ST. THOMAS IS ONE OF THE WORLD'S TOP SPORTFISHING DESTINATIONS FOR BOTH PROFESSIONAL AND NOVICE ANGLERS

Located between two fishing hot spots, St. Thomas is surrounded with an abundance of sea life.  The North Drop, twenty miles north of St. Thomas boasts some of the best blue marlin fisheries on this planet.  The South Drop is only eight miles south of St. Thomas and reaches depths of over 12,000 feet. This allows for some of the most dynamic game fishing in the world. The Virgin Islands are home for pelagic species such as; Mahi-Mahi, Blue and White Marlin, Sailfish, Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna, and Wahoo. Whether inshore or offshore fishing, you will be amazed by the beauty of the Caribbean waters and the bounty of fish it provides.

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Testimonials

“I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon sports fishing with Captain Glen aboard his fishing boat Dogsled last week and I had a great time. Even before I climbed on board I could tell Glen knew what he was doing. He had top of the line fishing gear, his boat was meticulously cleaned and organized, every thing in its place, and on top of that Glen really knows how to catch fish. I caught the biggest fish I’ve ever caught (almost 4 foot long) Wahoo. The boat was great, the fishing was great but the best part was spending an afternoon with Captain Glen, he’s a great guy.”

“I just want to say thank you for an incredible trip. You are very professional in your work and keep the boat impeccably maintained. A 25 pound + Mahi Mahi catch made the trip very memorable. Glad I took the trip!”

“In January I chartered Captain Glen Petit’s “Dogsled” fishing boat for a trip off St. Thomas. The ride to the fishing grounds at 35 knots was smooth and we had the gear in the water in no time. We caught fighting Mahi Mahi and Glen fillet them with precision. The Dogsled is the cleanest fishing boat I have ever fished from and the gear is first class. We had 8 lines in the water and not a single tangle. Glen is an experienced Captain with great wit and charm. On my most memorable trip with him, we caught a 248 lbs. Mako Shark.

Thanks Capt Glen, It was great fun.”