Most people link Kenya to safari, lions and elephants and
truly it is one of the best places to see the animals on the
savannah. Less known is what the Indian Ocean can offer.
Kenya is a neighbour to the Indian Ocean and under the
surface most of the species that is most popular among the
sport fishermen swims around.
The stock of Sailfish, Marlin, (blue, black and striped) and
the night active Broadbill is among the best in the world.
No other place can produce “fantasia slam” that means five
different species of billfish within 24 ours. More exact its
sailfish, three species of marlin and the broadbill. The
ocean has also god stocks of other types of big game fish as
Yellow Tin Tuna, Wahoo, Giant Trevally, Dorado, Kingfish
The stock of Tigershark is also in the top class and the
world record all tackle record of Bullshark belong to Kenya.
We have been working hard the last five years to build up a
solid base for a fishing scenario that truly “holds water”
and proudly we can invite
clients to sport fishing in “formula 1 class”. The season
starts with the monsoon blowing from the northeast in
October and ends in April.
We own a 31 feet bi game boat rigged and ready, but we also
use other captains and boats when we have many clients. Most
of the time we stay with the clients on the dream island
Lamu and rent a guesthouse where we have the whole house.
Everything is organized so the clients can relax and not
worrying about practical things during the stay
Billfish guarantee means that if the clients go after the
billfish in primetime we offer one day free fishing if the
boat do not have caught billfish
during the stay.
Alexander has long experience in sport fishing and has been
active as an guide in Norwegian salmon rivers for 20 years
and has the last years worked as an gillie on Fiva House in
Rauma. In 2004 Alex trawled down to Kenya to find out the
possibilities concerning fishing and he was not easy to
bring back again! Kenya is “father land” no 2 and during
winter time Lamu island is the right place to look for Alex.
Big challenge to adapt to this kind of fishing but with time
we learn and the boat do very well. The contact with the
locale fishermen and captains is very important concerning
safety and information. Alex is keen on flyfishing and try
to develop the boat and technique suited for fly fishing
smaller fish and the billfish. Alex is also a certified IGFA
captain and care for the tag & release program and
keep the stock healthy. The Billfish, Sharks and other
important fish due to size etc will be returned to the ocean.
If possible we take the fish in to make a photo and the
fisherman will have his name in the tagging
chard and later registrated in Kenya association of sea
IT IS THE SIZE THAT MATTERS!