St Kitts and Nevis Hotels

St Kitts/Nevis Diving

St Kitts and Nevis Fishing

Speedy 4 Charters

Go deep sea fishing and catch baracuda, King fish, bonito, mahi mahi and marlin. In shallower waters the sea offers snapper, grunt, trigger fish and grouper.

The twin-island nation of St. Kitts & Nevis is located in the northern section of the Eastern Caribbean, approximately 1,300 miles southeast of Miami, Florida.

The name St Kitts is a shortened form of its official name, St Christopher, given to it by Christopher Columbus when he first landed there in 1493. There is some controversy about whether it was named for himself or St Christopher. In any event, it is commonly referred to as St Kitts and the inhabitants call themselves Kittitians.

Nevis Water Sports

There are many reefs off Nevis, and hence plenty of reef fish. These reefs also create drop-offs, and it is here where we find an abundance of game fish, such as Wahoo, Dorado (locally call dolphin fish), Tuna, Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Sailfish, and Kingfish. Nevis Water Sports provides you with a choice of two first class fishing boats, and two types of fishing excursions, Deep Sea and/or Bottom Fishing.

Nevis Water Sports conforms to international (IGFA) sports rules and will release all billfish. Nevis Water Sports is based at the Oualie Beach Resort which boasts the island's only private pier. Fishing tackle is by Penn International TW 12 to TW 80.

We have been collecting data for some years now, and our studies show that during the months of October to December is peak Wahoo season. November to February we catch Tuna and Dolphin fish. February to April is an excellent time to see Whales and catch Dolphin, Tuna and Wahoo . June to August is an excellent time to catch Billfish. All Bill fish will be released.