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    Deep see fishing on Aruba

    Hi guys,

    Does anyone know somthing about deep see fishing on aruba? It wil be our firts time to have a go, tips are more then welkom.

    THX

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    Hey how's it goin buddy!

    Try either of these two boats ran by the same operation.

    "Kenny's Toy" or "Teaser"

    I have the gentlemans direct email if you want PM me.


    Mark

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    I'd suggest Kenny's Toy. My friend Milton is a captain and its a great boat! Any questions please ask!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DushiHeidi View Post
    I'd suggest Kenny's Toy. My friend Milton is a captain and its a great boat! Any questions please ask!
    Thx Heidi,

    Do you have a phonenumber or a internet site? Would be great, THX


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingpin View Post
    Thx Heidi,

    Do you have a phonenumber or a internet site? Would be great, THX



    http://www.teasercharters.com/fishing/index.html

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    How much do they charge for their trips?

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    Half day trips at US$ 350.00 and Full day trips at US$ 700.00 for the boat for up to four people. My husband has gone with Teaser Charters for about 4-5 trips now.

    Make sure you bring lots of sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses and anything you may need in case you get seasick. My husband never gets seasick but his friends have.

    We always pack a lunch and bottled water for him in a cooler and then, if he's lucky, brings back the fish he caught. We take the fish to Driftwood where they cook it for you four different ways.

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    I always go with Paradice Charters. Its not a fancy boat but I go 3 times with him every year when I am there for 3 weeks. Up until this year, we caught 7 wahoo every time we went out for a half day. This year we got 5 wahoo every time we went out. Make sure you take car sick pills. IT ROUGH!!!!!!!
    His wife is in a hut on the beach at Moombas and she sets you up with him. Montey Lopez is his name.
    Snorkel Mangel Halto, day or night with a waterscooter. Check out our website. E-mail Stuart at arubabob@live.com or call Stuart local: 745-7459 Or visit: www.arubabobsnorkeling.com 50th trip Dec 11, 2017

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    Also if you catch stuff with Milton he will give it to the Driftwood and you'll be able to enjoy your catch at the best seafood place ever!!! lol

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    Hello all,

    My girlfriend and I just booked our first trip together to you guessed it, Aruba! While there I plan to get on the ocean at least 1 day for some fishing (maybe two). Looking around at some of the charters are there any smaller boats that take out one or two anglers. In Cabo you can take a trip on a panga for $100-200 and they take you out maybe a mile or so, I have had good luck doing this. I read in another thread the captains would rather not split charters??? or is this not much of an issue? If not is anyone interested in splitting a trip? We will be there the last week of April. I really want to catch a wahoo .

    We also plan on doing some snorkling/diving while there, any other recomendations?

    Thanks,

    Ryan

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