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Sea Fishing in Delta del Ebro - Find and Book your Charter

Fishing in Delta del Ebro and its surrounding landscape offers unique and exceptional conditions. It’s in this area that the Mediterranean Sea meets the Ebro River, joining together to create an ideal place for fishing. This area has lots of charm and is rich in its variety of marine species.

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Considering this, it’s no wonder that the Delta del Ebro is considered one of the best places for fishing along the Catalan coast, if not the very best place along all of Spain’s Mediterranean coast.


Spring: During springtime, the Delta del Ebro begins to come alive with freshwater and saltwater species (and also, an increase of plankton-feeding small species that are eaten by larger predators). During April and May, you can start to practice trolling and jiggling to catch bluefin tuna and little tunny. It’s also a good time to catch leerfish and bluefish using a small barracuda or a garfish at depths of 7-15m.

Summer: This is the best time of year for fishing in the Delta del Ebro. During July, August and September, the waters are full of activity as seagulls fly above. Again, the fishing will be in both freshwater and saltwater, and it’s a good time to fish bluefin tuna just offshore. Closer to the coast, you can try trolling with natural bait (squid or mackerel) to catch barracuda, bluefish, dentex or leerfish.

Autumn: Fishing in Delta del Ebro during autumn is an excellent time of year, particularly for trolling along the coast with small lures and feathers to catch mackerel, melva, little tunny and dolphinfish usually in waters 40-50m deep. It’s also a good time to fish barracuda with a garfish to catch leerfish or bluefish in depths ranging from 7-15m.

Winter: During wintertime the marine fisheries are calmer. However, in good weather conditions, the Delta del Ebro can still be a very productive place to fish. The most common species to be found here are black spot sea bream, forkbeard, conger eel, Atlantic wreckfish and grouper.

During winter it’s better to fish in the River Ebro because, although the temperature is lower and there is a chance of storms, the river remains calm and sheltered. January to March is also an excellent time to fish for sander and catfish as the water is clearer.


Bluefin tuna: One of the most sought after species in the Delta del Ebro, bluefin tuna can grow up to 3.7m and weigh more than 600kg. Bluefin tuna are very strong and are well known amongst anglers for struggling when caught. They tend to dive deep, emptying the fishing rod’s reel.

When the tuna surfaces, you can use spinning techniques and throw larger lures so that when the tuna is close enough, poppers, stick baits and vinyl can be used to catch it. There’s certainly a lot of action when catching bluefin tuna and it can be spectacular to watch.

Another popular technique used to catch tuna is to drive a fishing boat at 7-10 knots and drag lures behind. However, perhaps the best technique to fish larger tuna is chumming, when you use a boat offshore and put sardines and mackerel overboard to attract the tuna. The best time to try this method is from April to September.

Bluefish: Bluefish are one of the finest species in the Delta del Ebro. One of the best techniques used to fish them is trolling, especially using artificial lures and natural bait such as small barracuda or garfish. Another technique to try is to fish using a boat in well-known areas, trying to provoke the fish to take a bite with stick baits, lures or poppers.

Bluefish can be found in the Delta del Ebro throughout the year but between April and October, they are found in abundance particularly close to the coastline and in shallow waters between 7-15m.

Leerfish: On the bucket-list of anglers and fishing enthusiasts is fishing for leerfish in the Delta del Ebro, as these brave fighters can reach up to 30kg! To catch them, you can use surface lures and poppers, but these large fish prefer a natural bait. Using espet/barracuda, needles and curricando, they can be caught in waters 4-15m deep. Leerfish first appear from early June.

Sea bass: During winter, you can fish for sea bass throughout the day with vinyl line in the river. If you catch a female sea bass, it’s advisable to drop it back as the females are breeding at this time of the year. The sea bass is most active during the morning and at dusk.

Catfish: As a freshwater fish, fishing for catfish in the Delta del Ebro will be concentrated upstream. Catfish go for bait and pellets (a manufactured bait that’s compressed with fish food) and they tend to be out during dusk and nighttime.

You can fish either from the shore or from a boat using well-chosen and strategically placed mounts. Catfish can be caught throughout the year, although the best time is from April to November when the water is usually above 12°C.


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1. Choose when and how long you'd like to fish

2. Fill out the booking form and pay the deposit on the safe payment page

3. Withing 24h you'll receive a booking confirmation via e-mail with the departure time, meeting point with the captain and his phone number.

What happens in case of bad weather?

In case of bad weather the captain will try to find an alternative day or you get a full refund. See the general conditions that apply to all trips.


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