Come to Grenada Deep Sea Fishing on the Top Grenadian
Sport Fishing boat since 1998!!
The 31 ft Innovator Sport Fisherman "Yes Aye" is capable of 30
knots and is fully equipped.
"Yes Aye" takes 4th place in the 43rd Spice Island
Billfish Tournament - January 25th - 29th 2012 !
Team "Yes Aye" for 2012 was Dr. Glen Jacobs (SGU), Bobby
Hammond (USA), Patrick McFadden (SGU) and Joe Van Tonder
(SA)- they released 4 sailfish and one white marlin to place
4th overall and Top Grenadian Boat. Bobby Hammond was 3rd
placed angler overall - an excellent result from a field of
50 boats !!
To see a video of the action aboard "Yes Aye" in the 2013
3rd place 2006 Spice Island Billfish Tournament
In 2006 Max Huntingford teamed up with Mike Parker and "Badger"
Dearman to tag & release 4 sailfish and take 3rd place overall.
Badger was top release angler with 3 sailfish and "Yes Aye" was
Top Release boat and Top Grenadian boat.
Winners of the 2003 Spice Island Billfish Tournament
In 2003 with our British charter clients Max Huntingford and
Paul Britton, we won both the first place boat and top angler
Captain Gary Clifford invites you to enjoy the Ultimate
Angling Experience - Big Game Fishing Charters in the
Come Deep Sea Fishing Grenada and catch the Marlin,
Sailfish or Tuna of your dreams!
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.
proud member of The Billfish Foundation 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.