Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of boat would I be fishing on?
Salty Spark, which is a modern 2019 Contender 24 Sport, with capacity for 6 passengers. It is a boat designed for the pleasure of fishing on the coasts of Puerto Rico. The boat is powered by 2 Yamaha 150 engines, with the color fish finder, GPS / plotter and VHF radio and all the prudent safety equipment. The boat are on their own dock 8 minutes from the entrance of Castillo San Felipe del Morro. Ready to go fishing.
What fish do you catch?
We catch a variety of fish like:
Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, White Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Barracuda, Atlantic Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish, Blackfin Tuna, King Fish.
When is the best time of year to catch fish?
Blue Marlin Season: June-November with the best months of the run being August-October. Average size Fish are between 150-250 pounds with 300-400pound fish around. When fishing for Blue Marlin, there is always the possibility for White Marlin, Longbill Spearfish and Sailfish.
Wahoo Season: November-April. Wahoo range from 10-70 pounds. Average size Wahoo range from 25-35 pounds with several 40-50 pound fish around. You can expect to catch Kingfish, Barracuda and Blackfin Tuna when fishing for Wahoo.
Mahi Mahi Seasons: North Coast November-December.These are the smaller "peanuts" found along weedlines and floating debris. South Coast February-May. Mahi Mahi on the South Coast average 20-30 pounds. There is always a chance to get into the 40-50 and even 60-70 pound fish in this run. Typically these fish are caught on weedlines and currents.
Tuna Season: Tuna can be caught throughout most of the year. Blackfin Tuna average in the 25 pound range. Yellowfin arent as common but are caught from 40- 80 pound range. Trolling, drifting over humps and ledges drifting live baits raises fish consistantly. Schools of Yellowfin are often found nearby Whale Sharks, which is definitely a show not to be missed.
Tarpon Season: November-May. Tarpon can be caught from 15-150 pounds throughout the season. Tarpon are commonly fished in the inshore regions where these fish feed. Snook, Snapper, Grouper and King Mackerel are also fished in these areas in these months
Who would I be fishing with?
You would be fishing with Chispa of first option, and an experienced Mate if necessary. If CAT is not available on the date you choose, we will be sending you a profile of the available captain.
What have you caught lately?
You can search my Instagram and my YouTube channel and there you will be aware of my captures. I do not stop fishing.
Still have a question?
You can contact us through our contact page! We will be happy to assist you.