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Te Qui La ll Sportfishing invites you to explore incredible fishing opportunities in the waters of Barra de Navidad! Captain Larry Leroux and his wife and first mate, Carri, have decades of angling experience and they’re happy to share it with their customers.
Join them for a memorable fishing trip on their beautiful 40’ Wellcraft offshore fisher that is rigged with top-of-the-line equipment and can accommodate up to 8 people. From strong engines and reliable navigational electronics to tuna tower, fighting chair, and outriggers, the vessel has everything you need for a successful day on the waves.
The air-conditioned cabin has plenty of seating room, a kitchen, and a private toilet for your full comfort. Capt. Larry will provide you with excellent Penn International gear, so you’ll have excellent tools to fight your trophy catch. Spearfishing equipment is also available, just let your guide know in advance you’d like to use it.
Local offshore waters are the playground of all your favorite gamefish. Roosterfish, Trevally species, Jacks, and Cubera Snapper dominate nearshore waters, just like Bull Mahi Mahi and Wahoo a bit further from the shore.
This area is also known for its superb Sailfish and Marlin action. Black, Blue, and Striped Marlin are all in the cards, so there’s something for everyone.
This family-run charter has been putting anglers on fish in the Pacific coast waters for over 15 years, so they know what makes a good fishing trip. The boat, professional equipment, expert local advice, and fish cleaning are all included in the price. There will also be snacks and water on board, and if you’d like, the captain will also provide lunch for a small charge.
Get ready for your Mexican fishing adventure with Te Qui La ll Sportfishing!
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Wellcraft (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 2000. Powered by 2 300HP Caterpillar 3116 engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 25 knots.