We are looking for 2 more anglers to fill a maximum of 5 anglers who want to share one of our 38 ft sportfishers to fish 5 days for the biggest blue marlin to swim the Pacific. Prime dates of March 26 to 20, 2023. This is an awesome way to fish if you can’t find anyone to go on a private group or simply don’t want to spend on a full package for yourself. Meet other anglers, make friends and fish the Enchanted Islands.
All our tackle is 80# and 130# class Alutecnos and Accurate reels with custom USA made rods. No junk, no crap plus the best boat and crew to fish in the Galapagos. Fish with the outfitting company that started the Galapagos in 1998 and is the leader still today. No one else has the tackle and the boats to handle these giant fish.
Special Includes The Following:
6 nights lodging private room at hotel on Isabela Island
3 meals per day
Domestic liquor open bar at lodging
Transfers between islands
Airport pick up and hosting services
5 full days fishing on 38 ft custom sportfisher with fighting chair, salon and fly bridge
All tackle (Alutecnos 80# and 130# reels and custom rods)
Captain & crew
Flights international or domestic
Park entrance fee USD 100
Ingala Galapagos migrations card USD 20
Lodging in Guayaquil, Ecuador (we can add this if you need our help)
50% deposit to book and balance due 90 days prior to trip.
Passport required to fly to Ecuador
No visa requirements for US or Citizens
Contact us today for a fishing and adventure trip of a lifetime ➤➤
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