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Deep-sea fishing around Grenada is excellent, with the list of good catches including marlin, sailfish, yellowfin tuna, and dorado (also known as mahimahi or dolphin—the fish, not the mammal). You can arrange sportfishing trips that accommodate up to five people starting at $475 for a half day and $700 for a full day.
True Blue Sportfishing. British-born Captain Gary Clifford, who has been fishing since the age of six, has run True Blue Sportfishing since 1998. He offers big-game charters for up to six passengers on the 31-foot Yes Aye. The boat has an enclosed cabin, a fighting chair, and professional tackle. Refreshments and transportation to the marina are included. True Blue Bay Marina, True Blue, St. George. 473/444-2048. www.yesaye.com.
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