Fishing Excursions Tenerife – Why choose havefuntenerife.com
for my fishing excursions?
We have selected a handful of the very best fishing excursions in Tenerife to present to our clients, and of course, we sell them to you at below market rate! On all of our Tenerife fishing excursions you will have the best equipment and top quality boats crewed by Tenerife’s top fishermen, and a free bar whilst you’re out on the open water.
Why choose Tenerife for my fishing excursions?
Tenerife is a world renowned sport fishing destination. The beautiful landscapes, nightlife, sporting events, and a wonderful climate all year round makes Tenerife a great holiday spot. Moreover, the sea bed with it’s volcanic origin is home to a wide variety of big game fish species that include Blue Marlin, Bluefin Tuna, Swordfish, Bigeye Tuna, Yellowfin Tuna, Dorado, Wahoo, Skipjack Tuna and many more.
Fishing is great in Tenerife all through the year however, big game fishing season is considered to begin by April and end in November. By fishing with one of our expert crews, who are in the Canary Islands all year round, you can make sure that you reach the right spots where you will find the best fish.
Sea Fishing in Tenerife:
If you want to land the really big fish then you’ll need to head out to sea. We’ve selected boat owners who have the best tackle, friendliest and most knowledgeable crews, and all licensing and documentation.
With the expanse of the Atlantic Ocean so close, a vast range of marine life is within reach. For the experienced angler, barracuda, marlin and several species of shark should be top of the list. The most common are the tope, smoothhound, dogfish and angel sharks but the larger varieties such as the mako, the blue and the hammerhead are common enough to be caught regularly, especially the latter.
The list of potential catches is incredibly long but tuna, wahoo, dorado and rays are commonly landed. The majority of the boat operators operate a catch and release policy, especially on the larger game fish so you won’t be catching you own meal, although tuna is usually either cooked or sold on return to harbour.