What Will I Catch?

Here in the Turks and Caicos Islands we tell the season by the types of fish we are catching. Take a look at the chartto see what will be biting during your trip.

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Blue Marline

Turks & Caicos Islands’ blue marlin are caught in a wide range of sizes which s opportunities for light tackle and fly fisherman. From the full moon of May to the full moon of September blue marlin are practically guaranteed in the calm waters off Provo, Turks & Caicos Islands.

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Wahoo

Possibly the worlds fastest swimmer, this torpedo like fish strikes at lightening speeds and makes spectacular high speed runs, fish around 100lbs are common!

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Mahi-Mahi or Dorado

Their catches average 7 kg to 13 kg (15 lbs to 28 lbs). They are distinguished by dazzling colours: golden on the sides, bright blues and greens on the sides and back, making them popular with game fishers.

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Sailfish

November to April; less frequent between May and September. Sailfish are blue to grey in colour and have a characteristic sail (dorsal fin) which often stretches the entire length of the back.

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Sharks

One of the wonders of nature, sharks vary in size from small reef sharks of 5ft through to the Oceanic monsters of 18ft long and weighing 1500llbs

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Barracuda

Nicknamed the Sea Wolf, Barracuda are common both offshore and on the inshore reefs and grow much larger than those found in USA waters.

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Mackerel

Three types of Mackerel are found in our waters, these are the Large King Mackerel (Kingfish), Spanish Mackerel (common around USA Southern waters) and Cero Makerel, a larger more aggressive species of the Spanish.

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Bonefish

Sought after worldwide, many anglers focus entirely on this elusive hard fighting shallow water fish. Mainly fished on fly but also plastic jigs and lures, bonefishing was largely ignored in Turks and Caicos until quite recently.

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Tuna

Famous for Yellowfin Tuna, but Blackfin, Bigeye and Albacore are all common in the Turks and Caicos (often 5 lines will hook up simultaneously with 3 types of Tuna!)

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