We’ve got together with our partners in Madeira and have come up with a super offer for some lucky anglers wishing to do some big game fishing in Madeira, targeting the huge Blue Marlin which Madeira is very famous for. August is a great month for the large girls and when we say large, we’re talking about fish approaching and exceeding 1000lb! Word has it from the skipper that there are many a fish this big showing up right now.
This amazing offer is open to any travel during August 2019. Our standard fishing holiday is a 3-night stay with 2 days of big game fishing.
- All flights from the UK
- Airport to hotel transfers
- 3 nights accommodation B/B
- 2 Days big game fishing with all tackle provided
- Lunch whilst on the boat
SAVE £400 PER PERSON for all of the above.
So if you have got a couple of days spare and would like to chase down a very large Blue Marlin, then this is the perfect opportunity to tick that species from your list. Contact us today to take advantage of this fantastic special offer before all our spaces are gone.
Destination – Madeira
Madeira is known worldwide for producing some of the biggest Blue Marlin to the magical 1000lb bracket and each year, Madeira enters the World Marlin Cup and so far they have won the following years, 1995, 1996,1997, 2015 and more recently 2016. So, if you are a true specimen hunter, we can’t think of a better place to head to for a fish of a lifetime. Perfect for a family getaway with it only being a couple of hour’s flight.
Madeira has over the past years produced some of the worlds largest Blue Marlin, which can be seen by the results of the annual July 4th Blue Marlin World Cup. If you ever wanted a chance of hooking and landing the biggest Blue Marlin of your life, there is no better time than now.
Species – Blue Marlin
Native to the tropical and warm waters of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans, Blue Marlin are among the most recognisable of all fish species. They are a striking cobalt blue on top and a silver-white belly with a pronounced dorsal fin and a long, sharp spear-shaped upper jaw where it gets its name from, the bill. Known for putting up a tremendous fight when hooked, these rare marine monsters are the holy grail for sport fishers around the globe and some anglers put some serious time and money in chasing them around the oceans.
Take a look at our Species Spotlight: Blue Marlin to find out even more about this incredible fish.
Blue Marlin prefer the higher temperature of surface waters, feeding on Mackerel and Tuna, but will also dive deep to eat squid. They are among the fastest fish in the ocean and use their spears to slash through dense schools, returning to eat their stunned and wounded victims.