Fished late Feb - just the start of sailfishing season.
Booked the 8 hr trip - any shorter makes it tough to reach the sailfish grounds and that's what we were there for.
We caught multiple sails and we lost a few too. Caught hundreds of pounds of amberjack on the way back in and my wife even got a large red snapper our chef at our resort prepared for us that night!
Saw a lot of other boats around but few people in the chairs. We routinely had 2 sails on at a time. At one time, we had 5 jacks on and the capt had one from the flying bridge!
The crew is on the quiet side - friendly but language is an issue for long conversations. They speak enough English and we enough Spanish to get ideas across.
Food is sandwiches and snacks, plenty of water, beer, and soda.
Tackle is modern and well-maintained, professional grade.
Advice - use Scoplamine if you're not used to offshore fishing. The seas were constantly changing from glassy to 4-5 ft swells while we were out.
But go with these guys - they really know their stuff!
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