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My girlfriend and I both love to fish and Toms Catch was an amazing experience for us! We did the 4-hour trip. It took about 30-40 min to get out into the ocean where our captain thought we’d begin catching fish. We were hoping for tuna but we heard it was more likely we’d catch either mahi mahi, barracuda or wahoo, and that was fine with us too. After getting out into the ocean, our captain found a spot to circle around. After about 20 min without a hookup, our captain studied the ocean, especially the currents and then set off in a different direction after spotting flocks of diving birds (albatross, I think). Then for the next 40 min, we hooked one after another, landing 4 beautiful tuna. Most were between 20-25lbs! We were exhausted but exhilarated at the same time! That evening the Japanese restaurant cooked our catch for us. My girlfriend and I relived that experience over and over for the remainder of our trip. One of the BEST fishing charters ever, and even better was that Tom’s Catch was one of the most reasonably priced of all!
We catch nice Tuna's , grouper and baracuda.
Great trip and a good captain Pincho.
Nick van Dongen
Good fishing and Paul and George were great!
Super Tour, super Boot, super Mannschaft. Jederzeit wieder …. Und dann ziehen wir den 100kg Riesen- Tuna den wir am Haken hatten auch ins Boot.
Gilt-head Bream (Sparus aurata) is a common species in the Mediterranean Sea and also in the Atlantic Ocean from Britain to Cape Verde. Popular in the Mediterranean cuisine, the fish is easily recognized by the gold bar marking between its eyes. The largest gilt-head bream are 1 metre long and can weigh up to 7kg (15lb).
The ling (Molva molva) is a common fish from the North Atlantic one of the largest cod-like fish. They are a popular species caught around the British Isles, Norway, Island, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and France. Ling can grow up to 2 meters (7ft) long and weigh 40 kg (90lb).
Just by looking at a roosterfish (Nematistius pectoralis), you can immediately tell how they got their name. Their trademark dorsal fin resembles a giant mohawk or the comb of a rooster. Beyond the dorsal fins, the rest of the roosterfish body is unique as well. The biggest roosters weigh more than 60lb.
The cobia (Rachycentron canadum) is distributed in warm-temperate to tropical seas (Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean, Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean). It is easily recognized by its flattened head and its dark brown body. It feeds primarily on crabs, squid, and fish.
The cobia can grow to up to 2 m (78 in) long and weigh up to 78 kg (172 lb). Cobia is a good eating fish; it has a mild, sweet taste to it.
Famous for its runs, - which is why they're also called the torpedo of the flats - bonefish (Albula vulpes) are the fly fishing favorite. They inhabit inshore tropical waters in Florida, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Riviera Maya in Mexico, Belize, Venezuela and the Seychelles, for example. Bonefish can weigh up to 19 lb (8.6 kg) and measure up to 105 cm (41 in) long.
Bass fishing is becoming a largely popular sport in the fishing industry. It is largely because the bass species are renowned for being such tough fighters for an angler. There are now many competitions for pro anglers to compete in as well.
Fly fishing is a unique style of fishing compared to most other forms available. In the past, it was a technique that was used solely for freshwater fishing but that has changed and it is now possible it saltwater as well.
The casting style used to present a fly is much different from any other form of fishing.
Jigging is the fishing technique where an angler fishes a metal lure, called a jig, vertically. This is opposed to spinnerbaits which move through the water horizontally. Basically, a metal lure is dropped to a certain depth (normally the bottom) and then reeled in with rhythmic, jerky moves to attract the predator.
Bottom fishing is probably one of the easiest methods of fishing, the technique is really simple, consisting in a rig for fishing on the bottom with a weight attached to the line, and a hook at the end of the line.
Live bait fishing is a style that is used to target large fish species by using smaller "live" fish species as natural bait. You will let the bait swim naturally to attract predator fish that might be in the area you are fishing.
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