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If you are searching for a fishing charter in Cozumel, then look no further.  If you are ready to go Deep Sea Fishing, Flats Fishing, or Bottom Fishing then you have come to the right place. Welcome to just another day at the office in Paradise. While we are not the biggest charter fishing service in Cozumel, we do take pride in offering service second to none.  Enjoy you private charter on board our popular and practical 31 ft Bertram, the Second Front.

A wonderful experience on the pristine aqua blue waters awaits you, your family and friends in Cozumel, a jewel in the Mayan Riviera. If you dream of  hooking up tuna, mahi-mahi, wahoo, sail fish or the big one, the Captain Luis Aguilar and the crew of the SECOND FRONT are ready to help you land them. Whether you are arriving via Cruise Ship, Ferry from Playa Del Carmen, Airplane, BOOK NOW to reserve the best Private Offshore Fishing Charter, Flats Fishing, Bottom Fishing or Combo Fishing/Snorkeling available on the island.

Our very satisfied clients include passengers looking for cruise excursions from Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Lines and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Book your charter fishing in Cozumel with confidence.
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Whether you're looking for a half-day get-away, or a full day of offshore fishing in Cozumel , Fish Cozumel is ready to make it happen. Book your charter with confidence. The billfish start moving into the Cozumel area in April. By May and June you can expect many large Blue Marlin, White Marlin, and Sailfish to be caught.

Capt.Luis and his crew are some of Cozumel's best at finding the trophies. Barracuda, Mahi-Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo are in the Cozumel area year around. Another great adventure on the beautiful turquoise waters of Cozumel awaits you on the "Second Front", a 31 ft Bertram sport fishing boat. Capt. Luis has been fishing in the Cozumel area all his life and knows where the fish are.

You will receive great service from the captian and crew who love to fish and love to put you on the fish.
Their entire crew wants to make this adventure one for the books.

There really is not a bad time of year to visit Cozumel, both in terms of weather and in terms of activities going on throughout the year.  The popular tourist season in Cozumel is generally considered to be from December through March.

As a result of increased demand, prices of hotels are generally more expensive at this time of year but there are also more activities offered for travelers. The main reason that this is the season most enjoyed by tourists is that they can escape cold temperatures in other parts of the world and enjoy the warmth of Cozumel, which averages seventy degrees at night and eighty five degrees during the day.

The hottest month is August which averages eighty degrees at night and ninety five degrees during the day.  The heat is offset by the ocean breezes and is generally comfortable for most people.

The rainy season in Cozumel starts in late summer or early fall.  Mid-fall is the time that hurricanes are likely to occur.  They aren’t particularly common and travelers do not have to worry excessively about them; however, they have been known to occur and travelers should be aware of this.