The Book on Travel Fishing

The Book on Travel Fishing extends a personal, behind-the-scenes invitation to walk the docks of more than 60 of the world’s greatest fishing destinations extended by captains who live and fish there–Costa Rica, the Azores, the Great Barrier Reef, Kona, South Florida, Cabo, Guatemala, the South Pacific, the Northeast Canyons, Panama, the Gulf Coast, the Mid-Atlantic, New Zealand, Venezuela, and more. How to, where to, and with who to catch blue marlin, black marlin, white and striped marlin, swordfish, sailfish, spearfish, yellowfin and bluefin tuna, mahi-mahi, and wahoo.

This book also features:

  • Profiles of 23 of the world’s finest offshore charter captains and lodges.
  • The Fisherman Chef Cookbook: a global guide to sashimi sauces, an ultimate ceviche resource, and a chef-provided breakdown of how to transform your catch into the meal of your life.
  • The Travelling Fisherman’s Guide to Rum and book of cocktails from across the international fishing landscape.
  • An expert Guide to International Fishing Travel- how to, what to expect, logistics, and preparation.

The Book on Travel Fishing is the most comprehensive, global offshore fishing resource ever published. This book inspires, informs, and invites– it contains everything you need to plan the travel fishing trip of a lifetime.

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Fishing for marlin and tuna is the most exciting and wonderful thing in the world. When you add travel to the mix, it becomes even more exciting and even more wonderful. It becomes travel fishing.

This is The Book on Travel Fishing. It is an invitation to explore this incredible world– a personal, backstage pass to the world’s best offshore fisheries: Kona, the Great Barrier Reef, South Florida, New England, the Gulf Coast, Venezuela, Cabo San Lucas, the Dominican Republic, South Africa, Madeira, Bermuda, New Zealand and many, many others.

This book is an introduction to some of the world’s best and most reputable charter captains and fishing lodges. How to, where to and with who to catch blue marlin, black marlin, white and striped marlin, sailfish, swordfish, spearfish, yellowfin and bluefin tuna, wahoo and mahi-mahi.

The Ultimate Offshore Fishing Blueprint

Part travel guide, part fishing story, part cookbook and trip planner, this book contains everything you need to plan the best trip of your life.

Travel fishing makes life better. It means boat days, coolers of beer, sportfishers and center consoles. It means tuna towers, pitch baits, teasers, tag sticks and flying gaffs.  Travel fishing means rigged ballyhoo, tuna tubes, strip baits, topwaters, marlin lures and outriggers.

Travel fishing means meeting interesting people from all over the world that have been brought together by the age-old quest to catch giant fish. It means passport stamps, fishing stories, incredible pictures and videos that are more likely than not to contain streams of curse words that burst forth in excitement.

Travel fishing means rainforests, tropical islands, the Gulf Stream, sea mounts, upwelling, bait balls and leatherback sea turtles. It means frigate birds, whales, and spinner dolphins. You might see monkeys and crocodiles or troll through greyhounding sea lions. It can mean being surrounded entirely by blue water for 100 miles in every direction. It can take you to the mouth of river or to the shadow of oil rigs.

This is the Book on Travel Fishing. It provides everything you’ll need to know to do it right:

  • Profiles 65 of the world’s best offshore fishing destinations, as described by the men and women who live and fish in them.
  • Features 23 of the Best Charter Captains and Fishing Lodges
  • Cosmo Goss‘ Fisherman Chef Cookbook
  • The Travelling Fisherman’s Guide to Rum and Book of Cocktails
  • Species profiles: Blue Marlin, Black Marlin, White and Striped Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish, Spearfish, Yellowfin and Bluefin Tuna, Wahoo and Mahi-Mahi
  • Travel Fishing Logistics, Planning and What to Expect
  • Book of Fishing Stories that invite and inspire.

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