Grenada is a small mountainous island (25miles x 12miles) at the southern end of the Windward Island chain.
It is blessed with white sandy beaches, lush green rain forests and great Sportfishing!
Grenada is a safe island and is well known for its friendly people.
There are plenty of non-fishing activities and a wide choice of resorts, hotels, guest houses and villas in which to stay. True Blue Sportfishing's partner hotel is the beautiful True Blue Bay Resort located on True Blue Bay. We can assist you with booking your fishing holiday to Grenada.
Capt. Gary lives in True Blue on the south coast of Grenada but he keeps the boat at Port Louis Marina in St George's. Port Louis is a major new marina development located in the lagoon. This is close to the main fishing areas on the west coast and is a safe and secure base for the boat.
New! Do you have any family or friends who are longing to visit the Caribbean?
Perhaps you would like to take a trip yourself. Whichever it is, the year 2012 brings with it a host of options in air travel for persons to visit Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
Most recently launched is the twice weekly nonstop service from Canada to Grenada via Caribbean Airlines. The flight begins in Trinidad, connecting to Grenada and continuing on to Toronto every Thursday and Sunday. The airfare includes 2 checked bags at 50lbs each, inflight entertainment and complimentary meals and snacks.
If you’re in New York, Caribbean Airlines also provides a twice weekly nonstop service from New York to Grenada on Wednesdays and Saturdays via JFK’s International Airport. If you’re coming from Miami or Orlando, there is no need to worry. Caribbean Airlines provides flights from the Miami International Airport and the Orlando International Airport.
If you’ve already planned a trip to another Caribbean island, then why not enhance your vacation by adding Grenada to your itinerary. Caribbean Airlines makes connections to Grenada from many other neighbouring islands. What better way to enjoy the New Year than to hop onboard a flight to the Caribbean and indulge in the warmth and authenticity of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.
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True Blue Sportfishing was established by Captain Gary Clifford in 1998 and is the longest operating fishing charter business in Grenada. Our 31ft California built sportfishing boat “Yes Aye” is fast (new engines in 2009) and comfortable with enclosed cabin, head and is fully equipped to catch the fish of your dreams. With charter clients we won the Spice Island Billfish tournament in 2003, were 3rd in 2006 and 4th in 2012. Capt. Gary is very keen on conservation – we tag and release all of the billfish that we catch. We are located in best marina in Grenada – Port Louis Marina, St George’s, which has restaurant, shops and swimming pool
Gary Clifford has been operating sport fishing charter trips in the Caribbean from the beautiful island of Grenada since 1998. Grenada sportfishing is known as one of the best deep sea fishing venues in the Caribbean. Grenada has excellent marlin fishing and superb yellowfin tuna fishing (average size over 100 lb!). His speciality is offshore deep sea fishing for Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Sailfish and Yellowfin tuna; plus wahoo and dorado. True Blue Sportfishing charter trips offer full time professional service using the best tackle, equipment and experience to make your time on the water as productive as possible.
Located at Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina St George's Grenada.
Easy parking and good facilities including the Victory Bar & Grill (who will cook your catch for you if desired).
We protect billfish from stress by NOT pulling them out of the water before release hence our pictures show billfish in the water not in the boat.
We are committed to conserving billfish whose stocks are in decline world-wide - hence we tag and release all marlin and sailfish that we catch. Proof it works ! - a sailfish we tagged on 3rd January 2007 was recaptured on 31st May 2007 in KEY WEST Florida!!
We encourage everyone to support billfish conservation by releasing them and not eating them - lets take marlin and sailfish OFF the menu.