Rincon, Puerto Rico

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Different species are available at different times of the year. The following is a per species list of what you can expect to catch throughout the year. Keep in mind that because of our warm waters most of the year, we can always be surprised by out of season fish!

Blue Marlin

The Blue Marlin run begins around the June full moon through the November full moon. The best months of the season are August, September and October. Our average size Blue Marlin is usually between 150-250 pounds. There are always some 300 and 400 pounders around. Some have been caught over 900 pounds. When fishing for Blue Marlin don't be surprised to find White Marlin, Longbill Spearfish and Sailfish. We fish for these on 30# and 50# stand-up tackle. Trolling artificial lures or ballyhoo are the most productive methods for hooking up with one these!



The Wahoo run begins in November and ends in April. The Wahoo here can range anywhere from 10 pounds to about 70 pounds. The average size Wahoo about 25-35 pounds, with several 40 and 50 pounders thrown in. Trolling for these with a little more speed seems to activate the bite. A line trolled in deep water off a downrigger usually hooks the bigger ones. We troll for these around offshore humps and drop-offs, always looking for clean, blue water. You can expect to catch Kingfish, Barracuda and Blackfin Tuna when fishing for Wahoo.





There are 2 Mahi-Mahi runs. There is one on the North Coast that runs from November through December. They are usually the smaller "peanuts" that can be found along weedlines and floating debris. The second run is on the South Coast and begins around February and ends in late April/early May. Mahi-Mahi on the South average about 20-30 pounds. You can usually pick up some 40 and 50 pounders, and don't be surprised to find 60 and even 70 pounders! You can find some on the West Coast, mainly following weedlines and currents. Due to lots of running and fuel costs, mahi trips we will only do on full day charters, plus a fuel surcharge depending on fuel cost.






Tuna can be caught throughout most of the year. Our most common tuna species are Blackfin tuna, Bonita and Skipjacks. Yellowfin tuna are sometimes around, but they are not commonly found. Blackfin can get to about 25 pounds and the Yellowfin have been caught up to 80 pounds. Tuna can be caught trolling, but the most productive way is drifting over ledges and humps using live bait such as sardines. When live baiting we use spinning rods rigged with 12#, 20# and 30# line. Schools of tuna are often found around whale sharks, which is definitely a show not to be missed!