Reports

Family thing

  • Posted on: 19 April 2013
  • By: Captain

Fishing is definately a family thing. Take yesterday´s trip for example. Mrs. Beeli went out with her family on a 4 hour trip and they caught various types of fish. Look at the little one proud of his catch.

Fishing, a thing for two.

  • Posted on: 17 April 2013
  • By: Captain

Steven Woffinden Big Game Fishing in MadeiraMr Steven and Mrs Sarah Woffinden, are a couple that we have pleasantly had with us in the last few years. This year we mixed some bottom Fishing with some Trawling.
On the 11/04/2013 they went out on a 7 hour trip,in which we done bottom fishing and big game, they caught various typical bottom species and also lost 2 Tunas.

200lbs Tuna

  • Posted on: 11 April 2013
  • By: Captain

Tuna Big Game Fishing It seems the younger generation is showing how Big Game Fishing is done. Yesterday Morning, Passionate angler Steve Hunter, joined us once again but this time it was his 10 year old son that stiked a fish. He reeled in a 200 lbs Tuna. Well done young man!

Season Pointers

  • Posted on: 11 April 2013
  • By: Captain

Captain José spotted several schools of Tuna. Unfortunately no strike on last Tuesday. The water temperature has risen to 21C, good news for fishing. The reason being is that most of the species that we target, swim in warm waters. Hopefully Marlin will be coming in earlier this year. Everything seems to pointing out a good Season.

140lbs Tuna

  • Posted on: 7 April 2013
  • By: Captain

Choppy WeatherThe weather in the last few days has been inconstant, therefore not all anglers enjoy a choppy wave. Yesterday Mr Shapkin Ross, went out on a 4h Trip abourd Our Mary. After an hour trawling the strike hit, giving him a fight with a beauty, a 140 lbs Tuna.

Tuna Kick off

  • Posted on: 21 March 2013
  • By: Captain

Mr. Peter AndersonWeather conditions, have not been the best with Winter being stubborn to leave. Rain, wind and choppy waves have lately not let us go out for trips. In the begining of this week, Mr. Peter Anderson went on a 4 hour Private Charter and what a trip it was.

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