term given to temporary natural changes in ocean currents. Baitfish follow these ocean currents and larger […]

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Fishing in Spring

Expect large schools of yellowfin tuna and of course the blue marlin and tiger sharks that feed on them . Reef fishing This is consistent year round with grouper ; red snapper ; in permanent residence Sports fishing Should be excellent ; for mackerel ; jacks ; barracuda ; reef sharks: rainbow runners horseeye jacks; […]

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Flags

You may notice that around the world fishing boats return to shore, flying various flags ( know as hanging out the laundry ) . This is not just for bragging rights but is a long held tradition that pre dates two way radios . In days of old, fishermen would go to sea and fly […]

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