Shore Fishing with Sea Ace Fishing Adventures in Namibia

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Shore Fishing - Other Fishing

Namibia offers the best fishing in the world. Come try it out for yourself.

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.

 

Shore Fishing - Other Species Fishing

Besides the Bronze Whaler Shark, there are other species of shark available.  There are also a number of rays and other fish.  Below is a list of the main species you might encounter whilst fishing with us.

Other Sharks

Seven Gilled Cow Shark is a pre-historic looking beast with fearsome teeth.  Unfortunately it is a poor fighter although it does get quite large.  Sizes range from around 10kg to over 90kg.  Sea Ace Fishing Adventures holds the unofficial Namibian record at 97.06kg.
Spotted Gully Sharks are abundant along our coast and provide tremendous sport.  This hard fighting shark frequents the rocks and deep gully's and is a joy to catch on rod and line.  The larger Spotted Gully Sharks can prove a real test of angler.  They average between 1 and 35kg with most being between 10 and 20kg but they do grow to over 40kg.
Common Smoothhounds (known locally as Hound Sharks) and their smaller cousins the White Spot Hound Shark are found along the coast and provide good sport also.  The White Spot Hound Shark rarely gets above 10kg whilst the Common Smoothhound does grow to over 25kg.
Lesser Sand Shark (Guitar Fish) are found on cleaner ground around sand points and along the sand banks.  Growing to no more than 6kg, appropriate tackle gets the most from the Lesser Sand Shark.

Seven Gilled Cow Shark

Spotted Gully Shark

Common Smoothhound

Lesser Sand Shark

Seven Gilled Cow Shark

Spotted Gully Shark

Common Smoothhound

Lesser Sand Shark

Stingrays

Eagle Rays are fairly common along the Namibian coast and can be targeted directly.  These smallish rays do fight incredibly well.
Blue Stingrays are caught rarely here.  These do grow larger than the Eagle Rays.  Their scarcity makes targeting them directly not worthwhile although we occasionally catch them when fishing for other species.

  Eagle Ray   Blue Stingray  
 

Eagle Ray

 

Blue Stingray

 

Other Fish Species

Elephant Fish are one of the most unusual fish we catch in Namibia.  It is cartilaginous rather than bony and the males grow claspers like sharks.  These "fish" do fight very well for their size and make an unusual addition to the catch list.
White Sea Catfish
(known here only as a Barbel) are found in vast quantities here.  These small fish are, at times, an utter pest devouring bait meant for larger species.  Predominately a night feeder, they will feed during the day especially on overcast days or if the sea is coloured.
Shad (also Elf) are occasionally caught here.  These smaller fish do fight very well and readily take bait or lures.
Garrick are a summer visitor to our shores usually around mid December until February.  A true game fish, the garrick is an incredible fighter.

Elephant Fish

Barbel Shad Garrick
Elephant Fish White Sea Catfish (Barbel) Shad Garrick

Other shore fishing:
Shark Fishing
Edible Fishing
Drone Fishing
Torra Bay
Terrace Bay

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