Deep sea fishing

Takes place trolling (boat is constantly traveling pulling between 4 and 10 lines )In summer Blue Marlin, yellowfin, blackfin, big eye, skipjack and albacore Tuna plus Mahi Mahi and large oceanic sharks (tigers to 18 ft and bulls around 400 lb are common).  In winter the catch can include big Wahoo, white marlin, sailfish, blackfin and big eye tuna plus Barracuda. 7000 ft depths just 20 minutes from the marina so "lines in " usually within 30 minutes.

Prices
1/2 day (4 hours) US$1,700
3/4 day (6 hours) US$2,800
Full day (8 hours) US$3,000

Reef fishing 

Travel across the outer banks on the south side in a 42 ft Performance high speed boat (“Wahoooo!”).  This is shallow water (15 to 25 ft ) and a beautiful experience (you can even pick up a few lobsters in season) run time is approx. 45mins. These reefs are frequented by divers but very few fishing boats . Every trip catches some surprises. Here the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean.You anchor and catch grouper (several types) horse eye jacks , amberjack, every type of snapper, the list is endless . You fish the incoming and outgoing tides and deep sea troll during the slack tides.You also have the opportunity to see numerous whales in season in this area .

Prices
1/2 day (4 hours) US$1,700
3/4 day (6 hours) US$2,800
Full day (8 hours) US$3,000

Night fishing 

Departing an hour before sunset you drop anchor just over the Barrier Reef watch the sunset with a few beers and drop lines approx. 100 ft onto the coral heads . At night many more fish come closer to the reef to feed, it is a great experience to fish after sunset and all without missing your day on the beach .

Prices:
3 hours $1,700 

Note

Prices include: soft drinks, ice, beers and water, snacks (lunch on full days) all equipment (snorkels, fishing tackle, beach furniture etc.) plus bait.

All prices excl Govt tax and fishing License where required.

Cancellation policy: cancellation 48 hours or more prior to departure 90% refund 

Prices are subject to change without notice

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