19’ Mako - Island Marine Punta Cana
19 foot long Mako Bay Boat docked at Cap Cana Marina (about 10 minutes away from the Punta Cana International Airport). The boat is rigged with a conventional range of navigational technology including radio and fish finder, and can accommodate groups of up to 4 fishermen per trip.
As the trip focuses on discovering the inshore fishing potential of the Punta Cana area, it is primarily aimed at light tackle and fly fishing enthusiasts, as well as those tentative about prospects of deep sea fishing, or prone to seasickness.
Captain specializes in jigging and casting in the shallow waters of the reef-protected Punta Cana and Juanillo areas.
The base price for the trip includes a captain and well-maintained fishing gear. Beverages such as soda, bottled water and beer are included, although you are also free to bring along additional food and refreshments on board. 6-hour trips come with snacks included as well.
19 foot long Mako Bay Boat docked at Cap Cana Marina (about 10 minutes away from the Punta Cana International Airport). The boat is rigged with a conventional range of navigational technology including radio and fish finder, and can accommodate group
About this listing
Mako (Flats boat) originally built in 2007. Powered by a 115HP Yamaha engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.
25% deposit charged upfront by FishingBooker to guarantee your reservation. The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the captain on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods: Cash, PayPal.
About the Charter Operator
Member since December 2013
Punta Cana Fishing Calendar
Went fishing on April 20, 2017
A fantastic day with Captain Miguel on the 19’ Mako flats boat/skiff for inshore fly fishing. Was in to fish early, beautiful water and the guide knew where the fish were.
Very grateful to Lorraine at Island Marine in helping with the details after booking the trip.
Fished April 2017Fished April 20, 2017Carter Davidson recommends 19’ Mako - Island Marine Punta Cana
Went fishing on April 5, 2017
Very pretty area. Reservations and taxi booking went well. Was rough water day. We saw lots of fish but only caught four. I felt our guide was very knowledgeable for off shore fishing but wasn’t as sharp for the inshore trip. When the standard program didn’t work, he didn’t have a back up plan.
Fished April 2017Fished April 5, 2017Richard Smith recommends 19’ Mako - Island Marine Punta Cana
Went fishing on March 15, 2017
Fly fishing is not very popular in the Dominican Republic. So when I found a guide that provided inshore trips for Tarpon and Snook, I jumped on it with my fly kit. Didn’t see any Tarpon or Snook but caught about 10 pounds of Snapper and even caught a little two pound Bonefish. We were lucky to only have about a 5 knot wind all day. Locals say that’s very rare. So bring your weight forward line and prepare for a work out. All together, the trip was worth it.
Fished March 2017Fished March 15, 2017James Napolet recommends 19’ Mako - Island Marine Punta Cana
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