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Do you want to go fishing in the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic sea but don’t know how? Check our list and choose your fishing charter in Croatia.
Croatia is a country with one of the most mesmerizing coasts in the Adriatic. That makes it not only a popular tourist destination, but also a hotspot for many fishing enthusiasts. The many islands, secret bays and crystal clear waters call every angler to come to Croatia and catch a trophy that he can proudly bring home.
Croatia is home to 718 islands. I repeat that, 718 islands. There are endless options for where to go fishing along this inviting Mediterranean coastline. Not all of them are the same. Some are a fishing gold mine and others a dessert. And who knows better where to find the best fishing spots than the local fishers? No one.
Most people from abroad don’t have the luxury of having such a friend there. That’s where a good fishing charter in Croatia comes in. They are there to make your fishing experience as memorable and enjoyable as possible.
These are our favourite fishing charters in Croatia!
Head down south to the sunny Dalmatian coast, to the historic town of Trogir. Fishing Adventure, a professional fishing charter is waiting there to give you a top-notch local fishing experience.
This fishing charter is located not far from Split and offers big game fishing, bottom fishing and live bait fishing in the rich waters of sunny Dalmatia. All of their captains are IGFA licensed, know all the hotspots with the desired fish and know all the fishing techniques to catch them. For them, fishing is not just a hobby but a way of life.
Join them on a Fishing adventure!
In the southernmost city of Croatia, the historic town of Dubrovnik, Maritimo Fishing offers various types of fishing trips into one of the best saltwater fishing grounds on the Croatian coastline. Big game fishing, bottom fishing, spinning and more techniques are proven to catch everything from the giant bluefin tuna to the delicious dentex.
Hop on one of their boats and go fishing to the Elaphiti Islands, Grebeni Reef, the greenest island of Mljet, and more. If you want to feel closer to nature, kayak fishing should be your choice. And since you are in Dubrovnik, a town rich in history, you can also combine fishing with sightseeing on their Fish and walk trip.
Whatever your desire, Maritimo fishing can accommodate you!
A second fishing charter from the Istrian peninsula is all about efficient fishing. It means that they always fish for those species that are in high season. But not only that — its founder, Nikola Mijandrušić wants to share his passion for fishing and the beauty of the sea on his YouTube page and to everyone who joins him on a fishing adventure.
On their half-day trips, they will recommend the best technique depending on the season and make sure you catch plenty of fish. If you join them on multiple-day trip, you’ll explore one their favourite remote locations around the Istrian peninsula and enjoy gourmet dinners at sea.