Which is Better?
Sometimes called deep sea or open water fishing, is fishing in deep water (more than 30 meters) and about 20 miles distance from shore, therefore a 25 feet boat or bigger is recommended.
Target Fish: Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, Striped Marlin & Sailfish, Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Grouper, Amberjack
Inshore fishing takes place in water up to thirty meters deep. Since the waters are calmer, the requirements for a fishing vessel are less intense, and boats could be smaller and basic.
Target fish: Roosterfish, cubera, snapper, corvina, mackerel, jack crevalle.
A qualified deep sea fishing boat will take you to the best fishing spots and provide the correct bait for the fish that you want to catch. Fishing licenses are required each year and do not cost much.
All good boats practice catch and release on all bill fish to ensure good fishing to the future generations. There are restaurants that will cook your catch when you bring in Mahi Mahi or Tuna. Come prepared. Bring sunglasses and a hat or visor. Be sure to drink plenty of water while on the boat. Don’t forget sunscreen; even if you stay in the shade, the glare off the water can give you sunburn. And don’t forget to bring your camera. After all, you’ll want photographic proof of your big catch!
No matter if you are fishing for the first time, or are a tournament angler, our crew offer world-class sport fishing that is great for everyone!
We take seriously our ocean conservation environment, for this reason all our fishing boats practice conservation fishing such as Catch and release and Tag and Release on billfish species.