Fishing at Paraiso de Chidenguele
Fishing is great and many fishermen - rock, surf, fly, fishing ski or deep-sea - have met their match in the unexploited waters of Paraiso de Chidenguele.
THIS IS KINGFISH COUNTRY.
Word has it that "monsters" lurk here - "smashed up" is often the name of the game.
Bring your own preferred bait although local bait - sealice, crabs, sillago, garfish, cuttlefish, livebait - may be obtained in the area.
Common shore catches include kingfish, queenfish, pompano, rock cod, stumpnose, lemonfish, speckled snapper, blacktail, shark, guitarfish and stingray.
Couta (king mackerel) and barracuda can also be taken from the shore.
Surf fishermen have endless expanses of beach offering both blue and white water on sand or on rock
Rock fishing offers kilometres of gullies, deep channels, or white water. At spring low tide, the offshore reef can be reached on foot offering access to clear, deep water - excellent for spinning or lures
Fly fishers can choose their spot from the beach or rock - large, deep pools exposed during low tide hold an array of feisty adversaries
Ski boaters have access to a surf launch site and can look forward to excellent gamefish catches. Fishing skis unmatched at Paraiso de Chidenguele ... enough said.