After a short security and fishing rules orientation, you will hop into one of our fully equipped Topwater 120 pedal kayaks. Each kayak comes equipped with one Battle II 6000 real with 7’ rod, one Battle II 3000 real with 7’ rod, one Pro Guide net, one set of aluminum pliers and one dehooker. For your safety, we also include an MTI Calcutta PFD, YakAttack flags, 20’ emergency towing rope, 6W floating handheld radios, whistles, and marine horns. Then we will proceed up the canal, toward the San Juan Chanel, where you can choose to troll, spin or fly fish for tarpon, snook and mangrove snapper among other species. The experience has a duration of two hours. For more information visit KayakFishingPR.com
I have been kayak fishing for over five years all over the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Because of its tropical climate and a large number of native species, fishing in Puerto Rico is an awesome experience that I enjoy myself regularly. These waters are especially suited for tarpon fishing. Literally, my backyard is full of tarpons of all sizes, and It’s an experience I want to share with you!
Kayak: Topwater 120 PDL from Old Town. Fishing: One Battle II 6000 real with 7’ rod, one Battle II 3000 real with 7’ rod,…
Martin Peña Channel and Margarita Channel, off San Juan’s bay, are considered one of the best spots for tarpon and snook fishing in the Caribbean. Calm, deep waters are flank on both sides by beautiful dense mangrove trees. Here you can come within arms reach of several tropical birds, iguanas, and even manatees! Just a beautiful place to fish or just stroll along on kayak.
Two Hours Kayak Fishing - Tarpon, Snook