Fishing in Trinidad and Tobago

There are a few fishing destinations that can pride themselves in being able to offer both world-class Tarpon and Marlin fishing prospects at once. Such are the waters of Trinidad and Tobago, which boast impressive numbers of other big game pelagics as well, double checking that every angler's desires are catered to.

Known For

Aripo Caves, Maracas Beach, Monster Tarpon, Fort George, Caroni Bird Sanctuary, Trophy-sized Billfish, The Carnival, Kimme Museum, Pigeon Point, Pitch Lake, 100lbs+ Wahoo prospects, Crusoe’s Cave, Asa Wright Nature Centre, Buccoo Reef, Superb Reef Fishing, The Carnival, Crown Point, Grande Riviere, Mount St. Benedict Monastery.

Rules & Regulations

No fishing license is required for recreational fishing. As of now, there are no daily bag limits set for any of the popular big game species.

Types of Fishing

Significant Sailfish Hotspot, Year-round Dorado and Wahoo action, Outstanding Tarpon Fishing, Schools of Massive Tuna,  Blue and White Marlin Prospects, Various shark species, Reef fishing for Jacks, Barracuda and Kingfish, Several excellent Bonefishing spots, Traditional Rock Fishing, Banking over shoals for Redish, Grouper or Carite.

Trinidad and Tobago Fishing Calendar