Arabian Fly Sport Fishing, Oman

The place to target permit in southern Oman

After an extensive period of exploration the Arabian Fly Sport Fishing team settled in Salalah in southern Oman to offer world class guided and tailor made saltwater fly fishing trips. Whether you are walking the beaches, drifting the sand flats, exploring secluded bays or teasing large pelagic fish along the drop off, Oman has a multitude of species to target. In this rugged landscape travelling anglers will discover comfortable accommodation and a rich and diverse fly fishery.

Huge species variety on different methods

Oman’s diverse waters offer anglers a wide variety of fishing with inshore and offshore boat fishing and wading on shallow beach flats all available in one location. There are no long journeys each day as the drop off and inshore fishing is just a few minutes from the dock, allowing you to maximise your time on the water.

In the morning you can target tailing T.africanus (permit), Omani bream, milkfish, queenfish, bluefish, pompano and multiple trevally species whilst drifting along the vast cliff faces or exploring the shallow beaches and secluded bays.

Then spend the afternoon relaxing while you troll for billfish and dorado along the drop off, or get the blood pumping as you cast to large busting bait balls of tuna.

The land based fishing is not for the faint hearted and often requires a hike to remote beaches. Once there be prepared to run up and down the beach chasing the elusive Indo-Pacific permit as they tail in the shallows or cast to large spot pompano and bluefish.

At certain times of the season you might encounter the odd GT cruising the shoreline in search of a tasty snack.

Selecting the right tides and time of year is vitally important for those looking to focus on the shallow water fishing.

For those who like to spend more time searching for bigger ocean fish, a 30ft offshore boat is available. Fully kitted with all the latest equipment; twin 200 four stroke Yamaha engines, Furuno electronics and radar to get you straight to the action quickly and in comfort. There’s a full range of top of the line Penn conventional and spinning gear as well as an extensive array of teasers and lures. Anglers and guides will be fully prepared for any species encountered along the drop off.

​Anglers fly fishing for pelagic species will find a full range of Hardy rods and reels to target the chosen quarry. Teasing pelagics is one of team’s specialties and there is nothing like seeing the bill of a lit up sailfish, marlin or a neon green dorado inhale a fly just feet from the boat.

​From mid-February to May schools of yellowfin tuna arrive offering fantastic surface fishing. Casting poppers or stickbaits to busting fish up to 80kg will certainly test your strength and stamina.​

Pelagic species include: dorado, sailfish, marlin (black, blue and striped), and yellowfin tuna.

Comfortable lodging to relax at the end of a hard day’s fishing

Located just 20 minutes from Salalah International airport in the picturesque marina promenade of Hawana, sits the Juweira Boutique Hotel. This beautiful 4* hotel is situated along the white sandy beaches of the Arabian sea with a stunning backdrop of the Jebel Samhan mountains.

The hotel offers luxurious deluxe rooms as well as marina suites which provide a perfect place to relax after a day out on the water. Amenities include two restaurants, a bar, two large swimming pools and a state of the art wellness centre.

The floating dock is located at the end of the hotel so anglers simply need to hop off the boat after a full day’s fishing and the comforts of their hotel will be immediately available.

Getting to Salalah

Getting to Salalah is very simple. There are daily flights from Muscat, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Doha direct to Salalah International airport. It’s just a 20 minute drive from here to the Juweira Marina which offers multiple beaches, swimming pools, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, dive facilities and much more.

Salalah is a perfect location for both fishing and non fishing parties. For the non fishing members of the group there are half and full day tours on offer to all the beautiful sights and attractions in Salalah and the surrounding area.

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