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Old 06-14-2018, 12:12 PM
BT67 BT67 is offline
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Hi All,

taking the wife there in a few weeks and was looking for any info or recommendations on fishing there. Want to get out at least one day. LMK, Thanks, BT
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Old 06-14-2018, 10:55 PM
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Default Re: Turcs and Caicos

was there about 5 years ago and went out and did some exploring. had to get a fishing license for about $30 bucks. much of the shoreline is private property but was able to find some fishable flats and caught some jacks and 'cudas, though not very big. there were some occasional packs of bonefish cruising around too but they were very skittish. very cool restaurant there called shark bites that had an outside deck over a lagoon and an 8 foot lemon shark cruising around at night. not sure about charters or offshore stuff. good luck...
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Old 06-15-2018, 10:04 AM
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I've read up on this a bit lately as I'm looking at a potential trip in the fall and am trying to get out as well. Seems like there's good fishing for pelagics being that you can be in thousands of feet of water a few miles off the beach. Also bonefishing if you're a fly fishing guy. Good luck, place looks awesome.
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