Welcome to Puerto Rico Fishing
The deep waters off San Juan Puerto Rico offer some of the greatest fishing in the world. Join Captain Jose Campos for Half Day, 3/4 Day and Full Day Puerto Rico fishing charter from San Juan.
San Juan Bay fishing for tarpon, snook, jacks, mackerels and others with live bait and spinning tackle has improved tremendously with a clean harbor which in turn cause huge schools of baitfish to aggregate close to our dockage area and without the worries of fluctuating tides and run-offs.
Captain Jose Campos has fished the Atlantic From Brazil to Canso Nova Scotia. Jose has sixty years of experience, Club Nautico Hall of Fame Member, has been nominated twice for the IGFA Hall of Fame, and he has also been a Winner of:
The Bluefin Tuna International Match in Bimini
The Blue Marlin Tournament Cape Hatteras NC
The Puerto Rico International Blue Marlin Tournament
The White Marlin , Sailfish Tournament of Venezuela.
1st Dominican Republic Billfish Tournament at Boca de Yuma, 1968.
Presidente Beer Trophy, Outstanding Angler.
Puerto Rico Fishing with over 60 years experience going after the "Biggies" like Billfish, Tuna, Marlin, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi and King Mackerel.
"No one that has won more big fish tournaments in the Western Atlantic"
#1 in Billfish Tag and Release in Puerto Rico. Captain Campos has personally caught 314 blue marlins, majority on light tackle with his biggest a 220 Blue Marlin caught on 20# line, actual record in PR. He is 1 shy of 315 in his lifetime even with fishing with a prostetic leg. Captain Campos also caught a 150lb Yellowfin Tuna on 30# line.
He has in his "bragging room" 235 awards, diplomas, certificates,trophies and other memorabilia, without counting fishing tackle, trips, teak cocktail tables and others to attest to his superb fishing skills and perseverance throughout the years.
Record Lifetime Trophies Accumulated by Captain José L. Cámpos Abella
This is the result of 60 years of salt water fishing offshore. Patience, perseverance, persistation, frustration and knowledge of the species sought are very important to achieve this record. We have counted over 232 trophies, plaques, awards, fishing tackle, teak tables, diplomas etc. etc.
Time has taken a toll on them as it has on myself. I will be 80 years old next October and aiming for my 315 (1 to go ) Blue Marlin where quite a few dozen have been released some tagged since 1986. All caught under IGFA rules.
Capt José L. Cámpos Abella
Sport Fishing Magazine writes about Captain Jose's journey to release his 315 billfish in One Man's Quest to Release His 315th Billfish