#1 Light Tackle & Fly Fishing company in Puerto Rico for Tarpon & Snooks
Savage. Relentless. Acrobatic. Insane.
These are words that people use to describe the strike and ensuing battle with a tarpon. Because of its strength, stamina, and fighting ability, the tarpon is one of the world’s premier game fish. They also have such large numbers and they are not a target of commercial fisherman fishing in Puerto Rico, so there is no fear of hurting the species by catch and release fly fishing. Do you have what it takes to fight the silver king?
Backwater Tarpon PR affords anglers the opportunity to explore endless Puerto Rico mangroves while targeting several of the most coveted light tackle species with our experienced captain.
- 4 hours, Duration 4 hours 6 hours, Duration 6 hours 8 hours Duration 8 hours
San Juan, PR is home to some of the best tarpon fishing in the world. Light tackle and fly fishing enthusiasts journey from all over the world to fish the brackish waters of Laguna San Jose and Laguna Torrecilla for tarpon, jacks, and snook.
Gorgeous and seemingly endless red mangroves span the horizon right on the middle of the hotel district. The marina (Cangrejos Yacht Club) is just a mere three to five mile run from Isla Verde, Condado and old San Juan.
Customers have the option of paying just $50 at the time of booking, and the remaining balance will be due upon arrival. Backwater Tarpon PR is one of the premier fishing charters in San Juan, so come and enjoy a perfect day of light tackle angling with us.
These are our Tarpon Fishing techniques that have made our fishing charter the most successful in Puerto Rico:
- We specialize in live bait for tarpon fishing like perch pinfish, greenbacks, and herring.
- We can use big topwater baits and minnow imitations as well as soft plastic baits.
- For tarpon fishing and smaller tarpon, you could drop down to 12 or 15-lb tackle depending on the size of the tarpon.
See our Fishing tips here
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