Island Surf and Sail Tortola BVI is the leading provider of SUP, windsurfing, surfing, kayaking, and fishing rentals.
Fishing Rentals Tortola BVI
Here in the bountiful waters of the British Virgin Islands, with our quality rod and tackle rentals, you have a very good chance of catching your dinner! Fish while you sail! Drag a line from the back of your boat and catch surface feeding fish like mahi-mahi, kingfish, tuna and mackerel. Sushi for supper? Delicious!
NB – Know your fish! Be aware that many predatory reef fish in the BVI have Ciguatera poisoning which can give you nasty food poisoning. If you want to catch and eat a fish, avoid barracuda, snapper, jacks, triggerfish and parrotfish.
Trolling Rod and Tackle
Fish while you sail! Rent this package and catch some big fish if you’re lucky! Fully equipped and ready to go with Penn Senator Reel, full tackle box and gaff. Rod holders on request. Buy some of our fully rigged frozen Ballyhoo for a better chance of catching!
Trolling Package Daily Rates (Penn Senator Reel, Rod, Complete Tackle Box, Rod Holder and Gaff)
PLEASE NOTE: Lost Lures will be charged at a rate of $10 per lure.
Casting Rod and Tackle
Rent our quality casting package. This is the perfect lighter weight rod and reel for fishing at anchor or from shore.
Please note: lost lures are charged at the rate of $10 per lost lure. Additionally, should a reel need to be re-spooled due to excessive lost line, a charge of $15 will be incurred.
Recreational Fishing Permits
If you are also renting gear from us, we can organize your permit for you at a cost of $64 per permit inclusive of government fees. Please let us know if you would like us to arrange this on your behalf.
ORGANISE YOUR OWN PERMIT:
Government charge is $45 and it is valid for 1 month. Contact the BVI Government on +1 284 468 3701 and ask for Conservation & Fisheries to obtain your permit yourself.
Please note: Children under the age of 18 yrs are not required to have a permit, nor those who will only be fishing from shore.
The removal of any marine organism from BVI waters is illegal for non-BVIslanders without a recreational fishing permit.