HOME: Welcome to FishBazaruto

3 for 2 Blue Marlin Went 3 for 2 yesterday missing one on a lure then catching one on the Read more
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December Marlin Diary We then had a couple sailfish bill the big Marlin lures but difficult to hook them on Read more
Bazaruto Marlin Season Hi guys, seeing the water is warming up and, after this long winter we all very keen Read more
Big Blue Sailfish Competition and the Orcas Alohas from the Bazaruto Archipelago... We have just had the Big Blue Sailfish Read more
Quelimane Liveaboard Experience Here´s a small report from live aboard week trip we did at the end of April to Read more
SADSAA Billfish Classic Richards Bay 2012 I have just been to Richard’s Bay to deck aboard Kas Van Der Merwe´s Read more
November Marlin Diary Hi guys, it has just been crazy busy & no time to even scratch myself...and with my Read more
Marlin fishing with the Edwards The next day we start with regulars Craig Edwards, Jurie and Simon (who was on Read more
The Dickens' on Bazaruto After Allan and Dave, regular’s guests that were supposed to fish last week cancelled at the Read more
The Brakes on Bazaruto 01.10.2011 Started with regulars Richard & Billy Brake who have now fished with us on the Read more
Bazaruto Marlin Season report Finally got to Bazaruto a couple of days ago & got a short 10 days to Read more
Marlin Diary Bazaruto October entries: Pretty slow day start to the day as we found green water had moved into Read more

Welcome to FishBazaruto

Welcome to FishBazaruto! Enjoy the site via the menu top right. The Captain’s Log is where you can follow all the action as Captain Duarte Rato and his guests chase huge gamefish around the Earth’s oceans.

Information regarding seasons, bookings and rates can be found in the Rates and Contact section.


Introduction by Captain Duarte Rato…

“Welcome to Vilankulos & the Bazaruto Archipelago, a remote and incredible year-round fisheries & one of World’s best Giant Black Marlin fishing destinations. With 18 years’ experience in the area our knowledgeable crew invites you to step aboard one of our fully rigged sport fisher, for a fishing experience of a lifetime. We have continuously been Mozambique´s top billfish charter boat and have caught more (1000 pound plus) Grander Black Marlin than any other crew in Africa. Blue and Striped marlin are found out wide and the by-catch of other species such as sailfish, wahoo, Yellowfin tuna, dorado, cuda, Kingfish and other’s makes this an extremely versatile and exciting destination. We cater for experienced and novice anglers alike and, be it heavy tackle Marlin Fishing, light tackle conventional trolling, popping for Gt´s and other species, jigging, spinning and Fly-Fishing, the Archipelago offers prodigious year-round fishing.


Get in touch via our Rates and Contact page by clicking here.

Or use this quick form and we shall get back to you asap…

And a quick gallery to let you know what you can be in for…

We fish Bazaruto and Inhaca mainly, but are open to trips abroad – to the usual spots like Ascension Islands, GBR, Cape Verde and Pemba.

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6 thoughts on “HOME: Welcome to FishBazaruto

  1. Hi – I am looking to book a 2 day billfish trip for myself only. Please advise the best months as to when fishing Marlin and Sailfish is at its best, as well as during the dry season. My thinking is that October and November are ideal. I have not been to the continent and as for experience, I have only hooked on sailfish in the Yucatan last year while seeking Marlin. I am ONLY interested in billfish.
    Regards,
    Edward

  2. Good day, i am just starting fishing for Marlin out of Pomene.
    Would you please be so kind and give some pointers. Were do I start and hoe do I go about?
    Would really appreciate your help. Kind regards, Stef

  3. Hi there…please rather use Rates and Contact page to get in touch. Otherwise, if you leave a comment with your number, anybody may call you! Thank you.- Xona (Web guy)

  4. Hi.
    We are GT fisherman from South Africa.
    Please can you supply some info.
    What does your packages cost.
    How many days fishing. Etc.

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