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Red Snapper

Bottom fishing is the act of fishing at the bottom of salt (marine) water or fresh water body. A common rig for fishing on the bottom is a weight tied to the end of the line, and a hook about an inch up line from it. Bottom fishing can be both done from boats and from coasts.

Bottom fishing is probably one of the easiest methods of all to learn if you are new to salt water fishing and want to catch fish. You will need to fish in areas where a lot of bottom fish species tend to congregate. The Caribbean islands boast some of the best fishing spots in the region and the waters here are world-renowned for their sport fishing and bonefishing.

barracuda

Bottom fishing excursions is an affordable and fun way for you, your family and friends to go fishing. Most well equipped boat and crew will have a vast range of experience which will guarantee that you will catch fish. This is a great fishing experience for beginners to seasoned fisherman. Take an enjoyable ride out to the coastal waters around Caribbean and try your luck at one of the many great fishing spots. Several kinds of sport fishing are popular among fishermen who fish in the Caribbean such deep sea fishing bonefishing and bottom fishing.

giant grouper

The beautiful warm coral waters of the Caribbean are a big attraction to sun worshiper's and action seeking anglers who want to hook a big fish. The Caribbean has some of the best sports fishing any where in the world. Try your hand at saltwater fly fishing, bone fishing or for the more adventurous; head out to the deep blue waters for blue marlin, white marlin, sailfish, mahi mahi, wahoo, barracuda, red snapper, grouper, swordfish, bonita, shark, green jack, jack fish, yellow jack, kingfish, tarpon, striped tuna, black fin tuna, yellow fin tuna and other bill fish.

The Caribbean Sea is the perfect spawning grounds for large game fish. Just off the shore, you'll find large schools of fish, from blue and white marlin to sailfish to mahi mahi, wahoo, tuna and kingfish. Bottom fishing is generally good year round, but there are certain times of year when particular kinds of fish are more plentiful. The best time of year to fish blue marlin, which is one of the most popular game fish, is during the summer months when the marlin is caught in record numbers. From November through April, sailfish and white marlin can be caught around the edges of the coral reef. Wahoo, tuna, and dolphin fish are also spotted in abundance during this time of year.

Go Bottom Fishing in Jamaica

You can charter a bottom fishing boat in any of the following beach resorts including Port Antonio – Portland, Montego Bay – Saint James, Negril – Westmoreland, Kingston – Capital of Jamaica, Ocho Rios – St. Ann, Discovery Bay – St. Ann, Treasure Beach – St. Elizabeth, Runaway Bay – St. Ann, Falmouth – Trelawny, Trelawny – Cornwall and Boscobel Beach – St Mary. All boat come fully equipped will an experience captain, crew, all gear and bait. Refreshment is generally supplied on board including bottled water, soft drinks, fruit juice and beer. Additional refreshments can be supplied upon request; this will be at an extra cost typically at local rate. When you get to pier to go on your excursion, everything will be ready for you; all you have to do is hop on and head out.


Call: +1876 771 9612 for a no obligation quote!


Bottom Fishing  |   Click Here for No Obligation Booking Enquiry

Cost: $50.00 USD | £38.00 GBP | €42.00 EUR | $61.00 CAD

Person per – per hour.

Include captain, crew, all tackle & equipment and refreshment.

Group discount available

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