A very nice 'Dentex' caught using the 'Jigging' method over rocky ground around 120 meters deep, a very productive way of fishing at certain times.
Amberjack, this one took a trolling lure when we where fishing close in for Wahoo, usually caught on the bottom with 'Jigs' or 'Live Bait'
'Pez Perro' which translates to 'Dog Fish' very much like a Wrasse.
My Son and a nice Pargo/Snapper, good fish, extremely tasty!
Dorado 'Dolphin Fish' easiest caught with trolling bright coloured lures behind the boat, very tasty too!
If you want you can use light tackle to go for the smaller stuff, like these popular sea Bream.
Not her dream fish but a nice 'Bosi Negra' for this keen lady angler from Germany.
A very good sized 'Weaver Fish'. They have a very painfull sting in the fins but the fillets are great to eat.
Same fish, but you can see the poisonous dorsal fin clearer.
Barracuda, caught using small lures or trolling dead baits close by the rocks.
Some of the little makerel we catch when live baiting
'Boga' fish, not very nice eating but good live bait.
Thats one happy lady
One of the most coveted fish here, the 'Pargo'. We also hold the current IGFA world record for this fish.
A nice medium sized Amberjack for this lucky lady angler who comes out regular with us.
A small 'Lizard' fish for this young lad but a big smile to go with it.
'Dog Fish' as it's known here, more like a Wrasse.
An Amberjack, a Sea perch and a Lizard fish, 3 hooks 3 fish, variety is the name of the game!
Standing outside our kisok on the beach with a selection of smaller fish: Bass, Amberjack, Parrot fish etc. All went in a 'Spicy Fish & Lentils' dish, Mmmmm!!!
A 'Crested Pargo' caught on the 'Crested Wave' with a Trigger fish underneath.
Our very good family friend 'Big Al Pond', who is no longer with us. This man was a pioneer of the sport fishing scene in Tenerife, and became the I.G.F.A represenatative for the Island.
My Son with 6lb fish caught with a small jig around the rocks. the fish is known locally as 'Sama Pluma' we know them as 'Crested Pargo'
Bosi Negro and a Cabrilla.
These smaller Snappers (Bosi Negro) may not be the biggest fish in the world but on light tackle they are great sport, and good eating.
Sama Roquera (Snapper Family) one of our favourites. mmmm!!
A big fat Moray eel.
A nice fat Jurel that was hooked amongst a shoal of small puffer fish, one for the oven!
We Have been catching more of these Moray eels lately since we have been fishing at anchor and being able to hold our position nearer the rocky areas and 'Chumming' up the bottom.