Speaking of pirates, get your hook on:
It wouldn’t be an island nation without world-class fishing. Needless to say, winter fishing in the Caribbean is tops, and November is no exception. Off the bustling coast of San Juan, visitors with a yen for dropping a line would be remiss without considering a day offshore. Just north of San Juan’s coast is the Puerto Rico trench, where waters run deep and make for opportunistic big-game fishing. Most of the charter companies out of the marina near Old San Juan offer half-day trips as well as full-day trips. The most popular big-game fish known to be hauled in include white marlin, wahoo, tarpon, mahi mahi and the mighty fighters, sailfish and tarpon. Visitors can also book guided flats fishing for tarpon, snapper, grouper, etc., as well as fly-fishing, which regularly yields tarpon and snook.