Beautiful scenery, crystal clear waters, and a seriously enviable variety of big game species…when it comes to top-notch sport fishing, there’s plenty to place your bets on here in Agat, Guam! Come aboard Lucky Lady Fishing Charters Guam and get ready to find out what these fantastic fishing grounds have to offer.
Captain Joe San Nicolas is a local through and through. He was born in Guam and started fishing when he joined the Navy. From there, it turned into a lifelong passion, and he’s now been cruising the open sea in search of world-famous hard-fighting fish for over 20 years. If you’re looking for an education in top-notch authentic island fishing, then look no further—Capt. Joe loves sharing his knowledge and experience with fellow anglers.
You’ll be heading out on your adventure in a top-of-the-line 35’ Tollycraft flybridge vessel. The flybridge is combined with outriggers—this allows plenty of opportunity for you to reach maximum fishability! She can accommodate up to 6 guests. Onboard, you’ll find high-quality navigational and safety gear, such as GPS and fishfinder to guide you to the hottest fishing spots around. There’s also a full toilet on board, so you’ll traveling on the open sea in plenty of comfort.
As for the species you’ll be targeting? It’s all about big game fish! You’ll be coming face-to-gills with a variety of notorious hard-fighters, such as Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, and the mighty Blue Marlin. Your captain will help you refine or discover your favourite technique for battling these beasts, and there’s an ice box onboard to keep your catch in once you’ve claimed your victory.
Your trip includes top-quality rods and reels, as well as artificial lures to tempt your catch. Your captain will provide you with refreshments—after all, fighting these fish is hungry work! A fishing license isn’t required, so all that’s left is to come aboard Lucky Lady Fishing Charters Guam and prepare to do battle!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
Tolly Craft (Flybridge) originally built in 1975. Powered by 2 500HP Chrysler Engine engines.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since July 2014