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beach & deep sea fishing

atlantic ocean – namibia

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beach & deep sea fishing

fishing

The Namibian coast is world renowned for its commercial fishing industry as well as its recreational angling spots.

Anglers from all over the world flock to the coast to try their hand at fishing, whether from a ski boat or from the beach.

Many anglers are tempted to wrestle with a strong Bronzy Whaler or Copper Shark or to catch the largest cob (kabeljou).

tour specification

What to expect

Ski Boat Fishing

Fishing by Ski-boat lasts for approximately 6 hours. This tour takes place between Vierkantklip and Mile 14. All fishing gear, bait and tackle are provided. Lunchboxes and refreshments are also included.

Depart: 08h00 (Swakopmund Mole, you will be collected at your accommodation establishment)

Return: 15h00

Large variety of fish can be caught, e.g. Kabeljou (cob), Steenbras, Black tail, Barbel, Spotted Gully shark and Hound shark.

Deep Sea Fishing

This tour is ONLY available during November to March. Snoek and Yellow tail are caught approximately 40 – 60km from shore.
All fishing gear, bait and tackle are provided. Lunchboxes and refreshments are also included.

Depart: 08h00 (Swakopmund Mole, you will be collected at your accommodation establishment)

Return: 15h00

Beach Fishing

This tour takes place between Swakopmund and Mile 108.
Different species can be caught such as Kabeljou, Steenbras, Blacktail and Galjoen. A variety of shark such as Copper shark (weighing up to 160kg), Spotted Gully shark and Hound shark can be caught. Edible fish caught are cleaned and packed for you to take along and enjoy. All fishing gear, bait and tackle are provided. Lunchboxes and refreshments are also included.

Depart: 08h00 (You will be collected at your accommodation establishment)

Return: 15h00

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Upon request, we also cater for a small informal beach braai – nothing beats the taste of freshly caught fish on the grill!

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