Fishing in Fall

For all my deep-sea fishing fans, autumn is the best time for fishing in the Punta Cana area. During Fall, our luck is in our favor with the variety of species that you may catch.  It is still peak season for Marlins, so do not be alarm if you are caught in a battle with a Marlin.

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During Autumn, the Wahoo or Guatapana also enter the waters of Punta Cana. These species are known for their speed and their difficultness get one on board. Due to their aggressiveness and intelligence, it can be a power struggle to catch one. You will endure a rush of excitement as these preys are known to be unpredictable. In a blink of an eye, your line will be cut due to their sharp teeth and the ability to move quickly.

These are a great catch when you are in a mood for some good fish, especially when you want to share it with loved ones. Their average weight is 20 to 45 pounds. The best time to catch this delicious fish is during their eating time; the early morning and in the afternoon hours after 4 pm.

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Cap Cana is famous for having Mahi Mahi almost year around. In Autumn, they begin to appear bigger in size; usually 40 to 60 pounds. Not to mention, you will not be arriving at Marina Cap Cana with only 1 Mahi Mahi, but you will be arriving with multiples.

 

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Finally, during this time of the year, Sailfish begin to arrive. This is one of the most fun Marlins to fight in sport fishing.

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Drop your Pumpkin Spiced Latte, your winter sweaters, catch the first flight to Punta Cana, and be amazed at the many surprises you will experience deep-sea fishing with Atlantida Punta Cana… Because Private is better!

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