Among the various techniques used on boats, light drifting is the fishing par excellence that boasts perhaps the greatest number of people who practise it, seeing as, owing to its simplicity and profitability, it can be carried out at all latitudes and throughout most of the year. Depending on the type of pray we want to search for, we can practise this fishing anchored (mackerel, horse mackerel, chub mackerel and bonito), or drifting (striped seabream, gurnard, red mullet etc.). When fishing anchored, we will carry out continuous baiting to intercept the passing shoals of bluefish and hold them under our boat. At this point we will spin the rods and the fun is guaranteed. The trip will take up half a day (7am-11am, or 3pm-7pm). Reimbursement of expenses include fuel, the captain, bait, lures, drinks and snacks.