YOUR GATEWAY TO THE SPORTFISHING WORLD

BLACK BOOK CHARTERS HAS RELATIONSHIPS WITH BOATS ON AN INTERNATIONAL SCALE. OUR FLEET IS CONSTANTLY MOVING IN PURSUIT OF THE MOST PRODUCTIVE FISHERIES DEPENDING ON THE SEASON

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MEXICO

A SEASONAL GETAWAY FULL OF FLAVOR

The best of the best flock to this Central American paradise. December through March some of the most renown boats come to enjoy the local food and fishing. Known for frigate birds circling bait balls of sardines with feeding sailfish, anglers can have shots at over 20 sailfish in a single day. 

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

BLUE & WHITE MARLIN ACTION IN THE DR

Recognized as one of the most desired Sport fishing locations due to it's ease of access, resort like amenities and potential for high productivity, fishing in the DR is a bucket list experience for even the most seasoned anglers. Boats are known to see Blue Marlin in the double digits during peak season.

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FLORIDA

AN ANGLERS GATEWAY 

Florida fishing can be as good as anywhere in the world depending on the season and target species. Most popular in the winter months for its Sailfish populations spanning from North Palm Beach to Key West. With good fishing only several miles off shore and a plethora of airport, dining and hotel accommodation, Florida is a perfect place to cut your teeth in the fishing world.

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THE VIRGIN ISLANDS

World records in ST. THOMAS

The Virgin Islands are perched at the edge of the six mile deep Puerto Rico Trench, an area well known for having some of the hardiest game fish in the world. Two well known fishing areas off of St. Thomas are the North Drop, about 20 miles north of St. Thomas; and the South Drop, 8 miles south of St. Thomas. St. Croix. Migrating schools of small fish gather in these areas, and this attracts larger pelagics such as billfish, Tuna, Wahoo and Mahis.

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BAHAMAS

700 ISLANDS TO GET LOST IN

The Bahamas consists of over 700 islands with 30 of them being populated. The western most marinas located on the islands of Bimini and Grand Bahama are a stones throw from Florida's East Coast. There are multiple international airports with flights daily throughout the island chain making access to crystal clear water and world class fishing appear to be in your back yard. No matter the time of year this tropical paradise is sure to never disappoint. Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Grouper, Snapper, Tarpon and Bonefish are some of the usual targets of the region. 

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BERMUDA

GIANT BLUE MARLIN IN A BEAUTIFUL LOCATION

A hook-shaped slice of paradise, Bermuda attracts to its shores both sunbathing tourists and giant blue marlin. If you visit during the summer months, you can experience some the best big blue marlin fishing in the Atlantic.

https://www.marlinmag.com/summer-fishing-in-bermuda