One Day of Ocean Sport Fishing
The Gulf of México waters off the coast of Veracruz offers some excellent sport fishing. Depending on the season, you may catch marlin, tarpon, dorado, sailfish, amberjack, kingfish, and more. Depending on the type of fish caught, it might be catch & release. If so, don’t worry, you can still get your “trophy photo” with your big catch before you let it go. A professional English/Spanish speaking ocean fishing guide is also the Veracruz state representative for the International Gaming Fish Association. He has had years of experience in catching, tagging, and releasing fish up and down the coast of Mexico as well as in the waters off the east coast of the United States.
In the early morning, your Veracruz fishing guide will pick you up at your hotel in the city of Veracruz or Boca del Rio to take you to the marina. After some brief instructions, you will motor out with your party of up to 4 people. You can bring on board your own food/snacks and drinks of your choice. There will be a cooler on board with ice for storage.
The best months for Tarpon are mid-April thru mid-June. The summer months are good for catching Marlin, Sailfish, Dorado, Dolphin, and Maco Sharks. Any time of the year is good to catch bottom feeders such as Red Snapper and Mud Snapper.
Trip includes your professional fishing guides, all fishing gear, bait, and a cooler with ice to store any drinks and food you decide to bring.
Trip Fee: $750 USD per group of up to 4 fishermen
Included in Tour FeeProfessional fishing guide, all fishing gear, bait, and a cooler with ice to store any drinks and food you decide to bring
Not Included in Tour FeeDrinks & snacks, tips for your fishing guide and his assistant
What to Bring
- Suntan lotion
- Soft soled shoes (deck shoes, sneakers)
- Hat for protection from the tropical sun
- A rain poncho or umbrella (just in case)
- 48 or more hours prior to trip - 100% refund
- 24-47 hours prior to trip - 50% refund
- 0-24 hours prior to trip - no refund
- Full refund if your fishing guide deems it necessary to cancel the trip because of inclement weather