Fishing in Guam

Guam sits on the Earth's highest submerged mountain, lying right next to the famous Marianas Trench - the deepest part of our world's oceans. For all its glory, this amazing cluster of topographic and geological features remains perhaps most exciting for two very distinct groups of people - geography majors and avid anglers. The latter are quick to realize that what this really means is they're about to find themselves in prolific deep waters just minutes after they leave the marina, with trophy-sized pelagics sailing along the Marianas' edge virtually all year round. Sure enough, Guam makes good on the promise of unforgettable deep sea experiences, no matter what time of year you find yourself on the island. Sailfish, Marlin and Tuna dominate the summer months, only to give way to productive Dorado and Wahoo seasons starting as early as the early autumn. Thank you, geography.

Known For

Inarajan Pools, Underwater World, Talofofo Falls Park, Sailfish hotspot, Chamorro Village, Two Lovers’ Point, Cocos Island, The Blue Hole, Diving in Fish Eye Marine Park, Superb light tackle action for Dorado and Tuna, Mount Lamlam, Ritidian Beach, Fort Soledad, Sella Bay, Dulce Nombre de Maria Cathedral

Rules & Regulations

Fishing licenses aren’t required for sportfishing in Guam.

Guam Fishing Calendar