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Deep Sea Fishing In The USVI
With over 20 years of Atlantic and Pacific fishing experience, Salty Daze USVI has the tools and knowledge to get you on the fish!
Deep-sea fishing in the Virgin Islands provides a unique and exciting opportunity to wrangle some of the ocean’s most majestic creatures. As our islands raised from the sea beds, they created a vast ecosystem that many species of fish flourish and hunt in. Thus, the Virgin Islands are home to world renowned sportfishing!
To the north of the St. John, lies the infamous North Drop. These world famous fishing grounds are only 15 miles from St. John and St. Thomas. The bottom contours go from about 250’ up to the ledge then drop off to more than 4000’ deep! The huge drop and rushing currents create a perfect environment for upwelling, while the bait-rich waters attract the largest of pelagic fish. The run to the North drop is reserved for our Full Day and Marlin Trips due to the hour it takes to get to the grounds.
Not doing a Full Day trip? Worry not, we’ve got another fantastic spot for you, the aptly named South Drop. Just like it’s cousin to the North, the South Drop goes from about 200’ to over 3000’. It has pinnacles spread all over these fruitful waters which create some fun opportunities for a whole range of activity. Oh, and did we mention it’s only 7 miles south of the St. John!
Both of these areas are known for being great spots to target our more popular species like Mahi-mahi (Dolphin or Dorado), Wahoo, Blackfin and Yellowfin Tuna, King Mackerels, and even Marlin. It’s not uncommon to find large weed lines, floating debris, and birds working all along the drops. Our talented captains know exactly what to look for and how to get you on the fish!
Included in all charters: beer, water, ice, fuel, bait, tackle, ,captain and equipment.
Included onboard all charters:
We recommend you bring:
Two Convenient Pickup Locations
We offer two convenient pickup and drop off locations right in the heart of St. John & St. Thomas. There is plenty of free parking available and a nice concrete boat dock to load and unload at both locations.