Bali Outdoors Adventures specializes in sustainable fishing, offering exciting adventures out of Seseh, Indonesia. Wayan Sukerta invites you to bond with the ocean, enjoy fun day of surfing and eco-friendly fishing.
Leave the shore behind an step aboard the “Amertha Segara” to fish like the locals. Wayan has two boats and can take two anglers on each. The “Amertha Segara” is a 20-foot skiff, built in 2016 by the Seseh Bali fishing club. It comes powered by a 15 HP Yamaha PK engine and is equipped with a fish finder, an ice-box for the catch and the refreshments, and a live bait tank.
The amazing waters of the Indian Ocean are rich with various fish species. Using a variety of methods you can catch Amberjack, Barracuda, lobsters, Mahi-Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Tuna, Giant Trevally, Yellowfin Trevally, Wahoo, and Spanish Mackerel. But fishing with Wayan is not just about catching, it’s about working as a team and sharing the knowledge and experience. To have a fun and productive day on the water, you don’t have to use any tool that could be harmful for the environment.
Wayan is also a professional Surfrider. Taught by a local legend, he has mastered his skills and could gladly take you to the best spots to ride the waves of the Indian Ocean. When you return to the shore with your catch, you could go surfing or take a dip in those beautiful waters.
The trips are all-inclusive. Wayan will pick you up at your hotel in South Bali and will take you back when the trip is over. You will be provided with all you need to make a great catch possible, from rods to licenses. Sesah is a fishing village and the locals will take great care of your catch, which you could taste for dinner later. You will only need to bring appropriate clothes, towel, and sunscreen.
Fishing License Included
You Keep Catch
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
Food (Lunch & Snacks)
About this listing
Seseh Bali fishing club (Skiff) originally built in 2016. Powered by a 15HP Yamaha 15 PK engine.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since April 2017