FAQ's for Sea Ace Fishing Adventures

Join us on a fishing trip of a lifetime for Sharks and other fish in Namibia

FAQ's

Shore Fishing

Sharks to over 400lbs from the beach, huge shoals of kabeljou and much more...

Boat Fishing

We offer a variety of boat tours on our fleet of boats...

Tigerfishing

Tigerfishing tours...

Other Tours and Safaris

Safaris, sightseeing tours or fishing in other countries...

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Shore Fishing

Whether it's large sharks, smaller sharks or any of the "edible" species that you want to target, Sea Ace Fishing Adventures will do everything we can to make that dream come true.

Boat Fishing

We offer various boat fishing trips for sharks and edible fish. Come join us at sea for an adventure of an lifetime.

Tigerfishing

Namibia offers some of the best tigerfishing venues in Africa.  Come tigerfishing with Sea Ace Fishing Adventures and experience the thrill of this hard fighting aggressive predator.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Where is Sea Ace Fishing Adventures located?
  2. How do I get to Sea Ace Fishing Adventures?
  3. What's the best time of year to come to Namibia?
  4. Will I catch fish?
  5. How do I book a trip?
  6. Where can I get more advice?

Where is Sea Ace Fishing Adventures located?

  • Sea Ace Fishing Adventures is located in Henties Bay, Namibia.  Henties Bay is central to the fishing area of the Namibian coast making it the ideal place to base your trips from.
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How do I get to Sea Ace Fishing Adventures?

  • To get to Sea Ace Fishing Adventure by air from Europe you can either land at Windhoek International (Hosea Kutako) Airport directly from Frankfurt or Munich, Germany or fly to South Africa (either Johannesburg or Cape Town) and get a connecting flight to Walvis Bay.  Windhoek International is some 450km away from us and takes around five hours to drive.  Walvis Bay transfers take around an hour.
    Henties Bay is also easily accessible by road.
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What is the best time of year to come to Namibia?

  • That all depends on what you are after.  As a general rule the best times are as follows:
  • Shark fishing from the shore - October to May with December to March the best time.
  • Kabeljou fishing from the shore - October and November or February to April are the best months.
  • Other fishing from the shore - year round.
  • Boat fishing for sharks - October to May.
  • Boat fishing for edibles - year round.
  • Boat fishing for snoek - Late September to early January.
  • Tigerfishing the Okavango - April to June and September until December for tigerfish. May to November for the tilapia and bream.
  • Tigerfishing the Zambezi - April to June and September until December for tigerfish. May to December for the tilapia and bream.
  • Safaris - best from May until November which is the dry season.  The driest months are usually September and October which makes them the best for game viewing.
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Will I catch fish?

  • The million dollar question!  Whilst we would never guarantee a fish, we will do our utmost to get you that prized catch.  Sufficient time should be booked to ensure you will get that fish in case of any unfavourable weather conditions.  Speak with our guides to make sure you book sufficient time.
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How do I book a trip?

  • In the first instance you should speak with our staff to select the best times for you and to ensure we have sufficient space.  You can use any of the details on the contact page or use the contact form to tell us what you are looking for.  Please give as much detail as possible so we can provide you exactly what you are looking for.
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Where can I get more advice?

  • You are welcome to contact any of our staff to discuss any of your requirements.  We will even give you the fishing forecasts and catch records for the coming week if you want.  Our contact details are on the bottom of every page on our website.  You can also visit the contact page or use the contact form to tell us what you are looking for.  Please remember the time zones before phoning (Namibia is GMT + 2) and, if we don't answer the phone, we are probably fishing so please try again later.
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