Tuna fishing

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.

Tuna fishing

Equipment required for Tuna fishing

Because of the tuna species size and strength a strong rod, reel, line, leader and lure or hook is required for this fishing style. 

There is specialised equipment for this fishing technique and the reels especially can be expensive. The best saltwater tuna fishing reels are Shimano Tiagra, Alutecnos Albacore or Gorilla, Daiwa Sealine, Accurate or Penn for example.

Species to target when Tuna fishing

We have many different types of tuna:

Little Tunny, Skipjack Tuna, Dogtooth Tuna, Longtail Tuna, Blackfin Tuna, Albacore Tuna, Bigeye Tuna, Bluefin Tuna and the Yellowfin Tuna.

Best Places to try Tuna fishing

Best places in the world to fish for tuna:

Kona in Hawaii, Outer Banks in North Carolina, San Diego in California, the Canary Islands, Mediterranean Sea (Croatia, Italy, Spain ...) , Puerto Vallarta in Mexico and Nuova Scotia in Canada.

Best Tuna fishing Fishing Charters

My Way

4 27,89 ft

Dugi Otok, Croatia (HR)

From $333
FREE Cancellation 14 days notice

Robalo Sampeifish

4 19,69 ft

Boavista, Cape Verde (CV)

From $529
Deposit non-refundable


10 68,90 ft

Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur (MX)

From $2400
Deposit non-refundable

Super Panga Fleet

3 0,00 ft

Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur (MX)

From $539
Deposit non-refundable


5 27,89 ft

Portbou, Costa Brava (ES)

From $264
FREE Cancellation 7 days notice

Salento Fishing Charter

4 27,89 ft

San Foca, Italy (IT)

From $264
Deposit non-refundable

Cap Camarat 6

5 21,33 ft

Sitges, Spain (ES)

From $634
Deposit non-refundable


10 36,09 ft

Cambrils, Spain (ES)

From $100
FREE Cancellation 14 days notice

Sea Toy

5 30,00 ft

Isla Parida, Panama (PA)

From $1650
Deposit non-refundable