Greece Fishing Charters

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Top Fishing Charters in Greece

Greece: 30 fishing charters available

Pirate Fishing Tours
Pirate Fishing Tours

Santorini • 36 ft • 5 persons

Famous worldwide for its awe-inspiring natural beauties, the volcanic Santorini is non less recognized among passionate anglers for its reel-screaming action.

"Captain Makis and his first mate llias were great! First communication before the trip was phenomenal." —⁠ Keith,
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trips fromUS $643
GoFishing Charters – Bullet 650
GoFishing Charters – Bullet 650

Pantanassa • 22 ft • 4 persons

GoFishing Charters runs angling trips out of Pantanassa and offers to show you what the local fishery is all about.

"Good moment spent with Konstantinos the Captain, he showed us..." —⁠ EMRINGER,
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trips fromUS $429
GoFishing Charters – Smart 480
GoFishing Charters – Smart 480

Pantanassa • 16 ft • 2 persons

GoFishing Charters invites you aboard for a wonderful fishing trip in Greece.

"The one day of my vacation it rained on the day I planned for fishing!" —⁠ Sara,
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trips fromUS $493
Epic Boat Tour
Epic Boat Tour

Pireas • 79 ft • 10 persons

Spend the day with Epic Boat Tour and find out what the fishing in Pireas is all about!
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trips fromUS $2,144
Epic Boat Luxury Fishing And Sea Tours
Epic Boat Luxury Fishing And Sea Tours

Salamina • 79 ft • 10 persons

Looking for an unforgettable adventure that you’ll never forget?
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trips fromUS $2,144
Skevos Fishing Trip Rhodes
Skevos Fishing Trip Rhodes

Rodos • 32 ft • 10 persons

Skevos Fishing Trip Rhodes invites you on a fishing adventure on the scenic and rich waters of Greece!

"I went fishing with them on Thursday. I had an amazing trip." —⁠ Julian, Hesse
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trips fromUS $129
Ionian Fishing
Ionian Fishing

Astakos • 19 ft • 3 persons

Ionian Fishing is located in Astakos, and it was created with a single purpose in mind, to provide you with the best possible private fishing tour in Greece.
trips fromUS $1,501
Fishing Charters GR – Syvota
Fishing Charters GR – Syvota

Syvota • 27 ft • 4 persons

Just when you thought that Greece couldn’t get any better, Fishing Charters GR showed up.
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trips fromUS $536
Fishing Charters GR – Legrena
Fishing Charters GR – Legrena

Legrena • 27 ft • 4 persons

Explore the waters of the Aegean Sea with Fishing Charters GR!

"Great boat with a great captain, couldn’t be happier !" —⁠ Nicholas, IL
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trips fromUS $536
Exciting Fishing Trip in Athens
Exciting Fishing Trip in Athens

Vari • 31 ft • 8 persons

Varkiza has a fish with your name on it, so let Fishing Trip Athens help you catch it!

"The Captain and his helper Mike were incredibly friendly and knowledgeable." —⁠ Eero,
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trips fromUS $536
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fishing Charters in Greece

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Fishing in Greece

Always wanted to fish like a local? Hop aboard one of the many fishing charters in Greece. Local captains across the country offer up a whole host of angling adventures targeting world-famous saltwater species. You’ll be able to get your fish on in one of three fish-filled seas – the Ionian, the Aegean, and the Mediterranean.
 
Your target species tend to stay the same around the country. Mighty Bluefin Tuna are popular, and are often joined by Skipjack and Albacore varieties. Opt for a trip that lasts at least six hours to get the most out of your day. You can troll or try handlining – just make sure you bring a good pair of gloves! 
 
Tuna aren’t the only hard-fighting fish here. Marlin lurk around the islands during the summer months, as well as Swordfish, so why not opt for a full day Billfish battle? Trolling is popular and, on your way to the hotspots, you’ll likely bottom fish for Dentex and Common Pandora. 
 
If you’re looking to stock your cooler with a tasty Greek favorite, you can cast a line around the shorelines for Squid. These trips usually take place under the cover of darkness in fall and winter, and are a great option for families. Trips lasting 4-5 hours yield plentiful results, and give you time to have your catch cooked up in a local taverna.
 
You’ll find charters dotted all over the country, docked at local ports. Santorini, Legrena, and Paliouri are Tuna-fishing favorites, and Zante is a hotspot for Marlin. Squid lurk around Rhodes. No matter where you go, you’ll find a captain waiting to take you out!
 

Rules & Regulations

Whether you’re fishing alone or alongside a local captain, you don’t need a license in Greece. Some species are subject to restrictions due to overfishing, and your captain will tell you more about this. 
 

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Greece Fishing Seasons

January

January is one of the quieter fishing seasons in Greece, but you can cast a line for tasty Squid around the islands. Head to Chios to see ship models being carried by singing fishermen on New Years Eve.

 
February

Average temperatures are around 10°C, yet that doesn’t stop Apokries, a collection of extravagant carnivals happening around Greece. Things are picking up under the water too, with Squid being plentiful. 

March

Easter is a big deal for the Greek Orthodox, so keep this holiday in mind if you’re traveling in March (the date changes yearly) and plan your time around it. Under the water, you can hook the first few Dentex!

April

There are plenty of events to enjoy in April, from Athens International Film Festival to their Jazz Festival. And as for the angling action on offer? April sees Bluefin Tuna arrive in larger numbers, and Dentex fishing is hot.

May

Fishing in May remains very much the same as in April. It's all about Dentex and Bluefin Tuna! Skipjack Tuna are also on offer, and you can cast a line for toothy Barracuda, too.

June

The Athens & Epidaurus Festival, which begins this month, is a huge cultural event that draws crowds from across the globe. Under the water, a whole other event is taking place: the arrival of the first Swordfish!

July

Get into the Greek sunshine, it'll do you a world of good! Take in a show at the Hydra Puppet Festival or at the Philippi Festival in Kavala, or head out on a fishing trip, where you'll target huge Tuna and Swordfish.

August

More festivals take place on land this month, including Olympus Festival, and the Aegina International Music Festival. The waters around Greece are bustling with Tuna, Swordfish, Dentex...the list goes on!

September

Athens has an International Film Festival in September. Children go back to school, which means tourist attractions are much quieter, as well as the waters! Swordfish fishing remains hot, as does Tuna fishing.

October

Ochi Day is celebrated on the 28 so expect parades and celebrations throughout Greece! Under the water, you can go after the last of the Swordfish and Tuna, or head out at nighttime for a Squid fishing adventure.

November

November is the beginning of Greece's off-season. The weather is cool, the tourists are gone, but life goes on in Greece, and so does the fishing! Squid are popular, as well as Dentex, Amberjack, and small Tuna.

December

There are plenty of traditions in Greece around the lead up to Christmas – the cold won’t slow these guys down! Squid fishing is a popular winter tradition. Join in on the fun and catch a unique Christmas dinner option!

Greece Fishing Calendar

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Featured photos from Greece

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What anglers said about fishing in Greece

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Top Types of Fishing in Greece

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Top Fishing Techniques in Greece

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Top Targeted Species in Greece

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