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Fishing Charters in Jamaica


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fishing in Jamaica

fishing in Jamaica

Fishing Charters in Jamaica


QUESTION:
We have never done the deep sea fishing before and we are coming to Jamaica in August; my son (14) and husband wanted to give it a try.

I noticed that some charters may charge approx. 350 and up for a 1/2 day, is this per person?

Also, with only 2 of them going would they pair them up with others to make a full boat? Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

Also if you could recommend any reputable charters that would be great.




ANSWER: April 05, 2011 by Wellesley

Hey Anon,

Welcome to Jamaica!
Fishing, especially deep sea fishing, is a truly exciting adventure here so go for it!

Did you already review the article by Ryan on fishing in Jamaica? If not, take a quick peek now.

The $350 (minimum) you mentioned is usually for the entire 1/2 day trip and would be for everyone (not for single person) usually 5 passengers, on average.

Both full and half day excursions include captain, crew, bait and tackle.

Some excursions will carry snacks and beverages while others might not. I'd suggest you confirm (either way) first.

Some of the most notable fishing charters in Jamaica are:

Fish Jamaica: 876-965-0743 & 876-852-5166
Glistening Waters Marina Deep Sea Fishing: 876-954-3229 & 888-991-9901 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              888-991-9901      end_of_the_skype_highlighting
No Problem Sportfishing: 876-381-3229 & 876-971-5601
Resort Divers Deep Sea Fishing 876-973-6131
876-881-5760
Sea Shell Charters: 876-875-4167
Sea Wind Resort Deep Sea Fishing Adventures 876-957-9018 & 876-957-4514
Sport Fishing from Dive Seaworld at the Cariblue Hotel: 876-953-2180 & 876-953-2022
Source: http://jamaica-guide.info

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