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Un día excelente destacando el trato humano y su inmejorable intención de buscar la buena pesca. Mi agradecimiento a ellos y espero volver pronto.
Miguel Angel Ríos González

Alberto was great. Knowledgeable of the area. Went during off season so fish yield wasn’t that great. Lots of mackerel and baby tuna.
Gary Welch

We had a great time on the boat. It was very clean and tidy. The crew were very friendly and helpful. The fishing was excellent too. A faultless experience
Matt Carrott

Trolling for about an hour to start with - 3 bonitos and a barracuda to the boat , then fished at anchor for a couple of hours cathing black bream,red snapper ,puffer fish,parrot fish,trigger fish , then trolling back to the marina to finish the trip . Sandwiches and drinks on supplied .
Darren Williams

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A fishing charter is a guided fishing trip where you hire a professional skipper or guide to take you out on a boat to fish.

On a fishing charter trip, you should bring sunscreen, weather-appropriate clothing, comfortable footwear, and personal items like a camera and ID. Aa cooler for storing fish is a nice-to-have. On most charters fishing tackle is provided on board (check this during the booking process though). Feel free to bring your own tackle if you want :-)

The cost of chartering a fishing boat varies depending on location, duration, boat size, and services provided. Prices can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars.

Tipping on a fishing charter is customary and generally ranges from 15% to 20% of the charter cost, but it can vary based on your satisfaction with the service and locality of the charter.

Wear weather-appropriate clothing, including layers and a rain jacket if necessary. Non-slip shoes or deck shoes with good traction are recommended. Don’t forget your cap :-)

A fishing license is typically not required when chartering a fishing boat, as the captain or guide holds the necessary licenses for the operation. However, it's essential to verify this with the charter skipper beforehand.