Fishing for tuna in the open sea and the ocean
With our help, catching tuna in the open sea can become a pleasant and interesting activity. We offer exciting fishing on the Mediterranean Sea in Spain. Our instructors and captain will familiarize tourists with the equipment and the gear for catching such fish, fishing methods and technologies according to the season. Since tuna is a predator, its fishing occurs on small fish. It could be sardine or mackerel.
As a rule, the largest preys are observed in the spring of the year and in early summer. You can catch large tuna in autumn, but during this period medium-sized trophies are more often caught. Tuna is a representative of the mackerels.
It has a spindle-shaped body, speeds up to 75 kilometers per hour, can reach a weight of several hundred kilograms. Our instructors will bring travelers by ship or boat to the places of the sea where individuals of bluefin tuna are found. There is also an opportunity to taste delicious dishes with this delicacy.
Fishing for large tuna
The fishing season for this predator is observed throughout the year, although winter, summer, spring and autumn fishing have their own characteristics and differences. The main factor is the temperature of the water. Tuna fishing will definitely be successful if the water has at least 26 degrees. In winter, it is better not to go out into the open sea. In freezing and cold weather, fishing for tuna occurs on the coast.
As for the summer season, during this period you can catch tuna on yachts, from the shore, on boats in the sea and ocean. In addition, the chances of getting a large catch here are much higher. With regard to the time of day, morning and noon are considered ideal for fishing. It is at this time that schools of fish swim almost everywhere. They will be needed as bait for tuna.
Fishing for tuna in the open sea in Spain
Tuna is a large marine and ocean fish. Any tourist who has received such booty in Spain will be pleased; will receive a lot of bright impressions and good emotions.
Every year, tuna moves along the same routes, so instructors are guaranteed to show a place where it is likely to catch bluefin tuna using spinning, fishing rod or trolling. Before fishing predators must be fed with sardine, mackerel or scomber (any small fish). Then the fishing of tuna in the open sea will be successful.