For millions of years, man has developed and improved hundreds of fishing techniques. Find the most popular and refined techniques practiced by our captains and fishing guides. From Spinning, jigging and popping to deep sea fishing and spearfishing.
When trolling, the angler tries to raise a fish behind the boat using hookless teasers. Once the fish is there, the angler drops back a dead bait to a fish raised on a hookless teaser. Bait & Switch is probably the most exciting way of marlin fishing.MORE INFO >
Bait & Switch
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.MORE INFO >
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.
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Carp fishing can be said to attract and special and dedicated group of fishing lovers. The sole aim is to target this one fish species and release the fish unharmed. Carp fishing is done mainly on the bottom of the water where the carp mainly feed.MORE INFO >
This type of fishing generally requires a decent amount of travelling away from land. You will be fishing in potentially large depths of water but generally chasing tuna or marlin type species that live closer to the surface. Famous pioneers like Ernest Hemingway made deep sea fishing and big game fishing very popular. For deep sea fishing large, expensive boats and strong fishing tackle are required.MORE INFO >
Deep sea fishing
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.MORE INFO >
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.MORE INFO >
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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.MORE INFO >
Live bait fishing
Marlin fishing brings together all the ways to target this amazing predator. Marlin are mostly caught trolling artificials or dead bait behind the boat at a speed ranging from 6 tot 10 knots. This fish is a fighting machine so make sure you have adequate fishing tackle on board.MORE INFO >
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Pop fishing or "popping" is one of the most exciting ways to fish as you can witness all the action close to the surface of the water.
This style of fishing involves dragging a lure known as a popper across the surface of the water with a short sharp retrieving action. The lure slaps against the water creating a popping sound and fires up nearby fish.MORE INFO >
Shark fishing is a sport that combines fisherman against one of the oldest animals on the planet. It is an exciting form of fishing when productive and is usually done, but not always, by chumming the water close to your fishing grounds and fishing with an alive or dead natural bait.MORE INFO >
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.MORE INFO >
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.MORE INFO >
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.MORE INFO >
Tuna fishing is a fishing technique that brings together all the ways to fish this incredible predator. You can fish via trolling, spinning or jigging among others. Tuna is a fierce fighter, so adequate material is required to face this magnificent fighter.MORE INFO >