Fort-de-France, Martinique (MQUE)
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The captain and the boat where very good. I can everybody recommend this boat and crew.
Bram De Leeuw van Weenen
Très bons souvenirs de cette partie, tout était impeccable et très professionnel (nous étions le seul bateau à avoir prit du poisson).Nos rêves se sont réalisés. Nous recommandons.
Het was een super leuke vistrip, boot uitstekend met ruim achterdek, bemanning zeer gedreven om je zoveel mogelijk te laten vangen zeker een aanrader
Koos van Geest
Sehr nette und hilfsbereite Crew!
Wir wurden sogar von unserem Hotel abgeholt und nach der Angeltour wieder zurück gefahren.
War ein tolles Erlebnis!
Puerto de Los Cristianos, Tenerife (ES)
The Striped Bass (Morone Saxatilis) is a very popular fish found in the Atlantic waters of Maryland, Rhode Island, South Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Virginia and New Hampshire (Eastern North America). They have a silvery body with dark stripes running from the gills to the tail. Striped bass grow to 20 to 40 pounds (9–20 kg) with an average length of 20 to 35 inches (50–90 cm).
The tarpon (Megalops atlanticus) is a silver coloured predator who loves hunting for fish and crustaceans in lagoons, rivers, ports, estuaries and other shallow waters. They inhabit the coastal waters in the Atlantic Ocean from Florida to Argentina. Tarpon can grow up to 2,5m and weigh over 150 kg (350 lb).
The common pandora (Pagellus erythrinus) is a type of snapper, common in the Meditarranea Sea, but is also present in the eastern Atlantic coastal areas from Cape Verde to Scandinavia. The biggest pandora can grow up to 50cm (20 inch).
The Little tunny or False Albacore (Euthynnus alletteratus) is easily identified by the dark spots under its pectoral fins. They like warm temperate and tropical waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The larger Little Tunny weigh up to 35lb and can reach 1,2m.
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.
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.
Squid fishing is a style that has been adapted to target these tricky saltwater animals. You will be using a technique almost the same as the normal spin fishing technique.
Casting out and slowly retrieving the squid jig with different speeds and retrieval styles.
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.
Trolling is a fishing technique where one or more fishing lines, baited with lures or natural bait, are drawn behind a moving boat. Trolling can be done both in-shore and off-shore.
The trolling speed depends on the type of bait and the fish species. Where tuna and marlin like a speed of 6 to 10 knots, other species such as dentex or seabass should be targeted with a trolling speed of 3-4 knots maximum.
Spin Fishing is a technique of fishing that is used to target fish that are usually close to the top of the water. Throwing a lure of any description and retrieving it in a variety of different speeds and rhythms to produce a bite from a nearby fish.
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