You haven’t fully enjoyed the beauty and opulence of Croatia until you’ve gone fishing in the Adriatic Sea’s waters. Fortunately, there’s an easy way to fix that – simply book a trip with Predator Big Game Fishing and be on your way.
This charter company can be found on Murter Island, that is one of the best spots in the country to cast your line and reel in something spectacular. Your fishing platform for the full day trip on offer is a 27’ Shamrock 270 Mackinaw that can comfortably take up to 3 anglers to the best fishing grounds in the area. The vessel is decked out with top-class navigational and fish finding gear, which ensures that you will be on the fish and quickly.
When you want to take a breather from the non-faltering Croatian sun, you can relax in an air-conditioned salon with a private toilet, play your favorite tunes on the multimedia system, and just enjoy. While you are on the first line of fishing battles, the captain will provide rods, reels, and tackle that will be your trusty helpers, as well as a fighting chair in case you’re fighting something colossal.
On your to-catch list for the 8-hour adventure are all A-listers. Think Yellowfin and Bluefin Tuna in all its glory, as well as Swordfish, better known as the gladiator of the sea, and let’s not forget about beautiful, yet scrumptious Mahi Mahi and Dentex. You will have plenty of time on the waves of Adriatic Sea to catch a mixed bag of these bad boys, and chances are, the bite won’t stop as long as you’ve got the strength and patience to reel the fish in.
Another advantage of booking a trip with Predator Big Game Fishing is that you can bring your kids on an adventure as well, the crew will be glad to teach them the fishing basics. With this charter company, you get a well-rounded trip and memories you will always come back to with a smile on your face!
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Shamrock 270 Mackinaw (Cuddy cabin) originally built in 2008. Powered by a 315HP Yanmar 315HP engine, with a maximum cruising speed of 20 knots.