Teaser Fishing Charters are based in beautiful Oranjestad, Aruba, and offer thrilling nearshore and offshore trips on the crystal blue waters. Captain Milton is a very friendly and experienced captain, who has been living and breathing fishing ever since he was a boy.
Your day will be spent aboard the stunning ‘Teaser’, an immaculately clean 35’ Bertram sportfisher that is equipped with everything you will need for a productive day out on the water. It is powered by twin Cummins 315HP engines, and can comfortably accommodate six passengers. The vessel is fully air-conditioned, and comes outfitted with sounders, radar, fishfinder, 2 VHF radios, EPIRB, and more. The boat engines are able to propel Teaser to cruising speeds of about 24 knots. To top it off, the boat is equipped with 3 fighting chairs, outriggers, downrigger, centerrigger and a large flybridge.
For fishing, the Teaser crew utilizes 30lbs, 50lbs and 80lbs Shimano and Penn International professional rods and reels. If you would like to eat your catch, the crew will be happy to take your fish to a restaurant or your hotel. Do note, however, that this does not apply to billfish - the Teaser team practices a strict ‘catch and release’ policy for these species. They are big believers in conservation and being responsible with marine resources for future generations. To that end, they do what they can to spread the word.
Captain Milton has been fishing these waters for over 20 years, and has claimed several titles in both local and international fishing competitions held in the area. He is also a proud record holder of a 1086lbs Blue Marlin.
There is a variety of roaming pelagics commonly targeted on Aruba deep sea fishing trips, including Blue Marlin and Sailfish, Wahoo, Dorado, Barracuda, Mackerel, Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna, Bonito, Amberjacks and plenty of others. Depending on the season, Teaser charters also do jigging for Jacks, Groupers and other bottom fish.
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Bertram (Offshore sport fishing) ursprünglich im Jahr 1979 gebaut und restauriert im Jahr 2010. Angetrieben von einem 2 315HP Cummins Motoren mit einer maximalen Reisegeschwindigkeit von 24 Knoten.