When to fish in ACUNDA with ATLANTIC EVASION?



ACUNDA opens its doors at the end of the rainy season, at the end of OCTOBER. While it can still be hot until mid-November, it is also a very good period to fish “spots” left untouched after several months and there is a significant increase in surface activity at the beginning and end of the season with warmer waters.

Yet, ALL the season running from OCTOBER to MAY remain excellent.

Our tips:

- NOVEMBER is somewhat the reopening of the fishing season, the spots have been left untouched for an extended period.

- DECEMBER and JANUARY are unpopular months and probably the best, the water is still very hot.

* give preference to the FULL MOON or black moon if you want to fish for big tarpon.

* choose smaller tidal coefficients if you want to fish for cubera snapper (djabbars) and other red snapper “at the bottom”

- the beginning and end of the season for surface fishing Nov/Dec/Jan and Apr/May (even if you’ll be doing it all year long of course)

- FEBRUARY and MARCH for the gatherings of big cobia and multi-fishing. All species are present in the archipelago.

- NOVEMBER/DECEMBER/JANUARY and MAY for blue marlin and all season for offshore amberjacks

- MAY with the return of warm waters and its share of surprises, our mini “sardine-run”.