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9 Best Fishing Trips from Denarau

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Fishing Charters from Denarau

As the main tourist hub of Fiji, getting a fishing charter from Denarau just makes sense. If you’re staying in Nadi, Denarau or even as far as the Coral Coast, getting to Port Denarau where many fishing trips depart is an easy process – see 5 Ways to Get to Denarau Island. Port Denarau also has the most abundant array of fishing charters in Fiji to choose from, ranging from laidback reef fishing charters to exciting game fishing excursions. Browse the fishing companies available in Denarau with this list of some of the best fishing trips from Denarau!

Before we get into the best fishing trips from Denarau, be sure to bookmark The Complete Guide to Fishing in Fiji for even more tips.

1. Reel Game Fiji

Jump on Denarau’s popular fishing boat, Reel Game, a 7.2m (24ft) Kelvacat giving anglers plenty of room to work in! Reel Game Fiji takes anglers to where Fiji’s predatory fish are most abundant in the Denarau/Nadi/Mamanuca Islands area to 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 are the best fish to target on the day of the trip. Trips last approximately eight hours and include snacks throughout the day.

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2. PJ’s Sailing Adventures

PJ’s Sailing Adventures is the fishing charter company with something for everyone, whether you’re looking to catch some big game with a knowledgeable guide or a family-friendly fishing trip. PJ’s offers half-day and full-day private charters departing at your selected time, as well as shared charters for a more affordable option. Trips include quality fishing gear and the opportunity to go for a swim throughout the day. The crew will clean up your catch to take with you back to your resort – ask the chefs to cook it up!

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3. Hidden Gem Fiji

Serious anglers are in for an exciting day out with Hidden Gem Fiji. They offer seven-hour trips, exploring the coast of Nadi and taking you to the spots only the locals know about. Your experienced guides will target what’s in season and get you equipped with high-quality fishing gear. Your catch will be cleaned and taken to a restaurant to be prepared for you for dinner.

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4. Excitor Fiji

Excitor Fiji might be known for its jet boat excursions, but they also offer light-hearted fishing and snorkelling trips on one of their simpler boats. Get onboard Tropic Voyager for a four to eight-hour day out on the water. This tour is more about embracing “Fiji time” with a bit of reef fishing here and a bit of snorkelling there. You also may take a trip to a sandbar and go island hopping around the Mamanuca Islands.

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5. Malolo Fisher Sports

For something more than a little fancy, Malolo Fisher Sports takes keen fishermen and ladies on their huge 14m (45ft) Zikr, fitting up to 25 passengers! The Fijian-owned company is also run by locals, so can take you 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 Mamanucas and the Yasawas for the day.

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6. Macazo Group

Join the Macazo Group for one of their half-day or full-day fishing options from Port Denarau. The four-hour trip includes all the safety and fishing gear and water, while the eight-hour excursions have the additions of snacks, soft drinks and afternoon tea. They also offer pick-ups from Nadi and Vuda Marina.

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7. Seafiji

Mostly popular for their water taxi transfers around the Mamanuca Islands and the Yasawa Islands, Seafiji also offers anglers the chance to join them for some fishing around the islands. In their half-day and full-day tours, Seafiji offers trolling, popper casting, island resort visits and snorkelling. The long-standing Fiji operator has been around for 20 years, so rest assured you’ll be in the hands of knowledgeable guides.

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8. Nadi Fishing Charters

Jump onboard Lady Lily with Nadi Fishing Charters for a day out on a custom sports fishing vessel. Join a local and experienced skipper to find where the big ones hide off the coast of Nadi and Denarau. They really offer something for all anglers, including game fishing, share charters, reef fishing, night fishing, hand line fishing, popper coasting, sunset fishing and more. Nadi Fishing Charters also works with a local restaurant in Denarau, Cardos, which will prepare your catch as a platter with coleslaw and french fries.

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9. Sigatoka Fishing Charters

Perhaps you have already done a fishing charter from Denarau or simply want to explore some different waters around Fiji? Look up Sigatoka Fishing Charters who offer free transfers from Denarau. They have six-hour and eight-hour big game fishing tours, trolling the tropical waters for tuna, sailfish and mahimahi. Your guide will take you to great fishing spots on the Coral Coast. Lunch and resort transfers are all included.

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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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