Fishing Grounds- Pristine and abundant waters surround your home base of Taveuni, Fiji. All the various prime fishing habitats are here and begin five minutes after launching, opening up to a vastness of virtually virgin fishing grounds in every direction. You can expect to find the Somosomo straits and out laying areas to be dotted with acres of birds and teeming baitfish, primarily skipjack, small Yellow Fin Tuna, scads, flying fish, mackerel and ballyhoo. Within the day range, anglers can expect to find all types of pelagic and reef fish as the topography is varied with ribbon reefs, pinnacles, islands, channels, outer reefs., Every direction is full of possibilities for an exciting, productive day of fishing. Depending on the angler’s preference and with some seasonal variability, they can fish for Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, Sailfish Wahoo, Mahi-mahi, and Yellow fin Tuna. For the reef fisherman who enjoys casting there is GT’s Blue Fin Trevally, Barracuda, Walu, Dogtooth Tuna as well as some other Brand X’s. So far he has released in excess of 3,000 GT’s
Your Captain: John Llanes is at least a 3rd generation fisherman who started fishing over 40 years ago at a very young age. He has fished commercially and professionally and has held his 100 ton Master license for over 30 years. During his Hawaiian career he has won or placed in at least 50 tournaments. He is an all- around fisherman for Big Game, light tackle, reef, and shoreline fishing. This rounded experience has given him the opportunity to professionally fish internationally including Australia, Midway, Fiji and his Hawaiian home grounds of Kona. He has been featured on televised fishing shows including ESPN as well as fishing books and magazines with the topics ranging from tournament wins, techniques for catching various salt water species and lure making. . All of that aside for, Capt. John. fishing is his passion and he is a great choice for the serious fisherman to have a fun day of fishing
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About this listing
Islander (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2014. Powered by a 200HP 2017 Yamaha Stroke engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 35 knots.
Types of Fishing
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About the Charter Operator
Member since September 2016