Thursday, July 03, 2008

Stella Maris Fishing - The Big Game

Miami Herald's Susan Cocking hooks a tuna at Stella Maris. Read her story.

Long Island offers hundreds of sites and all depths on the Ocean and Lee sides for a variety of boats for small or larger groups. Fishermen enjoy Stella Maris fishing year round due to the presence of a major current stream, the North Equatorial Current, which originates in the Canary Islands and washes the shores of Long Island, transporting Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, and huge schools of Yellow Fin Tuna, Black Fin Tuna and Dolphin.
Inshore fishing for Bone Fish is a fly fisherman's paradise with average daily catches of 5 to 10, from 2 to 12#. Fish with our guides or explore some terrific wading flats on your own in our bay, just a stone's throw away! There are miles and miles of fantastic reef fishing with hundreds of species to catch and eat, including: Kingfish, Snapper, Grouper.
Fishing trips can be arranged at the front desk.

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