Due to the volcanic nature of the island, the underwater drop-off area--where fish are known to congregate--is only 2 miles off the coastline. You'll be fishing before you know it, with our diesel powered boats, all of which are tournament rigged with the very best fishing equipment. As you troll, you and your fellow fishermen will take turns in the fighting chair, switching about every 10-15 minutes.
Typically, the best time for catching wahoo and dorado is from February to May. August to December is best for blue marlin, sailfish, and yellow fin tuna. However, these fish inhabit the waters of St. Lucia year round, making for an exciting day any time of the year.
Your captain and crew strongly believe in conservation and, thus, strictly practice catch-and-release of all billfish, so make sure you bring your camera to show off your catch to everyone back home.
Departures: 08:15 AM,
Meeting instructions: Specific pick up or taxi instructions will appear on your voucher after you purchase your trip.
Special instructions: - Deep Sea fishing means all poles are held in place by rod holders until a fish takes the bait. At that point, the mate or captain will set the hook, then hand the pole to the angler once the angler is seated in the fighting chair.
- We suggest that you bring sunscreen, polarized sunglasses, a hat, and your camera.
- There is shade and a restroom on board the boat.
- Beer, soft drinks, bottled water, and light snacks are provided.
- Every day may be a fishing day, but not necessarily a catching day. Catching fish is not guaranteed.
- Cruise ship passengers will be met near the cruise ship pier. Hotel guests will be required to take a taxi to the Vigie Marina in Castries. The length and cost of the taxi ride will be determined by the location of your hotel.