Fishing the turquoise waters of Turks and Caicos

The coral reefs and the vast variety of fish and other marine life are the top reasons why people visit Turks and Caicos. Our year-round warm, clear blue waters and white sandy beaches add to the perfect climate for scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, parasailing, waterskiing, jet skiing and sightseeing. Make sure to bring your camera to capture these wonderful memories.

Providenciales, the largest of the islands in Turks and Caicos, is home to hundreds of species of tropical fish. The waters surrounding Provo are a playground for the most avid fisherman or fisherwoman. If you are a sports fishing enthusiast, you will also be thrilled to know that this island offers some of the best bonefishing opportunities you will find anywhere in the world.

Fishing in Turks and Caicos is about more than sitting around on a boat and pulling fish off the line. It’s about the experience that comes with standing on the shores of these beautiful islands and feeling the warm water splashing against your feet as you cast your line into the turquoise sea. Take advantage of the many opportunities to fish in TCI with countless fishing tours, excursions, and activities being offered on island. 

Whether you’re after dorado, tuna, or wahoo, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to reel them in on your own. The only downside of deep-sea fishing is that it is a physically demanding activity. There is a lot of walking and paddling, and the fish you are chasing may not be right in front of you the whole time. But if that doesn’t scare you away, deep sea fishing in Turks and Caicos is likely to become your favorite pastime.

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