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Old 03-24-2006, 06:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I will soon be traveling to Aruba. Does anyone Know of any good charter boats or surf spots(if there is any surf fishing).
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was there 11 years ago, didn't get to fish which was fine since the snorkeling and all inclusive resort were awesome.
ya gotta hit baby beach to snorkel, espcially along the inlet!
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Mackerelmiz, I sent you a PM
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Old 03-30-2006, 11:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Haven't been to Aruba..but have been to a few other Caribbean islands. Thre is always some sort of fishing going on. Took a 6 man charter in Cozumel and also fished the shore....Fished the shoreline in Belize when I was there on other Business.

If you are going to shore fish, be aware that the reefs close to shore are tackle grabbers...leader up appropriately.

Google search "Fishing Guides Aruba " and you'll find out what you're looking for.

I 'd take my own gear for the surf stuff. I haer things tend to be expensive in Aruba.

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Old 03-31-2006, 09:29 AM   #5 (permalink)
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My wife and I were vacationing in Aruba with another couple about 5 yrs ago.
We chartered a small boat for inshore fishing for about 2 hrs.
It was a small boat - the cost was about $100 for all 4 of us + tip.
My wife and my friend's wife never went fishing.

We caught a dozen of groupers, snappers and my wife even pulled out a nice looking African Tompano (sp?).

We took our catch to the first restaurant on the beach and in 1 hr we were having a nice dinner on a beach, eating our fish with nice wine.

Perfect day!
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