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    Fishing week of 4/21

    Hello everyone,
    My kids are looking to give us a gift of a day of fishing. I have looked around but don't see anywhere to reserve .. last time we went fishing in Aruba we booked the day we arrived. Any suggestions?
    Thank you

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    Welcome to the Aruba.com Community Forum!

    Look around a bit in this Activities & Sports section and use that search bar in the upper right - it can be your best friend some days!
    Jacki ~ loving Aruba from NJ



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    Hi BettyTerry! Welcome to the forum!

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    Hey BettyTerry nice to have you on the forum. Sorry that I cannot help with the fishing question... I only fish in the cooler for a new beer........ but I'm sure soeone here will help you!

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    welcome bettyterry


    check out this category and see some fishing options
    http://www.aruba.com/things-to-do/wa...ep-sea-fishing

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    https://fishingbooker.com/charters/s...atured_id=5484 Click on one of the boats your interested in then scroll down a third of the page to the choices of what kind of trip you want to do,then click instant book.

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    We always go on a Driftwood boat, very good captains and crew. And they'll cook your catch at their restaurant for a nominal fee. Ask you concierge....they may have someone who wants to share a charter. They're about $400 half day for up to 6 people (I'd recommend max of 4). Happy catching!

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    Welcome to the forum.

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    You can look and book on line or just go down to the Seaport marina and pick a boat. I would suggest going down a day or two before you want to fish to look at the boats and speak to the crew. Ask questions regarding who keeps the fish caught, if you want to take some to eat. Chartering a boat in Aruba costs much less than most places. The downside is that the crew are typically not the owners and much of their pay is based on selling the fish that is caught the day of your charter. They typically use heavy tackle. You get more of a fight on light tackle but more fish can get away. I wish you well.

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    Thank you .. this will work great. this is a gift to us from our kids, so they can book it.

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