Deep Sea Fishing

by | Jul 29, 2019

Next Step to Become a Voyager, Let’s Go Deep Sea Fishing….

Ever paid a visit to Sri Lanka’s stunning ocean and got lost in it? As you already know when it comes to adventures Sri Lanka got everything covered within the country and outside the country. So why not trying out Deep sea fishing on the splendid Indian Ocean with our amazing voyagers! A little warning before you begin, you have to be familiar with the sea! We don’t want you to throw up throughout your whole trip! Because we know sea sickness is the worst feeling in the world.

As you already know Sri Lanka has the most amazing beaches and home to several types of oceanic creatures. First you have to be prepared for fishing by buying your perfectly sturdy rods, fishing tackles and Ice buckets to keep your fish fresh. Make sure you have everything you need because once you get to the ocean there’s no turning back. Our fishermen recommend deep sea fishing around mornings because the ocean gets rough in the evenings. You have to spend some hours in the sea tackling with giant fish so, it’ll be an advantage for you if you have experience in deep sea fishing. Before you start fishing make sure you have experienced local fishermen with you so that when you catch big fishes like Tuna, Mangrove Jack which sometimes can be 70 -80 cm long you might get pulled towards the ocean so that you need someone to hold on to you while you fish.

If you’re fishing in Mirissa you will most likely to see sharks and whales. Other than that you will be able to catch some Spanish Mackerel, Jack Trevallies, Skipjack Tuna, Yellow Fin, Mangrove Jack and Sail Fish. It’ll be an added advantage if you have certain knowledge on fish rules but don’t worry we ( ) will be providing an instructor just to make it easier for you. Since you will be able to catch few pounds of fish, if you’re lucky! Always make sure you’re steady in the boat and has done a weather check beforehand. Because you will be needing some physical strength to catch big fish to Storms and currents can make your fishing trip uncomfortable.

Here’s some other types of fishing you can try out while you’re at it.

  1. Stilt Fishing
  2. Shore Fishing
  3. Inland Fishing
  4. Spear Fishing


Here’s an idea. Why not cook your own fish for dinner? You worked hard for it while waiting patiently with our fisherman. You can have a taste of Fresh Local Fish curry with a Slice of bread, Roti or Steamed Rice. Or else you can have some grilled fish for dinner basically anything at your preference. [vc_column width=”1/6″][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_images_carousel images=”8607,8497″ img_size=”full” speed=”1000″ autoplay=”yes”][vc_column width=”1/6″]