Fishing Oman runs multiday fishing trips where waters of the Sultanate of Oman teem with massive fish. You will get the chance to land trophy Giant Trevally, Yellowfin Tuna, Groupers, Amberjacks, and tasty Snapper.
So, how does it work? You land at the local airport in Salalah, then pack your luggage in one of the vans provided. These vehicles come with air conditioning, and are part of the package. They will take you to your lodge, and to and back from your fishing trips.
The lodge is located in the village of Hasik, where you will find comfort and hospitality. The villa is clean and furnished, with daily housekeeping, fully supplied kitchen and bathroom. You will have three meals, biscuits, nuts, juice and soft drinks.
When you head out, you will be fishing around the Hallaniyat islands, where real beasts swim. Look out for record weights and sizes! It’s best if you bring your own fishing gear. If you’d rather not, you can rent or purchase it at extra cost. These fish get so big that you will need the skills, and quality fishing gadgets. The prime fishing seasons takes place in October and November, and from March to April.
You will be fishing from a 37’ Alarabia boat, equipped with two 200 HP Yamaha engines. Up to six anglers will find enough seating space, an ice box, and safety gear. The boat comes equipped with GPS, a fish finder, depth finder, and has open space for casting, jigging and popping for bigger groups.
Your hosts are experienced guides, who have been fishing for over 15 years. They speak fluent English, and will give their best to deliver a top-notch fishing experience in Oman. To get the right impression of what the packages include, have a look at the gallery above.
Fishing Oman has more than one boat - scroll down, and click on their name to see when their other vessels are free. They can cater to two different groups at the same time. Prepare for big bites, big fish, and great time out!
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Alarabia (Saltwater fishing) originally built in 2011. Powered by 2 200HP Yamaha engines.