Azores Fishing Experience is your best choice to enjoy some fine angling on the waters of Portugal. You will cruise from the north shore of S. Miguel island with one of the best guides in the area. During your trip with the Captain, you will also be able to admire the beautiful coastal scenery of the secluded beaches and coves.
Enjoy your fishing adventure aboard an 18-ft Argus boat, which comes powered by a 50 Honda engine. The vessel has a carrying capacity of five anglers and has a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots. It is equipped with navigational electronics, which include a GPS, a VHF radio, and a fish finder.
Azores Fishing Experience offers an exciting adventure on the inshore, nearshore, and offshore waters of that pristine part of the world. You will get an opportunity to target a variety of species, such as Great Barracuda, Amberjack, Skipjack and Albacore Tuna, Little Tunny, Bluefish, Wahoo, Porbeagle Shark, Dentex, Grouper, Bonito, and Almaco Jack among the popular catches.
The Captain is very familiar with the methods that work best in the local waters. You will be able to test yourself in light tackle, bottom fishing, trolling, jigging, and popping.
You can choose between four and seven hours on the water. If you travel with your friends and family, you can rent the boat and the Captain, bring your favorite fishing equipment, and have the waters all to yourselves. And if you want to concentrate on butting heads with the fish, then the shared trips are the best choice. You will be provided with Shimano, Penn, and Daiwa fishing gear and tackle to put your catch together. As well as that, the snorkeling equipment will be available for those who want to take a dip in those blue waters.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Argus (Center console) originally built in 2003. Powered by a 50HP Honda engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 22 knots.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since February 2017
A good gelly jack. Nice fish to eat grilled. Read Full Report →