Simba Big Game Fishing
Never thought of adventuring down to Kenya for a first-class fishing adventure? Simba Big Game Fishing is here to show you that these waters are well worth exploring!
UK-born fishing fanatic Captain Mark Allen is the man behind the helm of this charter. With over 20 years of experience working as a skipper, he’ll use all of the local know-how he’s gained to help you battle big game in these productive waters.
Specializing in helping his guests hook Marlin species and Sailfish using lures and on the fly, you’ll be treated to plenty of hands-on action during your trip! Even better, you don’t have to be an expert angler to take part in the adventure. Capt. Mark is happy to show young budding fishermen and newbies the ropes.
You’ll be embarking on your trip aboard a 38’ Cabo sportfishing vessel. She can accommodate up to 4 anglers, with plenty of room for a comfortable and safe journey to the hotspots. This is aided by her top-quality onboard navigational and safety gear.
Your captain’s vessel is also a serious fishing machine. On board, you’ll find outriggers to cover plenty of ground when trolling, as well a fighting chair for when you need some extra support battling big beasts!
So what big beasts will you be battling? Capt. Mark will have you cruising through the locally-named “Marlin Grounds,” where you’ll have the chance to come up against Black, Blue, and Striped varieties. Hard-fighting Sailfish also inhabit these waters, as well as Swordfish.
Your target species also include Wahoo and tasty Yellowfin Tuna. All Billfish in this area are catch and release, but if you’d like to take some Tuna home, just let your captain know – it’s common for the boats here to keep the catch, but you’ll be able to keep a personal-sized portion.
Your trip includes rods, reels, bait, lures, and tackle, as well as snacks and drinks. You don’t need a fishing license, so all that’s left is to come aboard Simba Big Game Fishing for an incredible African angling adventure!
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About the Captain
About this listing
Cabo (Offshore sport fishing) originally built in 1996, and restored in 2015. Powered by 2 435HP Caterpillars 3208 engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 21 knots.
Types of Fishing
If it is unsafe to travel, you may still cancel free of charge or change the dates of your booking.