With the third largest coral reef system in the world, the Turks and Caicos is home to a variety of tropical fish that reside on the reef—including red snapper, yellowtail, grouper and even sharks.

Parts of the reef are shallow enough to take out the lower unit of boat engines, so navigating our intricate reef system requires an experienced guide—and all of our captains and crew have spent their entire lives in the Turks and Caicos fishing the reef. Beyond navigation, our guides also have the knowledge necessary to answer any questions you may have about the our islands, the ocean and the reef.

Fish with the native of TCI

Reef fishing Turks and Caicos


We offer half-day reef fishing charters at 4 hours, and full-day charters at 7 hours. All fishing equipment, snacks, soft drinks and cocktails are included. Lunch is also included on full-day charters. Temporary fishing permits are available at $12 per day for those 16 and older.

We can arrange direct pick-up from any dock in Grace Bay. Ready to fish one of the largest coral reefs in the world? 

1/2 day Reef  Group fishing $250 Per Person

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For reef fishing excursions, we use our 32’ Boston Whaler, My Fair Share, and our 30’ Grady-White, Blue Beast. Both can comfortably fit up to 10 people and have plenty of walk-around space. My Fair Share and Blue Beast are custom-fitted and rigged with extra rod-holders, as well as compartments for livewell and tackle storage. Both boats also are equipped with GPS and Sonar systems by Garmin and Raymarine.

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To give you a top Turks and Caicos fishing experience, we only use the top fishing equipment, with rods and reels by Penn, Shimano, Shakespeare and Ugly Stik. For reef fishing, we provide medium-weight spinning reels spooled with monofilament thread. We fish in depths ranging from 5 feet to 160 feet, and use several fishing techniques depending on fish feeding behavior.

Here some kind of fish you can catch reef fishing in TCI


The barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size, fearsome appearance and furious behaviour.



Red snapper is a common name of several fish species.



Several species of reef-associated sharks are known by the common name reef sharks.


Here some kind of fish you can catch reef fishing in TCI


Groupers  having a stout body and a large mout



Typically have vertical stripes on their backs and deeply forked tails.


Trigger fish

Triggerfishes are about 40 species of often brightly colored fish often marked by lines and spots