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Sea Fishing in Lanzarote
Based in Puerto Calero (Lanzarote), Lanzarote Fishing, is a fishing charter that specializes in Deep Sea Fishing, Big Game Fishing, Blue Marlin tag and release and light tackle fishing. It’s possible to share this boat with other anglers or boot it exclusively. This charter is perfectly rigged for the major fishing tournaments of the Canary Islands. Contact us for detailed information if you want to participate in one of these tournaments.
Tono, Puerto Calero, Canary Islands
Situated on a marine bottom with over 3000 meters of depth, the Canary Islands are constantly nourished by the currents of the Atlantic Ocean. There are plenty of off shore seamounts that rise thousands of meters form the ocean floor and stop short of the surface. The marine nutritional chain is formed by its huge variety and quantity of species of sedentary and migratory fish, sharks and cetaceans.
The Canaries are a privileged place for big game fishing. The Blue Marlin, the king of the ocean, visits the islands from June to September chasing the huge supply of pelagic baitfish such as mackerel, tuna and bonito. During the high season, several blue marlin up to an estimated 500 pounds are released every week. The bigger billfish can weigh up to 1100 pounds in these waters!
Blue fin tuna, yellow fin tuna, wahoo and dolphin fish are few of many species that can be captured in the Canary Islands.
The archipielago is also a paradise for jigging and spinning. The mixed bottoms with sand or other rocky zones give shelter to fascinating species, such as the Moroccan dentex, the amberjack and the grouper, among others.
A good option to fish on this breathtaking Island is to contact a fishing charter with a guide with expertise and knowledge of the area. Dpesca.com wants you to save time and effort, and therefore offering you a selection of the best charters available on the Canary Island.
Access to the Fishing Area
Boat and Captain
Capt. Paul Zubillaga fishes the Canaries professionally since 1998.
In 2002 “Tono” won the “Dia de Canarias” Big Game Fishing Tournament. In 2005 Paul and its crew won the Marina Rubicon – Marlin Cup for Champions, which classified them as representatives of the Canary Islands for the IGFA Offshore World Championship in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Lanzarote Fishing is member of IGFA and of the Bill Fish Foundation.
Hotels in the area
Hotel Garajonay** - this hotel has an convenient location, dedicated staff and its first-rate facilites makes this hotel a favourite amongst travelers.
Hotel La Torre del Conde*** - built in 1998, this hotel has 38 rooms and a views over the Torre del Conde Park. Rooms equipped with mini bar, safety deposit box, air con, satellite TV, telephone
Parador**** - an elegant 4 star hotel situated at a cliffy plateau overlooking the island capital of San Sebastian. 20 minutes walk to town. All rooms have hair-dryer, telephone, mini bar, air con, satellite TV and a balcony or terrace
Hotels in Gran Canaria:
Hotel Pasito Blanco – This is an attractive complex of houses, yacht club and marina lies in a sheltered bay just west of Maspalomas.
Hotels in Fuerteventura:
Barceló Jandia Playa**** - This hotel is 2 km from the former fishing village of Morro de Jable. Barceló Jandia Playa overlooks Jandia Beach in the southern side of Fuerteventura. It offers a fitness centre, spa, 5 swimming pools and rooms with air con, hair dryer, satellite TV etc. and private balcony with sea views
Sol Jandia Mar*** - The apartments of Sol Jandia Mar are located in Morro del Jable on the southcoast of Fuerteventura. It is 100 meters from the beach and has 2 swimming pools, squash courts and all rooms have a private balcony or terrace with beautiful panoramic views.
We recommend the Villa-Mar apartments: from 55 euros per night, 2 persons you can have a nice apartment only 150 m from the beach and very close to the marina.
---> Special Offer!!!: 7 Nights in Villa Mar apartments and 3 days fishing (5 hours per trip) is possible from 719€ per person. + Info
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My only complaint was that it was not really suitable for younger kids. My 8 and 10 year old sons were not given an opportunity to pull in the bigger fish - too small. Thanks for reaching out and asking. Regards,