The captains at Heritage Boat Charters love to fish so much that we are offering our fishing charters for some of the best prices on Guam. The type of fishing offered is seasonal. Our captain have worked as a commercial fisherman so when the fishing is tough they know where to look for the fish.
The best season for deep sea trolling is October through April when the Mahi-Mahi(Dorado) and Wahoo(Ono) are running. Trolling can be be booked in the summer months for catching various types of tuna (typically bonita and yellow fin) or billfish (marlin and sailfish). When trolling, Captain Carlos runs 5 lines on 12/0 and 9/0 Penn Senator reels. Bottom fishing can be booked for the calm summer months as well. There are two 920 XP Electramates for use on these charters.
A mahi mahi on the prowl.
We accept cash or traveler's checks upon the completion of the charter. If you need to pay by credit card, just let us know when booking the charter and we can send you a Paypal invoice by email that must be paid 24 hours in advance of your charter.
Trolling or Daytime Bottom Fishing (Weather Permitting)
4 Hour Fishing Charter $375.00
6 Hour Fishing Charter $475.00
Night Time Fishing
(Jigging, shallow bottom fishing and flaglining)
7-10 pm $300
*Please note that there is a 100lb catch take home limit. Your captain will clean and bag the first 100 lbs of fish. It is about 6 gallon sized zip-lock bags full of mahimahi or wahoo. If there is extra catch, it will go to the captain and crew for their efforts of ensuring that you have a great fishing experience.
TRAVEL AGENT RATES
Charters booked through travel agents will vary, depending on your booking agents fees and ground transportation arrangements.
WHAT IS INCLUDED ?
Heritage Boat Charters does not rent seats. We rent the whole boat to private parties. Our boat, "Heritage", can accommodate up to six guests per charter. Each charter includes a knowledgeable U.S. Coast Guard certified captain, reels, baits and/or lures, ice, and fish boxes. Please feel free to bring your favorite beverages(alcohol is permitted but regulated at the captain's discretion) and snacks. It is highly recommended that you bring sunglasses,a hat, and a medium-sized cooler to transport your cleaned fish home in.
Departure times are currently at 6:00 am or as early as 5:30 am for morning charters. Afternoon 6 hour charters will depart at 2:00 pm and four hour charters will depart at 3:00pm. Earlier morning departure times or longer charters can be arranged for serious fishermen. All departures are currently from Agana Marina, unless otherwise arranged by the captain due to weather or fish movement.
We vary our departure sites depending on the current fish bite. We are typically based out of Agana Marina, Agat Marina, or Merizo Pier Park. Agana Marina is a 15 minute drive south of Tumon Bay hotels. Agana Marina is just after Chamorro Village.
Agat Small Boat Marina is a 5 minute five minute drive south of Big Navy. It is about a 30 minute drive south from Tumon Bay hotels and 45 minutes south of Andersen Air Force Base. Take Marine Corp Drive South (Route 1) and make a left at the naval base entrance light onto Route 2A/2. Continue south for 4 miles. The marina is on the right hand side in the same parking lot at Jan Z's Bar and Grill. We are currently parking at the very end of A dock. Our secondary boat, Si Helen, is parked on B dock.
The Merizo Pier Park is located on the southernmost tip of the island. It is a 40 minute drive south from the majority of hotels located in Tumon. Take a look at a map and find Coco's Island in the south. The Merizo Pier is the pier just before the Coco's Island dock. From Tumon Bay, head south on Marine Corp Drive, make a left at the Big Navy light (tri-intersection across from Taco Bell), and continue south through Agat and the mountains for about 25 minutes. You will go through a cartoon looking bridge in Umatac and then you will enter Merizo. Cross over two one-lane bridges and we will be on the right hand side in about 1 mile (next to some huts). There is a restroom at the Merizo Pier Park. Rental cars start at about $35/day. We do not recommend taking a taxi cab because fares are very high on island and can cost up to $100 for one-way transportation from Tumon.
Please feel free to email or phone us if you have any further questions or concerns. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and Captain Carlos's cell phone number is 1 (671)727-7873 and his home phone number is 1(671)828-7873.
Captain Carlos throwing a mahimahi (dorado) into the cooler.
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