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Fishing in Punta Cana
There’s a myriad of factors making Punta Cana fishing some of the best available anywhere in the Caribbean. It is undoubtedly the #1 spot for Wahoo and Mahi-Mahi lovers, although trophy-sized Blue Marlin hookups (especially during the summer months) as well as generous winter Tuna seasons are anything but uncommon. It is also one of the best places in the world to hook a White Marlin, with the species frequenting the area in large numbers from the end of February deep into the Summer. It should surprise no one that multiple IGFA records have already been set, and subsequently broken in these very waters. Above all though, it is the impressive diversity of fishing types, styles and techniques that attract thousand of visiting anglers to the Punta Cana shoreline every year - from lagoon fishing, reef ranging and fly fishing, to squaring off against some of the strongest deep sea pelagics the Caribbean have in store – Punta Cana has it all.
Macao Beach, Indigenous Eyes Ecological Park, Blue Marlin hotspot, Fun Fun Cave, Ponce de Leon Fort Museum, Golfing Paradise, Manati Park, Saona Island, Altos de Chavon, Prolific Tuna seasons
Rules & Regulations
No additional fishing license is required for charter fishing.
All billfish caught sport fishing in Punta Cana
are to be released.
Types of Fishing
Inshore fishing for Barracuda, Amberjack, Cobia, Fly fishing for Tarpon and Permit, Bottom fishing for Snapper, Grouper, Heavy-duty trolling for Blue Marlin, Offshore fishing for Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo, Dorado, Sailfish and more
What People Are Saying About Punta Cana
"Fishing CoCo1 (03-12-2017)"
Be prepared for rough seas and bring your own food if you like to eat a lot..
"4 hour trip with Captain Eric, Jake, and Haley "
Be prepared as I learned from my Captain Eric where the 2 bodies of water merge at the point by Punta Cana it's rough water generally all the time.
"Half day trip"
Know your fish target and keep fingers crossed on winds