The waters of the Solomon islands are renowned for big game, reef, wreck, beach and estuary fishing. The action is unparalleled and the waters are virtually unspoiled by commercial fishing.
You can troll along the sheer drop-offs for Spanish mackerel, Wahoo and dog-tooth tuna or cast into the surf for giant trevally, red bass and coral trout.
The serious game fishermen can pursue Pacific sailfish, blue, black and striped marlin, yellow fin tuna. In the quiet jungle rivers you can catch mangrove jack, estuary cods, brassy trevally and spot tail bass.
Try your luck with a line, a spear, a net or even other fishing methods... with 992 islands surrounded by 1.35 million sq km of sea you're bound to catch something
Solomon Islands lie out of mass tourist routes. There are no luxury resorts. The archipelago offers one of the richest on the earth underwater world, miles of lonely sandy beaches and wonderful sense of calm