The Canary Islands are well known by all europeans for its perfect climate and wonderful holiday resorts. You also find excellent conditions for Game Fishing. We provide 2 top game boats which operate from Gran Canaria, La Gomera and Fuerteventura, depending where the bite is on. Peak Season for Blue Marlin is from May to October but you find a year around fishery for bottom fish and other small game fish.
Contact us wherever in the Canaries you want to fish and we arrange some trips for you. You will be suprised about our competetive prices !!
This paradisiac group of islands, enjoying a wonderful climate, with a constant mild temperature through all the year, and splendid beaches of fine sand, consists of 7 larger islands (Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro) and a few smaller ones (Alegranza, Graciosa, Montaña Clara, Roque del Este, Roque del Oeste and Lobos). Surprisingly, the landscape of each island is radically different to the others.
Already Greeks and Romans reported on this archipelago of volcanic origins, and called it the Happy Islands, Garden of the Hesperides, Atlantida, … Some historians suppose that the legendary continent Atlantis was located here. The islands’ original population, commonly called Guanches, is tall and of white skin.
In 1496 the islands became part of the Spanish kingdom, and the ships of Christopher Columbus stopped here on their travel to discover the New World.
The Climate of Canary Islands
At Canary Islands there is eternal springtime. Temperatures between the seasons vary only some 6 °C, and the monthly islands average temperatures are from 18 to 24 °C (64,4 and 75,2 °F). That means ideal bathing conditions through all the year.
Due to the islands geographical location, some 4° from the tropic of cancer and very close to the African coast, the islands’ climate is subtropical. The surprising landscape, with high mountains covered by snow very close to the beaches, is an additional attraction. Water temperature varies from 25 °C in summer to 19 °C in winter. In La Palma, Tenerife and Gran Canaria you may find tropical rains from time to time, while Fuerteventura and Lanzarote are very dry and guarantee sunshine almost without interruption.
The character of the population is influenced by this favoured weather conditions as well and Canarians are famous for being always friendly and in good mood. That can be also said about the numerous foreigners, who use to spend the winter-months here.
Fishing in the Canary Islands
Peak season for Blue Marlin and Tuna is from May to October.
The Canaries offer a year around fishery for bottom fish and other game fish.
Our full day trips take 8 hours, drinks and food included.
We also offer half day trips if wished. The best fishing in summer time you find out of La Gomera and Gran Canaria. These 2 islands have seen some great fishing during the last years and offer with flat calm seas perfect conditions to get your catch of a lifetime.
Blue Marlin average 400 to 500 pounds, tuna average 200 to 300 pounds.