No matter you like fishing as a sport or not, there are plenty of Caribbean fishing tours to suit you as the Caribbean is one of the world’s most popular fishing locations with some of the best deep sea fishing one can find. There are big chances for you to find whales and pods of dolphins during fishing trip; however do bear in mind that big game fish should be released for preservation reasons.

The variety of the waters – shallow shores, deep water, reefs, lagoons and rivers are what makes fishing adventures popular in Caribbean and Central America. In the shallow shores, there are so many bonefish that they can be caught from the shore or from a small boat.

There are variety of options for you to fish from joining a group on a deep sea fishing charter to opting for a full day custom-made private charter on boat or on a luxury yacht for deep sea or bottom fishing.

Some of the best Caribbean spots to catch bonefish are the Bahamas (Grand Bahama, Abaco, Eleuthera, Andros), the Cayman Islands (Little Cayman), Puerto Rico (Vieques), the US Virgin Islands (St Croix), the British Virgin Islands (Anegada), the Turks and Caicos Islands (Providenciales). In the northern and eastern sides of Aruba (January-April) such as the Dominican Republic, you may caught blue marlin and white marlin while go to the southern side of Aruba such as Costa Rica, you will find sailfish (September-November is best). It’s one of the best tarpon fishing spots – you might caught a monster.

Meanwhile, Puerto Rico (Mayaguez, Fajardo), St Lucia (Soufriere), the Virgin Islands (St Thomas, Tortola) are the best spot for sport fishing. 

In addition to that, there are many sponsored fishing tournaments year-round in the Cayman Islands organized by the Cayman Islands Angling Club and Rotary Club.