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10 Best Fishing Tours in Fiji

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Fishing Charters in Fiji

Fiji is home to some of the most exciting waters in the world to fish in. Their waters are teeming with predatory fish, from Yellowfin Tuna to Mahimahi. Whether you’re a serious angler looking for your next challenge or simply seek a fun way to see the islands while catching dinner, there’s a fishing tour for you in Fiji. We go through some of our favourite fishing tour operators across the islands in this list of best fishing tours in Fiji!

While you’re here, you might also be interested in The Complete Guide to Fishing in Fiji. Note that the list below is of independent fishing tour operators. There are more options for fishing at resorts that offer their own in-house fishing experiences. See the 10 Best Fishing Resorts in Fiji for examples.

1. Hidden Gem Fiji

Whether you’re a serious angler or just like being out on the water, you’re in for an exciting day out with Hidden Gem Fiji. They offer seven-hour trips departing Port Denarau, exploring the coast of Nadi and taking you to the spots only the locals know about. Your experienced guides will follow what’s in season and get you equipped with high-quality fishing gear. At the end of the day, you can enjoy your catch at a local restaurant where everything has been cleaned up and prepared for you for dinner.

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2. Reel Game Fiji

Jump on Reel Game, a 7.2m (24ft) Kelvacat giving anglers plenty of room to work on reeling in the big ones. Departing from Port Denarau, Reel Game Fiji takes anglers to where Fiji’s predatory fish are most abundant so you can catch the likes of mahimahi, tuna, Spanish mackerel, wahoo and sailfish, all depending on the fishing season and conditions. Either way, your expert guide will know what is the best fish to target on the day. The trip lasts approximately eight hours and includes snacks throughout the day.

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3. Sigatoka Fishing Charters

Staying on the Coral Coast? Look up Sigatoka Fishing Charters for their big game fishing tours on a private boat. They offer six-hour and eight-hour tours, trolling in the tropical waters for tuna, sailfish and mahimahi. Your guide will take you to great local fishing spots and give tips along the way on how to troll in Fiji’s waters. Lunch and resort transfers are all included.

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4. PJ’s Sailing Adventures

PJ’s Sailing Adventures has something for everyone, whether you’re looking to catch some big game with a knowledgeable guide or looking for a family-friendly fishing trip. PJ’s offers half-day and full-day fishing charters for private groups, departing at your selected time. Trips depart from Port Denarau and have inclusions such as, the opportunity to go for a swim, quality fishing gear, and a bit of sightseeing. The crew will clean up your catch to take away with you. Shared charters are also available should you want a more affordable option.

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5. Free Dive Fishing Charters

If you’re looking for something more specialised, chances are that Free Dive Fishing Charters does it. They offer deep sea fishing charters to catch bigger-than-you fish to more manageable game fishing charters targeting light to medium fish. Overnight trips are also an option, which includes beachfront accommodation, all meals, all the gear and an experienced guide. Finally, Free Dive Fishing Charters also offers spearfishing trips. Learn more about spearfishing in The Complete Guide to Spearfishing in Fiji.

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6. Excitor Fiji

Excitor Fiji might be known for its jet boat excursions, but they also offer light-hearted fishing and snorkelling trips from Port Denarau. Get onboard Tropic Voyager for a four to eight-hour day out on the water. The tour includes reef fishing, snorkelling, trips to sandbars and hopping around the Mamanuca Islands.

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7. Bite Me Game Fishing Charters

Join the world record holders for a day or multi-day excursion on the waters of Kadavu. Bite Me Game Fishing Charters holds over 50 national and IGFA line class world records, so they know their stuff. What’s more, they offer fishing and accommodation packages on the more off-the-beaten-track Fiji island of Kadavu. Hit them up if you’re interested in Fiji solely for the fishing.

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8. Coral Coast Fishing Charters

Choose the right type of fishing for your crew with Coral Coast Fishing Charters. Take the little ones out for some tropical fishing on the reefs on their Fabmily Fishing Tour. Relax and drink Champagne as you fish and watch the sun go down on their Sunset Fishing Tour. Finally, get out there and catch the big ones on their Game Fishing Tour.

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9. Sports Fishing Fiji

Get all the latest technology in fish finding, ray marine systems and more on the 8m (25ft) boat of Sports Fishing Fiji. The fishing charters based at Natadola Bay on the Coral Coast offers a range of fishing options, including sports fishing, game fishing, handline fishing, popper casting, shared charters, reef trawling and the list goes on!

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10. Malolo Fisher Sports

Departing Port Denarau, Malolo Fisher Sports takes keen fishermen and ladies on their huge 14m (45ft) Zikr, fitting up to 25 passengers. The Fijian-owned and run company takes you out to their favourite spots for your choice of sports fishing, deep-sea fishing, GT popping, jigging or bottom fishing. Either way, it’s a great way to cruise around the Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands for the day.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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