Fishing tour

TOUR DESCRIPTION

Full day Charters

Between Sixteen up to twenty miles South of Flamingo are two drop-offs where water depth increases from 360 to 2000 feet and more. This provides a complete ecosystem of sea-life. Predominant species include: Sailfish; blue, black and striped Marlin; Dorado; Yellow fin and big eye Tuna.

From 7:00 am till 3:00 pm.

Include:

Lunch, Beverages: Sodas, beers, water, tropical fruits and chips.

All boats provide a mate to assist you in the catch, release or cleaning of your fish.

Half-Day Charters

Five miles from Flamingo are the Catalina and Brumel Islands and a series of rock called the Sombreros. This area provides a year round abundance of: Yellow fin Tuna, Skipjack Tuna, Wahoo, Sierra Mackerel, Almaco Jack, and Jack Crevalle. A variety of Snapper including Pacific Cubera or Dog Tooth and Rooster fish up to 75 pounds.

From 7:30 am untill 12 Noon.

Include: Beverages: Sodas, beers, water, tropical fruits ans chips.

All boats provide a mate to assist you in the catch, release or cleaning of your fish.

Fishing Seasons

 

Marlin

Can be found every month of the year, specially from November to early March; then slowing from April to early June and picking up in the August and September.

Sailfish

Are also available throughout the year, with May through August as the top seasons. The slowest months are from August through November, with September as the lowest time.

Tuna

Peaks from August through October. Yellowfin and bigeye tuna are found at Catalina Islands , 30 minutes from the beach where schools of 12 to 20 pounders are abundant. There are frequently large concentrations of 40 to 60 pound tuna and there are plenty of 200 to 400 pounders caught every year.

Wahoo

Seasons begins with the May rains and peaks in July and August.
They are caught around rocky points and islands and occasionally offshore.

Rooster fish

Are available all year . The rooster like structure of the shore-line and islands where they┬┤re found in 50 to 60 feet of water.