Cozumel bottom fishing is a very good activity if you're interested in catching a greater number of fish, but don't much care how big they are. You won't reel in any marlin or sailfish this way, but almost all bottom fishing trips result in catching at least something. Some of the fish you'll be fishing for include triggerfish, snapper, grouper, and amberjack, as well as reef fish. This is an excellent way to catch something to eat later that day, and is fun for the whole family. After your day, we can even cook up your catch in the captain's restaurant if you like.
Our captains and crews are among the most experienced in Cozumel, participating in all the tournaments, and holding many trophies. The boat is private, just you and your crew will be onboard.
Bottom fishing in Cozumel is done by dropping lines straight down and deep, with hook, bait, and weight, until they reach the bottom. We'll do this while drifting, rather than trolling, and normally close to shore. In Mexico, many crews don't even use rods for this type of fishing, preferring to use hand-reeled line instead, as they've been doing for their whole lives.
Grouper and Snapper are good bets throughout the colder months of the year, while in summer you'll plan more on triggerfish, amberjack, flounder and reef fish. There is always something to catch in Cozumel!