Fishing on Roatan IslandRoatan Island Vista Villa logo

Island Tours : Taxi, Power Boat and Sailing

A full range of deep sea fishing and fly fishing is available on Roatan Island, Honduras.  There is no fishing license requirement for shore line or deep sea fishing.  Use of spear guns and slings is prohibited in Honduras.   Pricing may vary depending upon your requirements.  Several of the dive operators also have boats dedicated to fishing.   When staying at the Vista Villas, our staff will assist you with making the arrangements for fishing and can provide you with a quote from the operators in West End and Sandy Bay.  Fisherman desiring to fish in the Oakridge area should plan on staying in Oak Ridge due to the cost of commuting and time to get there from Sandy Bay.

You can be deep sea fishing by boat only a few minutes from the shore. 


Caribbean Rent A Car logo
27' Open Fisherman

Caribbean Rent A Car not only has cars, they provide full island boat tours and fishing.  You can get full details at
www.caribbeanroatan.com/fishing.htm or 2455-6950 or from the US phone 786 380-4449 or the cell phone of 9995-2827.
 



Fishing Charters

The Mad Max  has a 30 ft custom built cigarette style center console boat with two 200hp Yamaha Salt Water series outboards.  Cell phone 3336 3198 or 3342 0018 for details or www.madmaxfishingcharters.com 

One Fish Two Fish Charters

www.onefishtwofishcharters.com

The boat is a La Paz wide beam (9 feet), sturdy hull, fiberglass center console.  They have a Cummins Mercruiser 4.2L Diesel 200 HP with an out drive.  Phone 3309-9479 or 3291-5491.


www.pescadoroatan.com

Peascado Roatan specializes on a guided fly fishing trips or a deep sea sport fishing charters. vacation.  Their boat is a Maverick Master Angler 17' Flats Boat.  They are located near the Palmetto Bay Plantation.  Contact them at

Fishing along the beach in Sandy Bay and other locations is commonly practiced.  With a little local knowledge, you can easily venture out on your own to do the fishing.  Tarpon and bone fish inhabit the shoreline areas.

  Picture of Mahi Mahi on the dock on Roatan Island.
Mahi Mahi for dinner tonight!

Note:  We do not "book" or make reservations for the above activities. 
This information is provided solely to inform visitors of activities available on Roatan and is not an endorsement of the activity.

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