La Rochelle Fishing Charters
La Rochelle Fishing Charters
La Rochelle Fishing Charters is located in Trou Aux Biches, Mauritius. If you want to explore the aquatic opportunities of the Indian Ocean, you have found the right place.
Trou Aux Biches is a tourist village on the island’s northwest, acknowledged as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches back in 2011. Generations have been inspired by the marine potential of the area, so it’s no wonder that fishing is the village’s main activity. Trou Aux Biches is famous for its white sands, the biodiverse blue lagoon, as well as colorful bungalows and hotels along its coast.
La Rochelle Fishing Charters is a team of professional fishermen with a lifelong passion for the ocean. When it comes to fishing techniques utilized, the La Rochelle crew are very experienced in big game fishing but are also happy to do bottom fishing, drift fishing using live bait, jigging, and even surfcasting.
The crew’s top priority is to put you on fish and make sure you have an outstanding experience on the Mauritian waters. They will take you fishing for Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Yellowfin Tuna, Bigeye Tuna, Dogtooth Tuna, Black Marlin, Blue Marlin, and who knows what else?
You will be fishing aboard the La Rochelle. She is a 26’ game fishing boat, powered by twin 25 HP Yamaha engines. Navigation-wise, La Rochelle is equipped with a GPS, sounder/plotter as well as a VHS radio. As far as the fishing tackle is concerned, fishing gear that can be found on board is as follows: Shimano TLD 25, Shimano Tiagra 80 and 30, Shimano Beat Master 50/80, Reel Tica 30, Reel Grauvell 30, and Reel Kona 30.
Boat departure times are flexible and can be negotiated upon booking. Your trip will include the use of rods, reels, tackle, bait, and lures. When you return to shore, you can taste your catch.
Fishing License Included
Catch cleaning & filleting
Rods, reels & tackle
About this listing
7MT50 x 2MT30 Pelican Luxury Resiglas (Drift boat) originally built in 1991. Powered by 2 25HP Yamaha engines.
Types of Fishing
About the Captain
Member since July 2014
Trou Aux Biches Fishing Calendar
Went fishing on April 13, 2017
We had a great morning of fishing. The captain was right on time and he knows his subject. Will go again.
Fished April 2017Fished April 13, 2017Jaco Van Niekerk recommends La Rochelle Fishing Charters
Went fishing on March 28, 2017
thank you for a nice day with you.
I am sorry that the Feedback is like it is,...Its real.
Overall I have to say first that alain is a guy going a step more! He picked us up, so we didnt had to go by cap! Perfekt and rare Service!!! +++++++
He is kind and helpfull!
As well he knows how to fish!
The boat jeah its an easy one,... but thats ok,... littlepit more cleaness maybe thats why I voted with no! but it was nearly what I ecpected when I booked so not that bad!
About the fish I ecpected,... I did not got it! But thats fishing!! For everyone who dont understand I Do!
All at least Alaine ist a well fisher he knows how it worked and is more than friendly!
Cheap Money nice experiance!
I had a good time with him!
Fished March 2017Fished March 28, 2017Sebastian Purger recommends La Rochelle Fishing Charters
Went fishing on March 11, 2017
Who needs navigation systems when you have Alaine!?
We set off trolling in the pitch black before sun rise to get to the spot first and it certainly paid off! Before we had even finished 1 full lap of the FAD off went the rod with our diving lure on- a decent yellow fin around 15kg for our efforts.
Alaine had caught live bait the night before in preparation for our trip so we had the best chance of presenting a good bait to the tuna and dorado we were targetting. After an hour or so off went another rod we had the live bait on but unfortunately this time the line snapped and we were unlucky, Joe the gaff man thought it was a better size Tuna.
The next couple of hours we kept 3 rods on live bait and 1 on jigging a rubber lure, there were 4 more boats around but all was quite and we were the only boat to catch anything. Around 9am without warning off went the live bait rod again which had been weighted to the bottom, we were in to another tuna. There was a very decent fight on the light rod and reel and it took nearly 20 mins to pull in the yellow fin which actually turned out to be smaller than the first. A short while later the tuna came to the surface to feed and were even jumping chasing the bait fish, Joe spotted a large yellow fin but still no other boats were catching!
By 10am we decided to call it a day- happy with our catch we set the trolling rod and headed back to shore.
Overall a great trip on a good tratitional boat with a great crew. It was my dads first sea fishing trip and he loved it, we both can’t wait to go again.
Best of luck until next time.
Fished March 2017Fished March 11, 2017Replied to this review on March 27, 2017
Capt AlainRob Dellaway recommends La Rochelle Fishing Charters
Replied to this review on March 27, 2017