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Inshore Fishing in Galapagos Islands

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San Cristobal Island

Want to catch wahoo and tuna? Cast plugs, use spinning rods or even try fly fishing for big eye tuna and bonito? You can try your hand at this type of fishing from San Cristobal Island, Galapagos. Have fun while you test your skills at high volume tuna fishing on light tackle.
There is perhaps no better place in the world to fish for tuna and wahoo. Double digit days of tuna and wahoo are quite common in Galapagos.

Try your luck around the “fish aggregating device” buoys near Punta Pitt. When conditions are right these buoys are loaded with tuna, mahi-mahi and even marlin come to feed around them. Double digit catches of big eye tuna and mahi-mahi are quite common in the Galapagos.

The Best Popping and Casting Fishing for Tuna!

Fish for tunas on the surface by casting a popper or a fly into hungry schools that break the surface to feed. Galapagos has many sea mounds, reefs, structures and deep drops where bigeye, yellowfin, bonito and sometimes dogtooth tuna hang out. For many years billfish anglers considered tuna a pest. Lately as more and more anglers want to catch tuna on poppers and light tackle the trend has become popular in the Galapagos. Most anglers can expect several to dozens of shots on most days at tuna.

Our experienced crews will do their best to put you on some of the most reliable tuna fishing the world has to offer. Ecuagringo can customize you package to fish as many days as you want.


Tuna and wahoo are found all year. Mahi-mahi concentrate in better numbers during the warmer months. Most calm and warmest months are December to April.

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