Roatan fishing charters offer an exhilarating experience for sport fishing enthusiasts of any level. A variety of charters with knowledgeable local guides take visitors to fishing hotspots using the latest equipment and safety gear. While trolling and deepsea fishing tends to dominate, opportunities for guided fly fishing on the eastern part of the island are also readily available.
Roatan deepsea fishing and trolling is just a few minutes from shore. Barely 1 km (1/2 mi) off the coast, boats drift over the reef into waters 305 metres (1000 feet) deep. Fish species include tuna, barracuda, wahoo, dorado, jack’s, mahi mahi, marlin, grouper and king mackerel. Sport fishers are in for more than just a catch. Guides create a truly memorable fishing experience. Some charters include a stop for lunch at a deserted beach and you may even have someone cook your catch at the end of the day!
Charters generally include all fishing gear and equipment. Some companies offer pick up and drop off, along with refreshments onboard. This is island time so don’t be surprised if your trip includes a break and time to snorkel the reef.
Travel tip: February and March are ideal times to spot a Whale Shark while you are on the water.
Go deepsea fishing with local fisherman Orville Miller – Captain “O”. Troll for Tuna, Wahoo and Marlin. Hook ‘Em Up uses top of the line equipment with a large selection of rods, reels and lures and can easily accommodate 4 to 6 people with their sportfisher fleet.
We at Roatan Ocean Adventures (ROA) are equipped with everything you need to catch the big one! If fishing is what you want to do while you’re in Roatan – then you have found the perfect place to give you the best trip ever! FRENCH CAY
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