The Azores are one of the world's best spots for fishing, whether it be in big game or in coast line fishing. It is no coincidence that in all the Islands have a long and great fishing tradition. Be sure to enjoy a trip in the sea with your family or friends and at the same time have the fishing experience. The techniques developed are: Jigging intended for pelagic that can be found on rocky bottoms at depths between thirty meters and one hundred meters, where artificial baits can quickly climb, imitating a wounded or on the run fish that became very eye-catching for their predators, causing them to attack decisively. When this happens, the fight is fantastic and full of adrenaline. The most common species are the Amberjack, Guellyjack, Bluefish, Barracuda, Seabream and others, whose battle requires great attention of the fisherman, speed and strength, not to be deceived in the skillful and strong leakage of the fish. Trolling Technique performed with the vessel when underway at low speed and is designed for various pelagic fish seeking food on our coast. There are used four rods fitted with standard reels, with artificial baits that imitate squid or other small fish. This is a technique that often provides good moments of adrenaline to the practitioners, not only because of the size of the specimens but also for their nature. Fighters till the end that sells their capture at a high price. Deep Light Tackle This fishing technique is done with the vessel adrift on rocky bottoms at depths that vary between 15 meters and 50 meters that usually is very effective throughout the year, mainly, due to the great diversity of demersal species that exists around here. It’s done with the use of a fishing rod with one hundred meters snood approximately, with three hooks at most and the use of natural baits such as shrimp, mackerel or sardine.