Thanks to a low level of commercial fishing in the area, those who choose to spend some time on a fishing charter off the coast of Scarborough are almost always successful. You'll find snapper, grouper, and tarpon to be favorites here.
If you are thinking about catching some fish during your vacation, there are 3 charter operators that can take you to the best fishing spots.
If you want to get in contact with a fishing charter, you can check with Pops Tours Tobago Fishing. Pops Tours Tobago offers fishing charters for big game, reef, and inshore fishing for all experience levels from professional to first timers looking for a fun time. They are found in Buccoo, 4.9 mi. West of central Scarborough.
A second option is Grand Slam Charters Toabgo. Having been featured in Sport-Fishing Magazine and Marlin Magazine, Grand Slam is one of the better known fishing charter establishments on Tobago. Offering premium sports fishing charters, this company is one that you can trust to show you a good time as well as take you to where the catch is plentiful. You can call them at (868) 683-1958.
Still another option is Dillon's Fishing Tobago. Stanley Dillon of Stanley Dillons Seafood Restaurant offers visitors the chance to do a bit of off-shore big game fishing with their private charter, a Viking 50, then upon return to shore will cook up your catch for you. They're situated in downtown Scarborough.
Check out the following table to learn more.
|Dillon's Fishing Tobago||(868) 678-3195||Downtown Scarborough|
|Grand Slam Charters Toabgo||(868) 683-1958||Black Rock, 3.4 mi. West-Northwest of Central Scarborough|
|Pops Tours Tobago Fishing||(868) 738-8226||Buccoo, 4.9 mi. West of Central Scarborough|
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