This is the amount you pay to reserve your fishing trip date. The deposit, in this case, is a portion of the total amount to be paid and therefore will not be returned after the activity.
The remaining amount to be paid is noted as Arrival. You will pay this on the day of your booked experience upon check-in. This can be done in cash or via card unless your ticket states otherwise.
Your paid down payment, and the amount to be paid on arriving, will be listed on your E-ticket that you will receive after you place your order.
Tenerife fishing trips
During this 4-hour fishing trip on the boat No Limits, you will be part of a group of people with a passion for sport fishing or individuals who would like to try sport fishing in Tenerife. Whatever your fishing experience, you will benefit from the guidance of the No Limits fishing team who have been fishing the southwest coast of Tenerife for over 20 years. For this reason, No Limits Tenerife fishing is known as one of the best boats that organizes fishing excursions in Tenerife.
No Limits Tenerife fishing
No Limits’ boat is a 28 ft Bertram and is fully equipped with the best fishing gear on the market to give you the best chance of catching the fish you are looking for. There is also a toilet on board and a fridge stocked with soft drinks, beer and water for you to enjoy. Be aware, though, that you will be going out with fishing men. They will do their best to offer drinks but their speciality is more about fishing. So don’t be surprised, when they say should you want more drinks, you may take it yourself from the fridge.
The fish species caught in the surroundings of Tenerife
The waters around Tenerife offer Marlin, Tuna, Sharks, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Red Snapper, Grouper, Barracuda, Amberjack and many other interesting species. Catching something during a Tenerife fishing trip is not guaranteed although it happens almost every time. However, luck plays a big factor in the sport of fishing.
Fishing trip departing from Puerto Colon
The boat leaves the marina Puerto Colon in daily at 09:00 and 14:00 and heads out towards the deeper waters. When the fishing boat leaves Costa Adeje area, the crew will explain the facilities on the boat and the techniques used to fish these waters.
Fishing techniques in Tenerife
The crew are specialised in a variety of these techniques including light and heavy tackle, bottom fishing, trolling, fly fishing, spearfishing and many others. They are on hand throughout this Tenerife fishing trip to give you help and advice on the best methods to reel in your catch.
This trip includes all the fishing tackle and baits as well as instruction on the fishing techniques – troll fishing, baits, and jigging – used according to the season and weather conditions.
What happens to the caught fish
Depending on the fish species and size, the crew can judge what to do with it. In some cases it is catch and release and in other cases the fish is taken. The captain then keeps the fish or if it is a smaller variant the angler may take it along.
Eating fish on the boat
Should you be lucky and catch a smaller tuna, for example, depending on the time what is left and the weather conditions the captain may suggest to prepare it fresh for the people on board.