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Caribbean fishing adventures | Category: Fishing Reports

John Needham 2 months ago
#8382

Here fishy fishy, here fishy fishy...
John Needham 2 months ago
#8383

Ok I'm out in the Caribbean on a cruise and I've somehow or other been given the green light from the wife to bring a travel rod with me. We've done a few stops but today at Grenada was my first chance to wet a line.
Had a good session with about 15 fish caught but only 3 species. Blue spotty chap up above and the next two .

Here fishy fishy, here fishy fishy...
John Needham 2 months ago
#8384

We're in St Lucia tomorrow so might have time in the morning for a fish.

Here fishy fishy, here fishy fishy...
itsaboat 2 months ago
#8385

Great photos. Sounds like a good trip.

Not sure what that fish is. But I am thinking it might be a bartail flathead - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartail_flathead

itsaboat mate...Life is just a boat and then ya marry one !
John Needham 2 months ago
#8386

They're aggressive little buggers whatever they are.

Here fishy fishy, here fishy fishy...
John Needham 2 months ago
#8391

Well it's not quite gone to plan. Had a bit of spare time in St Lucia yesterday but I got pissed.

Today we had a trip out in St Kitts with plenty of time in the afternoon for fishing. It's a plan.

I'm sat in a bar getting pissed.

Here fishy fishy, here fishy fishy...
John Needham 1 month ago
#8395

Well not much of a fishing adventure eh? I did give it another bash in Antigua but the water around the port was really cloudy and to be honest smelt like a sewer which after walking around the town for a bit I believe it is.

Got back to a much cooler and greyer old Blighty this morning so it looks like being canal and river fishing once again!

Ooroo.

Here fishy fishy, here fishy fishy...
Jenry 3 weeks ago
#8429

I'm a Caribbean boy here. The two smaller fish are in the grouper class and they are delicious. They don't get very big and they live in rocky areas. You have to be swift when hooking them else they dash back into the rocks in a flash.

The other wierd looking fish, we call them Lizard Fish. They're extremely aggressive. They will attack any lure you throw, i've caught them on spoons and big xrap rapalas. Their meat is tough, so locals may throw away the head and fry the body. Most persons release them back.