Curacao Fishing

Curacao is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, off the Venezuelan coast. The Country of Curacao, which includes the main island plus the small, uninhabited island of Klein Curacao, is a constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Its capital is Willemstad. Hundreds of artificial coral blocks that have been placed are now home to a large array of tropical fish. Fishing is a staple of diets of locals, so fish are prevalent and available as work and sport.

The island has a semiarid climate with a dry season from January to September and a wet season from October to December. The temperatures are relatively constant with small differences throughout the year. The trade winds bring cooling during the day and the same trade winds bring warming during the night. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of 79.7 °F and the warmest month is September with an average temperature of 84.0 °F. The year’s average maximum temperature is 88.2 °F.” So, as you can see the weather for Curacao Fishing is excellent.

Sint Michiel Curacao fishing

Sint Michiel, Curacao

Curacao Charter Fishing

The Caribbean Sea is an extremely well-liked vacation spot. One of the activities which many people travelers enjoy on their holidays is is to head out on a fishing excursion. Curacao has a lot of possibilities relating to fishing, both on land and on the ocean. Curacao Fishing Guides take you to all of the estuaries and rivers, lakes and streams on Curacao and nearby island destinations. They have got specific comprehension of the best spots where are the native fish are so that you are much more likely to haul one in. Meanwhile, a Curacao Fishing Charter will handle bigger groups and take you out to the ocean for a few of the bigger catches or more famous ocean fish. Some fish you will find in the region are:






Blue Marlin

Blackfin Tuna


Curacao Fishing Charters

Curacao Fishing

Whether you decide to go inland or going to sea, Curacao Fishing Guides or Curacao Fishing Charters ensure that your angling adventure is at the minimum an enjoyable and remarkable one, and provides you the greatest opportunity to bring home a fish.