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Fishing in The Maldives with Indian Ocean Charters

The Maldives is a popular destination for fishing and when you join us on our yacht charters, you will get to experience the joys of reeling in your own fish.

Fishing is an ideal way to relax and also gives you the opportunity to have the freshest fish you've ever had for your next meal, prepared by our skilled crew members, just for you.

Fishing in the Maldives

Types of Fishing in the Maldives with Indian Ocean Charters

In the warm Indian Ocean waters, you will find various pelagic fish, including Barracuda, Sailfish, Dorado, Tuna and Wahoo.

Our personalised charters offer various types of fishing, including trawling, popping as well as fishing with a hand line. Trawling can be done off of the back of the luxury charter and can bring in fish such as Kingfish, Barracuda, Wahoo, Tuna, Dorado and even a Sailfish if you’re lucky.

Popping can also be done along the reefs with a casting rod, with which you can catch Red Bass, Kingfish and Tuna. With Indian Ocean Charters it is also possible to fish with a hand line, usually done at night, bringing in fish such as Groupers, Snappers and Emperors.

Fishing in the Maldives

It's important to note that spear fishing is prohibited in the Maldives.

Indian Ocean Charters – Personalised Yacht Charters in the Maldives

The Maldives is a unique place, filled with immaculate beauty and abundant marine life. Join us on a personalised adventure of a lifetime, and enjoy first-hand the wonders of pole and line fishing in the Maldives.

Our luxurious charters have all the fishing equipment you need, although you are welcome to bring your own gear. For more information about our packages, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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