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Fishing Oman GT ( Giant Trevally ) weighing over 60 kg caught in south of Oman
Sport fishing in an authentic setting

See how you measure up against Giant Trevallies weighing over 60 kg, prepare your poppers and sharpen your fishing hooks!!!

Shore Fishing Oman : shore fishing on the coast, on the beach of Oman and catch Stingrays and Guitarfish weighing over 100 kg
Come and fish on a white sandy beach

Could you land a Stingray or a Guitarfish weighing over 100 kg, adrenaline and cramps guaranteed!!!

A Grouper weighing over 25 kg caught in the south of Oman by GT Oman Fishing, organization Fishing Charters Oman
Whether alone or in a group, come and experience Extreme fishing for yourself

Jigging is fun, slip on your shoulder harness, put on your gloves and lower your line, what’s keeping you from hoisting up that Grouper!!!

A Caranx ignobilis, or Giant Trevally, or GT weighing more than 50 kg caught in Oman
Your fishing rod at the ready, are you all set for some serious thrills?

Your reel’s locked, your stickbait dips into the water, 2 or 3 bites and then all hell breaks loose, you go head-to-head with over 50 kg of muscle: a Giant Trevally

An Amberjack weighing more than 15 kg caught in Oman by Fishing Southern Oman for a Shore fishing
You study the horizon, prepared for every eventuality

A possible catch in the offing, you cast at exactly the right spot and jackpot! Lots of commotion, and after a hefty struggle, an Amberjack weighing over 15 kg!!!

Sunset in the south of the Sutanate of Oman, at Salalah : Oman GT Fishing Charters or a Fishing trip Oman
Chill out while watching a beautiful sunset

After all the fighting and excitement, what better than to settle down on a terrace with a nice cup of tea!!!

Security in the Sultanate of Oman

Our fishing trips take place in the extreme southern tip of the Sultanate, in the region of Salalah, a zone which presents no particular security risk. You will quickly discover that the Omanis are a very welcoming nation, always eager to chat with you, whatever your level of English!

Even though Oman is undoubtedly the safest country in the Gulf, we nonetheless advise you, as in any other journey, to take out repatriation insurance. This is extremely useful in the event of a health problem, unforeseen incidents such as stings, or any other type of emergency. Hospital costs can quickly add up and private insurance really is worthwhile.

Carangue GT de 62kg pour 1,48m pêchée avec un popper Heru Cubera Argent 180 lors d'une peche au gros oman
Merou Malabar estimé à 90kg pour 1,60 à 1,70m, il a été coupé en 2 par un requin tigre lors d'un voyage peche oman

Furthermore, we recommend that you notify the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your trip.

After entering your details, you will receive all relevant information available on current political, diplomatic and security issues. You, or a person you have previously designated, can be directly contacted in the event of an emergency. In this vein, prior to setting off on your journey, Fishon Tour will also provide you with various telephone numbers so that your family can contact you during your trip.

Although Oman has a low crime rate, as elsewhere, you are expected to follow some basic safety rules and to conduct yourself in a respectful and discreet manner at all times.

Here is some useful advice to help you prepare and make the most of your journey:

Before Setting off:

- Scan your important documents: scan a copy of your passport, visa, travel insurance, medical prescriptions, etc. and send them to yourself by email. In this way, you will have access to all your official documents, even if the originals are lost or stolen.

- Remember to check with your bank whether your credit card is subject to a daily withdrawal limit and examine the conditions concerning its use abroad. This will also allow you to evaluate the amount of cash you wish to take with you.

- Read up on local culture to avoid any potentially embarrassing intercultural blunders. Don’t hesitate to consult our web page devoted to local traditions and customs.

During your Stay:

- We would advise you to split your money up and to avoid keeping your bank cards and cash in the same place. Ideally, it is better to separate your cash (a little in your wallet and a little in the pocket of a bag kept in a safe place) and the cards. A money belt, tucked under your clothes, is a good way of carrying money with you and is far more inconspicuous than wearing a money pouch. If you have the misfortune of losing your money or of being robbed, at least you won’t have put all your eggs in the one basket.

- Don’t keep anything important in the back pocket of your trousers or in the pockets of your rucksack. Always remember to close, button and zip up your things.

- Keep your eyes open! Your gear can attract undesired attention, so you should stay focused and never leave your stuff unattended in public places. You should also bear in mind that the local attractions, fatigue and the general sense of wonder at the voyage tend to distract you and make you forget things – a chech on the chair of a café terrace, for example.

- You should avoid patting stray animals, even if it is extremely tempting for animal lovers; it wouldn’t do to have your finger bitten or to catch rabies from an infected animal right in the middle of your holiday! For the record, there are public hospitals in the area, including the villages, which provide high-quality healthcare and an emergency service. There is also a network of private clinics.
Please note the details of the Badr Al Samaa hospital in Salalah:

P.O. Box : 2344
P.C. 211
Sultanate of Oman
Tel: +968 23291830

The Hospital in Salalah

During an fishing charters Oman travel, come and catch big GT (Giant Trevally) more than 40kg
A Potato Grouper caught in waters off the Al Hallaniyat Islands in the southern Oman during a fishing charters oman by GT Fishing Oman, it is no boundaries for extreme fishing !!!

Fishing in Oman

All the mountings for fishing :

- GT or Giant Trevally

- Stingray

- Bluefish, Grupper, Amberjack, Tuna

Hitparade of «Trophy Fish» :

- GT / Giant Trevally

- Grouper

- Stingray

- Amberjack

- Tuna


- on the island of Al Hallaniyat

- in a room on the coast

- in private ' Hawar Lodge ' on the coast

- Camping in the wild