Channel your inner fisherman for a deep sea fishing adventure in the waters off St Lucia. Relax aboard your charter boat, sip on soda and beer and get ready to wrangle your catch, which depending on the time of year may range from wahoo to Spanish mackerel. It doesn't matter if you're a casting novice or pro angler, all levels are welcome. You may even spot a whale or two. Round-trip transportation from local hotels is included.
4-hour deep sea fishing adventure off the coast of St. Lucia
Large variety of fish can be caught including wahoos, dolphin fish, tuna, marlin, barracuda and billfish
Beer, soda and fishing equipment all included
Complimentary pickup and drop off from most North Island hotels
Following pickup from your St Lucia hotel, transfer to a fishing boat for your deep sea fishing adventure.
Once on board, meet your experienced captain and make yourself familiar with all the provided equipment, including bait and tackle. Set out for the deep waters offshore and watch as the scenic coastline recedes.
Depending on the season and the day's conditions, your captain will choose just the right spot. Get as much or as little guidance as you like; this excursion is suitable for fishermen of all experience levels. Angle for snapper, cavali, Spanish mackerel, longbill spearfish, dorado, barracuda, kingfish, sailfish or blue and white marlin. June to August is a great time for billfish, February to April brings the added bonus of whale watching. November to February is prime season for tuna and dolphin fish and October to December is the best time to fish for wahoo.
After you've cast your line, sit back with a provided beer or soda and wait for the fish to bite.
Return to your hotel for drop-off after 4 hours of fishing.
Reviews by Viator travelers
It was okay, I wasn't thrilled with...
, Apr 2013
It was okay, I wasn't thrilled with trolling, I figured deep sea fishing meant that the lines would be deep in the water. The bait was re-used and not fresh, no chance of catching anything. The only thing that maybe was good was that I got to take photos of the island from the boat. 2 hours of rocky waves made me a bit sick.