Island Life Tours - 18'
Island Life Tours have perfected the game of fishing in and around Freeport, the Bahamas. The Islands of the Bahamas are abundant with some of the greatest deep sea and reef fishing opportunities. If you are looking for some fun time with your friends and family on your next holidays, you have found the right place.
Join a Bahamian native captain, a truly passionate and dedicated fisherman, and explore the aquatic opportunities. Would you like to spear a lobster or fish? Or take a dip in the morning waters to check the aquatic life down there? Or maybe you want to catch the bite, bottom fishing and heading to the coral reefs?
Island Life Tours stays on top of the game aboard their 18’ Seacraft center console. This boat comes powered by a 200 HP Yamaha engine and can take up to 5 anglers. The captain has a perfect command of his Garmin navigational electronics, that help him save more time while searching for the fish.
Whichever type of fishing you decide to try, you can rest assured it will be as thrilling as it is productive for anglers of all skill levels. If you want to be a real hunter, test yourself in spearfishing. If you don’t want to get too wet, stay on the boat and go for bottom fishing, trolling, spinning, jigging, and many more methods.
Head out to deep blue waters and go after big fish. We’re talking Sailfish, Marlin, Snapper, and Tuna. The bite is good throughout the year so there is always something in season for you to target in the Atlantic Ocean. Think of Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi, Silvery Grunt, Hogfish, Triggerfish, and many other species!
Island Life Tours will take care of all the necessary equipment you may need during your trip. You will be provided with Penn International rods, reels, tackle, and lures, as well as spearfishing equipment.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About the Charter Operator
About this listing
Seacraft (Center console) originally built in 1980, and restored in 2007. Powered by a 200HP Yamaha engine.
Types of Fishing
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