Located in Grand Cayman, the privacy of Cayman Kai has long lured many avid fishermen traveling to the Caribbean from around the world. Famous for its crystal clear blue waters and white sand beaches, Cayman Kai’s seclusion on the northern tip of Grand Cayman is all one can ask for in carefree island life. Cayman Kai offers stunning views of the Caribbean Sea, aboard fishing charters in Caymans, making it among the most beautiful Caribbean beaches. Cayman Kai is a great beach for swimming and also plays host to several other water sports in which you and your family can partake in. Visitors also enjoy the beauty of its lagoon, palm trees, and exotic conch.
Whether you’re a family enjoying a Caribbean getaway or visiting the Caribbean for an adventurous vacation, Cayman Kai on the northwest coast of Grand Cayman will offer you the best in fishing experiences. Anyone can fish from the shore or from a boat in the deep water but there are very strict rules on the size of fish you can keep, and there are some fish species you must immediately release if you happen to catch them.
The waters surrounding the Cayman Islands are home to spectacular marine life and offers the golden chance to get out on the sea for a day of fishing. Check out the below-mentioned types of fishing you can try while on a visit to Cayman Kai in Grand Cayman.
1.SHORE FISHING – Shore fishing is considered the best option to enjoy when you are not aboard the fishing charters in Caymans. All you need to do is grab a fishing pole, some bait and head to the nearest beach. If you are planning to catch and release the fish then you do not need a fishing permit, however, if you'd like to keep some to cook for your next meal, you will need to procure a fishing license. Popular catches near the shore include permit, barracuda, tarpon, and pompano.
2.LIGHT TACKLE & FLY FISHING – Aboard the beautiful, sturdy, stable, comfortable and spacious fishing charters in Caymans, sail on the turquoise blue water and try catching bonefish, tarpon, and permit which swim through the waters where light tackle and fly fishing is permitted. The shallow flats of the Cayman Islands offer anglers numerous locations North Sound, South Sound, and Frank Sound to pursue this sport of light tackle & fly fishing. The proper fly fishing equipment is provided by the private charters.
3.BOTTOM & REEF FISHING – Cayman Island is home to hundreds of miles of reef that can be fished just outside of the reef. The commonly caught fish on reef fishing trip includes almaco jack, yellowfish, snapper. Porgy, blue runner, grouper, jack crevalle, and bar jack. Reefs in the Cayman Island are managed under marine conservation laws, limited to low-volume recreational and sustenance fishing. It is important that the fish caught in the reefs must be released because over-fishing has caused near depletion of conch and lobster.
4.DEEP SEA FISHING – The Cayman Islands is the hub for great deep sea fishing because the waters grow very deep quickly. In fact, just a few hundred yards off the coast of Grand Cayman, the reefs go as deep as 800 feet. Moreover, the Cayman Trench reaches a dramatic depth of somewhere around 20,000 feet. Sports fishermen on the hunt for big game fish should come prepared to pull in blue marlin, wahoo, mahi-mahi, tuna, and barracuda. When you go deep sea fishing in the Cayman Islands, it is highly advisable that you charter reliable fishing charters.
It's no surprise that the three Cayman Islands are infamous for their gorgeous, pristine beaches. If you're looking for the optimal yachting/fishing experience, there is no better way to explore Cayman Kai than fishing aboard the private fishing charters in Caymans. Visitors from all over the world come to discover the underwater world of this tropical paradise. The crystal clear turquoise waters teeming with marine life and warm weather conditions make for perfect holidays.