Economically, Madagascar is one of the developing countries, so there has never been any industrial fishing, and its coastal waters are full of huge equatorial fish.
Lovers of any fishing discipline will enjoy themselves here. The most popular include popping, jiggin, meat hunting and trolling.
The crew does their best for your fishing well-being. Don’t expect trolling for heavy equipment with multipliers and hard rods here. On the contrary, they try to use the finest possible equipment so that the fight with the 2.5m swordfish is the maximum experience for fishermen.
The whole crew cooperates, and when you have little braid, they simply back up or turn the boat around and chase a large fish. However, you are the boss of this event! Several times it happened to us that the sailfish took three at once, and this is a incredible fight full of adrenaline. However, a maximum of two swordfish managed to get into the ship, but you will still be taken off for a long time.
Swimming on the high seas is forbidden due to the occurrence of man-eating sharks, which are full of it. Attacking the fish you are fighting is an everyday reality. It happened to us several times that they attacked a large sailfish while fighting.
The Strait of Mozambique has the highest density of this fish in the world, and this is where we have our base, from where we go fishing. At this place, we can really guarantee the catch of a sailfish, except for fluctuations in tropical weather. But fishing is not just about this fish. Your catch will also be giant trevally, barracuda, wahoo, shark or the sympathetic and very combative mahi-mahi. You can catch all these fish here in sizes that you would hardly look for elsewhere in the world.
For local fishermen, a sailfish is like a sacred fish that deserves respect and esteem.