Small game fishing in Mauritius
Mauritius is also THE destination for Small Game Fishing
Mainly in Winter, during this trip we target smaller fish. Using light tackle, but strong tackle, we chase YellowFin Tuna, Skipjack Tuna, Bonitos, Wahoo, Dorado, Gt's, kingfish ...
Don't get me wrong, these fish are powerfull and our equipment too, good feeling guarantee !
We use different technics and spots, sometimes close to the reef and sometimes in deep sea, depending the season and the fish looking for:
- Trolling with artificial lures on the surface or deeper with downrigger.
- Live bait or Dead bait
- Casting with Popper and stickbait
- Jigging and slow jigging
Whether if you are a confirmed Fisherman or a beginner, you will enjoy for sure !
Good surprise, sometimes we can catch Marlin too !!
Just bring yourself !
All our trip are all Inclusives with Beers, soft drinks and snacks
Sandwiches are included for the 7, 8 and 9 hours trips.
2x50lbs Rod and Reel Shimano and Okuma Stand Up.
2x30lbs Rod and Reel Okuma and Daiwa Stand up .
2x Jigging rods and reels Penn.
Popping rod Garbolino
Fishing for children
It's good way to initiate children to fishing.
We use adequate equipment and smaller fishes, like that your children can learn safely and enjoy a good time with you !
Mahi - Mahi (Dolphin Fish)
Present all arround the year in Mauritius, very good fight on light tackle, they lives by shoal.
Small and big one are present, the Mauritian record is 68lbs !
With beautiful colors, this fish jump a lots during the fight.
Can be catch using different technics, pieces of Tuna,
plastic baits, trolling, popping ...
Also present all the year in Mauritius close to the reef and in deep sea.
Average weight 20-30lbs, the Mauritian record is 125lbs.
We use surface lures on trolling and deeper with rappalas.
Srong fish, very sharp tooth, the wahoo is one of the faster fish of the world.
Tunas and Bonitos
All the year, Tunas and Bonitos are in Mauritius.
Skipjack Tunas, Yellowfin Tunas, albacore tunas, average weight 10 - 30bs.
Good feeling when using popping, jigging or trolling !
Pelagic fish, they lives by shoal principaly in deep sea.