Fishing in Sicily

If you live or have been to Italy and you have not been to Sicily, you have not yet been to Italy at all. Sicily is the bigger island of Italy. Sicily is tantamount to fishing as it has clear waters and variety of fish species being the largest Island in the Mediterranean Sea.

In Sicily, fishing takes place from several harbors like, Taormina, Favignana, Syracuse, Lampedusa, Noto just to mention a few.

Fish to find in Sicily

Bluefin tuna

Get the Bluefin tuna in Sicily. Bluefin tuna is the largest tuna species and sturdiest. This tuna species has torpedo body shape and retractable fins that enhances their speed. Adult Bluefin tuna scales around 2.5 m and weigh close to 250 kg. However, the biggest Bluefin recorded weighed 679 kg and 3.7 m long. The best time to fish Bluefin tuna is around the month of April to November but May, August, September, and October are the peak months in Sicily.

Bluefin tuna
Swordfish

Swordfish

Swordfish is a trophy fish as per sport fishing anglers. It has an elongated bill. Swordfish is difficult to fish due to its stubborn fights and stunning jumps. With their elongated bodies, swordfish grow 4.5 m long and weighs 650kg. They have a fascinating speed of up to 97kph. Swordfish are best fished in the summer during the night since during the day they stay in the deep sea.

Amberjack

Amberjack has a lightning speed and power fighting which makes it the best sport fishing. When hooked, it puts up a great fight. It weighs up to 50kg and a length of close to 2m. Almost all year round is good in Sicily to fish for Amberjack.

Amberjack

Come to Sicily for a fishing trip, and you will experience all the fun. Wild Sicily together with the expertise of Sicilyfishing.com crew will make sure that you don’t only fish around the beautiful Island but have other fun things like swimming in the clear blue waters and see the beautiful views around the island while still fishing. Imagining how that trip will be? Stop imagining and take your fishing trip to Sicily. Let Wild Sicily be your solution in helping have all in Sicily.

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