Pêche Île Maurice

Pêche au Gros à l'Ile Maurice - Située à 900 km à l'est de Madagascar et environ 3800 km au sud de l'Inde, l'île est connue pour être l’un des meilleurs spots de pêche du monde. A quelques kilomètres de la plage se cache énormément d’espèces telles que les marlins bleus et noirs, les requins mako, les requins tigres, les thons à nageoires jaunes, thons à dents de chien et encore beaucoup d’autres. La pêche au gros se pratique tout au long de l’année. Les meilleurs mois pour le marlin bleu et noir sont de Novembre à Avril. Les plages de l'île Maurice sont célèbres pour leur sable fin et leur rangée de cocotiers qui les bordent. Mais il n'a a pas que ça! Dans son intérieur elle cache de volcans et des forêts peuplés de oiseaux exotiques.

Sorties de pêche Île Maurice
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Club 1034 Lady Diana Île Maurice pêche
Club 1034 Lady Diana
10 12,00m

Grand Baie, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 452,71
26 feet Sport Fisher Île Maurice pêche
26 feet Sport Fisher
4 8,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 350,00
Le Dodo Île Maurice pêche
Le Dodo
9 11,00m

Grand Baie, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 385,00
Moana 1 Île Maurice pêche
Moana 1
6 10,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 400,00
Moana 3 Île Maurice pêche
Moana 3
8 13,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 500,00
Chilipoint Too Île Maurice pêche
Chilipoint Too
4 14,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 550,00
Thalassa Île Maurice pêche
10 15,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 570,00
Jigging in Mauritius Île Maurice pêche
Jigging in Mauritius
4 8,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 400,00
Flipper 7 Île Maurice pêche Avatar du capitaine du charter Patrice
Flipper 7
10 14,00m

Rivière Noire, Île Maurice (MAU)

De 500,00
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10 Charter en Île Maurice

Conseils, appâts, leurres & plus

Mauritius, is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, and is situated off the coast of Madagascar, which itself is off the coast of central/southern Africa. With a population of around 1.3m its capital city of Port Louis, with a population of around 150,000, was named after the French king Louis XV. The old parts of the capital, and indeed, the island itself still has a distinctly colonial feel to it although the island has a rich cultural diversity with such buildings as the (English-style) Saint James Cathedral, the Tamil Temple and the elegant five-tier colonial Port Louis Theatre.

The climate is very pleasant with average temperatures of around 28C and the humidity and mountainous interior to the island give it a lush, tropical atmosphere. The seas around Mauritius offer excellent your next big game fishing trip with experienced skippers and fishing charters waiting to take anglers to fish off the reefs and coves around the island or out into the deep waters of the Indian Ocean.

Big game fishing in Mauritius is the name of the game here and angling takes place all year round with different species being sought depending on the time of year. Most of the angling tours take place on the West Cost from Port Louis, Black River or Grand Baie although there are several other areas around the east coast that are becoming more popular. The island is a Mecca for anglers and as a considerable income is made for the island from anglers, they are treated with respect. Angling is from modern, well-equipped boats skippered and crewed by highly-experienced anglers. The fishing charter companies are professional and adept at making even the most inexperienced angler get the catch of his life. MarlinMag rates Mauritius as one of the world's best fishing destinations for granders, along side with Cape Verde, Azores, Madeira, Gran Canaria, Hawaii, Australia or Brasil.

There are several different types of angling practised around the island and, in recent years, the traditional deep-sea angling has been augmented by other styles which are continuing to grow in popularity. For instance, in recent years Jigging and popping have become more and more popular. For those of you more used to the world of European angling, jigging is the practice of fishing with a jig which is a type of lure consisting of a heavy sinking (usually made of lead), which is covered in a soft body. Embedded in the body is the hook and the jig is raised and lowered in the water column in a jerky, ‘jigging’ motion, hence the name. Jigging is very popular throughout the Indian Ocean region and, indeed, throughout much of the world, although less so in European countries. As an alternative to spinning it can be a deadly method in the right place at the right time.

Popping is different to jigging in that the lure, which is usually made from wood or plastic, is pulled along the surface of the water, or just below. The lure is jerked and pulled erratically so as to imitate a wounded or excited fish. The idea is that fish that swim in the upper layers will be attracted to the lure and strike at it. This is a very exciting way to fish as the strike against the lure can be explosive in the extreme!

Light tackle fishing is a new concept to the area, and one that is growing in popularity. As the name suggests, lighter tackle is used as opposed to the heavy deep-water tackle and the angling is done in shallow waters around the reefs and bays. The usual catch is smaller tuna or king fish.

Soudan Bank

Situated about 100 nautical miles north east from Mauritius, the Soudan Bank is an virtually untouched fishing area of more than 100 km2. The depths range between 50m and 15m. Thi is marlin territory, but also home to yellow fin tuna, dogtooth tuna, grouper, giant trevally, etc

Most fishing charters in Mauritius offer fishing expeditions to the Soudan Bank. It's a long journey (15 hours to get there and 15 hours back), so it's worth the wile to stay several days. Fishing the Soudan Bank isn't the cheapest option, but you'll never forget!

Top des espèces de poissons Île Maurice


Pacific Blue Marlin: Can be caught all year round. Weight: 100 to 1430 pounds. Best months, November to April.

Black Marlin: The Mauritian record is around 750lb. Average weight 400lb. An all-year catch but particularly prevalent in summer and a great, hard-fighting fish. 

Yellow Fin Tuna: Big specimen fish are abundant in March and April but can also be caught all year round in smaller sizes. Max weight around 200lb. Another hard-fighting fish.

Dogtooth Tuna: A member of the tuna family that is found close to the reefs. The biggest specimens are around 220-230lb. It is expected a new world record fish will come from the Mauritius area.

Giant Trevally or GT: The Giant Trevally is a super predator that often hunts in shoals attacking their prey in a ferocious, frenzy like manner. They can be found in a wide variety of marine systems ranging from the shallow flats to deep water pinnacles.

Skipjack Tuna: Found in large shoals, this surface-feeding fish is found all year round and smaller fish make ideal bait for Marlin Fishing. Mauritius holds several world records with specimens of around 42lb.

Wahoo: With weights up to 125lb with an average of around 45lb, Wahoo are great fun on light tackle and are found all year round.

Dorado: Dorado rarely exceed 50lb but don’t be fooled by the lighter weights as when caught on light tackle they can be very exciting. Found all year round. 

Mako Shark: A fierce fighter and a fish not to be messed around with! Large specimens are caught every year and the world record, caught in Mauritius is 1115 pounds.

Blue Shark: Another record-breaker for Mauritius, the blue shark, although not very abundant, is one to search out.

Tiger Shark: With fish in the waters around Mauritius to over 1000lb, this is one fish that has a reputation for swallowing anything that floats! Generally a good fighting fish.



Visitez les endroits comme par exemple Grand Baie, Black River, Trou aux Biches, Pointe Eglise, Pointe aux Sables, Pointe des Pêcheurs, Flic en Flac et Poste Lafayette.


Il faut avoir une licence de pêche sportive pour pouvoir pêcher en Île Maurice tant en eau douce comme en mer. Par contre, les licences de pêche normalement sont inclues dans le prix des sorties de pêche.




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