Many people plan their Blowing Point getaway around the chance to get out and do some fishing. There are numerous ways to do so, from days-long deep sea excursions with a well reputable company to the possibility of hiring a local fisherman for a few hours out on his or her boat.
Before you head out, make sure you have purchased your fishing permit from the Department of Fisheries and Marine Services. The cost is $30(USD) or $80(ECD) per person, and does not include lobster trapping or spearfishing. This is always illegal. If you decide to hire a fishing charter, they will typically handle obtaining the permits for you.
If you are considering spending some time with a rod in your hand, there are 3 charter fishing operators that can help you find the best fishing spots.
If you're ready to get in contact with a fishing charter, you might want to check with Shoal Bay Scuba Fishing. Deep Sea Fishing If you're planning a deep sea fishing excursion, one to four guests is recommended maximum, but the choice is yours. They are located in Blowing Point.
Another option is Ed Carty. If you're looking for a knowledgeable captain, sign up for a trip with Ed Carty. He has been operating in the area for decades and specializes in tuna. You can call them at (264) 497-2337.
Still another option is No Mercy. No Mercy is first and foremost a fishing charter company with a captain who has experience in catching a variety of deep sea fish. Other charters can be arranged, including straight sailing and tubing. They're located within Blowing Point.
The chart below summarizes some details concerning fishing charters operating in this area.
|Ed Carty||(264) 497-2337||1.7 mi. North of Central Blowing Point|
|No Mercy||(264) 235-6283||1.7 mi. North of Central Blowing Point|
|Shoal Bay Scuba Fishing||(264) 235-1482||1.4 mi. North of Central Blowing Point|
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