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Trinidad and Tobago plus a number of much smaller islands, including Chacachacare, Monos, Huevos, Gaspar Grande (or Gasparee), Little Tobago, and Saint Giles Island are located in the far south east of the Caribbean and 6.8 miles off the coast of northeast Venezuela.
Fishing the waters around Trinidad and its islands, you will experience some of the most exciting tarpon fishing the Caribbean has to offer. From 10 to 200+lb tarpon appear in astounding numbers each summer. While the majority of the fish migrate in from May to December, resident fish provide excellent tarpon fishing all year round.
Pound for pound, tarpon are some of the strongest fighting fish in the sea and you are sure to experience fast-paced, adrenaline-filled action. While fishing for tarpon you may also catch jack crevalle, snapper, the odd grouper and shark depending on the time of year.
Off shore fishing trips are also possible fishing for king mackeral, dorado and wahoo.
A trip to this part of the world is all about the fishing experience!
Ensure your passport is valid for your trip. Most destinations insist that your passport must have an expiry date at least 6 months after your return flight. It is important that you check both your issue date and expiry date on your passport. If you have renewed your passport early in the past, the passport office could have added these extra months to your expiry date. Some countries, particularly in the EU, do not recognise these extra months. You should assume that your passport validity is 10 years from the date of issue.
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