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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Phillipines


Hunting and fishing trips in Phillipines: known for monster schools of tuna and deep sea fishing for giant trevally

The Philippines has an allure that one can’t overlook, its full of life and its people will welcome you with open arms. An archipelago of over 7,000 islands, and smack in the middle of the pelagic trail of the world’s most wanted game fishes, the Philippines are boundless with fishing offerings.

There are rare fish like the rock flagtail that swims along the streams, but also endless schools of fish like the tuna in which one out of every five tuna taken from the sea worldwide is caught in the Coral Triangle, a six-million-kilometer playground for anglers. There are also fish introduced during the turn of the century by Americans in an effort to develop and grow sports fishing in the islands like the largemouth bass.

Camiguin Island will have you struggling to keep your stance at the catch of massive giant trevally and wahoo, whilst Mactan Island has a rainbow of choice waiting to bite the bait such as mackerel, dorado, barracuda, and sailfish. For more tactical and precise fishing, there is jigging for the starry triggerfish, a dotted wonder with an opal cloak that lives in the bottoms of the coast and reef, or night fishing for the nocturnal grouper as it circles the reefs.

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