Sport fishing in the Caribbean has been known to break some world records. St. Croix’s deep blue water is home to migratory fish such as wahoo, mahi mahi (ono or dolphin fish), tuna (yellow and black fin), marlin and the occasional sail fish. One of the best things about sport fishing in St. Croix is you don’t have to travel far to get to fish. On most occasions, your captain will drop lines just a couple of miles outside of the Christiansted Harbor. Closer to shore- try your hand at fly fishing or bottom fishing. Chances are you will land a snapper, bone fish and maybe get to fight a tarpon! Whatever you decide, in-shore or off-shore, fishing on St. Croix really is a fun event for the entire family! See our listings below for your sportfishing options.
The most engaging, flexible and affordable sport fishing charter! Navy John’s caters to your desires, whether it be offshore trolling for the big game fish, deep drop fishing, or inshore fishing. Special requests such as a 2 hour sunset cruise also possible. Navy John operates a 25 foot walk around cabin sport fishing boat, which is very sea worthy, fully rigged for sport fishing, and provides a 360 degree view of the Caribbean Sea and the island of St. Croix. Tackle, bait, water, soda and snacks provided but please feel free to bring your own. Please see our website for pricing, availability, and more info. Join Navy John, a 22 » read more »
Rated #1 Sports Fishing on St. Croix by the Daily News for 2014 and 2013! We offer a true deep sea fishing experience on the Island Girl, our premier 45′ Hatteras Sport Fisher, located in the Christiansted harbor. With our professional crew you can catch Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna and Marlin using our top-of-the-line Penn International fishing equipment. Charter a boat for the weekend and snorkel, tour and fish St. Thomas waters or ask about our unique Culebra Package. Our combination trips allow you to enjoy fishing as well as snorkeling at our beautiful island beaches. All prices include fishing and snorkeling equipment, bait, Captain and crew, and water and » read more »