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October - May


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Pick / Drop from the Dive Centre

Approx. 45 Min. training in the swimming pool/shallow water

An instructor-supervised dive in the open sea.(Approx 20 Min.)

Light snacks/ fruits, water/ juice / Biscuits

Equipment rental

Dolphin Sighting


Fishing in Goa

Fishing in Goa is an extremely well known activity that includes a great deal of fun and energy. The shorelines and the tropical waters make Goa a perfect place for fishing and it is delighted in by the Goans and visitors alike. Also referred as ‘Angling’, it is an awesome ordeal as after patiently sitting and waiting for so long, the joy of a prized catch is undefinable. Numerous guests additionally discover the fishing extremely intriguing as it appears to relax your brain because of the feeling of accomplishment one gets catching a major catch.

There are various spots where fishing activity in Goa can be enjoyed. Agonda beach, Vagator beach, Chapora river being few of them. There are additionally numerous estuaries in the state and one can even give it a shot in the rivers up and down the Goa shoreline. While fishing in Goa one will run over many fascinating assortments of fish. These incorporate Soormai, Salmon, Mullet, Ladyfish or catfish, Rockfish, Stingray, Guitarfish, the local flavour Barramundi and some more. The best time for fishing in Goa is thought to be from October to May.

Fishing in Goa at the shores is quite rocking as other than the rockfish, one can figure out how to get some stingray and guitarfish. However you need to pick the calmer and remote shorelines so that no swimmers intrude on your catch.

Goa has various rivers too where the fishing activity can be cherished. Since these territories are low-lying the best fishing time would be at the peak of the high tide or just before it. Here one frequently gets some Ladyfish or Catfish yet some fortunate ones get to lay their hands on the local fish Barramundi.

This is another type of fishing in Goa that can be appreciated by hiring a boat. It incorporates two types of fishing known as trolling and deep sea fishing. Trolling is the lesser profitable type of fishing however one can figure out how to get some Salmon and the locally available Barramundi. Deep sea fishing can be done at the shore too where the rocky outcrops line up. Here one regularly gets the Rockfish and the incidental Snapper.

Deep sea fishing is a decent reason to discover the unlimited territories of the ocean and to have some really good times with your bubbly gang. Nothing can beat the raw appeal of dropping the net and waiting excitedly for the catch over a chilled glass of beer and amidst the chitchat with your loved ones! Grab your fishing pole and keep the fingers crossed for a BIG catch.

At Sea Water Sports you are provided with a fantastic on board experience and an exciting fishing job to look forward to. You may even get few workable fishing tips to get hold of a big catch. All the safety equipment is also provided for a safe fishing experience.

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Please carry along swimwear, T-Shirt, Shorts

Sun cream, Hat, Sunglasses



Varieties of fish includes Soormai, Salmon, Mullet, Ladyfish or Catfish, Rockfish, Stingray, Guitarfish, the local Barramundi and many more.


No, it does not include pick up/drop.

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