Where is the best Marlin fishing in the Canary Islands?
The Canary Islands are made up of seven separate islands which are Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, Lanzarote, La Palma and El Hierro. These Islands are all surrounded by some extremely deep water meaning that the big game fishing in these waters is very good.
What fish can I catch in the Canary Islands?
Canary Island fishing is phenomenal with species such as Tuna and Spanish Mackerel in abundance providing the travelling angler with the incredible sport. The Canary Islands is also famous for its big Blue Marlin fishing with the chance of a real beast being a possibility for any angler fishing from the boats. Tuna fishing the Canary Islands are fast becoming very popular
Will I catch lots of fish in the Canary Islands?
The big game fishing the Canary Islands is a specimen hunter paradise and when you are fishing for specimen sized fish you do not tend to find lots of them. If you are trolling for Marlin in La Gomera you may only see one fish during your trip, but that one Marlin may be over 800lb. When out Tuna fishing the Canary Islands you may come across more fish.
Is big game fishing tackle included?
All our charter boats in the Canary Islands include the fishing equipment for trolling. When big game fishing in the Canary Islands it is important to use the correct equipment our skippers and deckhands will make sure you are using the correct lures for Blue Marlin and Bluefin Tuna.
Can I book a charter boat with a family holiday?
The Canary Islands and especially La Gomera is the perfect destination we would recommend for anglers wishing to travel with their families, these locations are perfect for family days out with many things to for those who are not dangling a line in the water.
All of our holidays are fully packaged therefore you do not need to worry about a thing. Our team will plan and book everything for you. If you have any questions on our Canary Island fishing holidays you can contact us via our website or alternatively head over to our Facebook page and private message us. We also have a dedicated Saltwater YouTube channel with some amazing action from across the globe.