Yellowtail Kingfish

Described by many as the toughest fighting saltwater fish pound for pound this fish is a more than worthy adversary for any angler.

Our lodge on the remote Robinson Crusoe Island is one of the most unique, and unfished locations you will ever find.

Robinson Crusoe Island is the only island in Chile where the use of nets is prohibited, being an example of conservation of its marine resources, being declared in 2018 the largest marine reserve in the world.

This destination is a paradise for fishing for Yellowtail Kingfish in excess of 50kg in huge quantity.

All tackle is provided at no extra charge and caters for Jigging, Popping, Stickbaits and Fly Fishing

The island is considered by international and national fishermen as one of the best fisheries in the world for the Yellowtail Kingfish.

Other possible species to capture are: Marlin, Yellowfin Tuna, Sole, Corvina, Sierras, Groupers, Trevally and Halibut.

The fishing season runs from October to April


The Lodge

The Robinson Oceanic Lodge is located in a privileged location, allowing a panoramic view of the entire Camberland Bay.

Comfortable rooms equipped with:

  • King beds

  • Satellite TV

  • Private bathroom

  • Laundry service

  • Large terraces

  • Hot-Tub.

Sample Itinerary

Please contact us directly to confirm prices but as a rough guide expect to pay around £5,850 plus airport taxes ( approx £500 ) per person.

This includes All Inclusive accommodation at the lodge ( max 2 to a room ), all transfers and international flights, 6 days fishing, ( max 4 to a boat ) laundry at the lodge. This also includes 2 nights B&B Accommodation at Santiago.

Additionally this includes the use of all tackle including lures and jigs, breakages and losses will be billable.

Contact us directly for more information and a tailored itinerary.

Escorted group trips incur no extra costs, unlike some other operators, contact us for dates of these trips.


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