Seychelles has some of the richest fishing grounds in the world and you do not have to venture far from the shore to break fishing records. Seychelles’ waters already boast world records for pacific bonito and dog-tooth tuna while the Outer Islands have become the epicentre of salt-water fly-fishing.
Spectacular trophy sailfish and marlin together with shark, giant barracuda, rainbow-runner and wahoo make Seychelles an exciting fishing destination for the experienced fisherman and novice alike.
A variety of charter boats and fishing excursions allow for individual tailoring of fishing programmes.
The main fishing season runs from the second week in September to the second week in May. The climate is tropical and rain can occur in almost any month. In late December and January, you may have a day or two where clear skies and rain alternate. Fishing during these weather patterns, however, has proven to be extremely productive. No matter what time of the year you fish please ensure that you have a lightweight 100% waterproof rain jacket for the occasional downpour.
The resort has a boat available for deep-sea fishing. The waters are extremely rich in fish life. Hobby deep-sea fishermen can look forward to tuna, wahoo, bonito, dorado, barracuda, marlin, and sailfish. Near St. François Lagoon is one of the world's best spots for saltwater fly-fishing. The best season is from October to May.
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