Fishing in Galapagos:There are over 450 species of fish in the Galapagos Islands, and about 17% of these are endemic (not found anywhere else in the world). The Galapagos Islands, due to their location are a migration point for all varieties of pelagic (ocean surface) feeding fish, Galapagos is definetly a true bill-fish spot offering great opportunities for all Marlins, Black, Stiped, and Blue, also albacore, wahoo,almaco jacks,dorado,parrot fish,etc
The Galapagos Islands are hosts to some of the most important water currents in the Eastern Pacific. With 3 mayor currents such as the Crownwell, the Panama and the Humboldt all meeting in the Archipelago. As a result the waters are rich with nutrients and very fertile with fish. Some of the best striped marlin fishing known to man is found in the waters surrounding the islands.Large concentrations of slimy mackerel come to feed on the banks which in turn attract predators such as marlin, tuna, wahoo, dorado, dolphins, whales, sea lions, birds, sharks and orcas. While you fish the waters you will more than likely be charmed by a show of the vast wildlife that concentrates to feed here.Locality: Rosa BlancaDistance: 17 miles from Puerto Baquerizo MorenoSchedule: 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.Type of fishing: Trolling, casting and jigging.Species:Picudos, albacore,wahoo,almaco jacks,dorado,parrot fish,etc.Includes: Soft drinks, beer, lunch, snacks and fishing equipment.* You can bring your own fishing equipment if you wish.