Sport and Game Fishing

Superb blue water sport and big game fishing awaits you from your base at Matava – Fiji’s Premier Eco Adventure Resort.

Kadavu island is volcanic in origin and rises 3,000 meters from the ocean floor. Surrounded by hundreds of miles of fringing coral, the island also has 75 miles of great barrier reef forming sheltered lagoons and steep outer reef drop-offs.

Bite Me Too at cruise

Bite Me Too at cruise

Game Fishing aboard ‘Bite Me Too’

For the keen billfish angler or those who just wish to have a day of fun fishing for Pacific Sailfish, Yellowfin Tuna, Wahoo or Dolphinfish, we offer Bite Me Too, our custom built 30ft fast offshore centre console game fishing boat.

Bite Me Too is powered by twin Mercury 4-stroke 150HP engines and with a cruise speed of 30kts, will have you fishing the 1,000 Fathom line in under 10 minutes.

Twin Mercury 150s

Twin Mercury 150s

We hold over 50 Fiji National Records  and IGFA World Records.

  • Lure & Bait Trolling
  • Live Baiting
  • Switch & Bait
  • Deep Water Jigging
  • Popper Casting

The resort has a Tag & Release policy on all billfish and a Catch & Release policy on all Giant Trevally. We do however take home dinner and our cooks will be delighted to prepare your catch for the dinner plate. Sashimi, Kokoda, grilled mahi mahi, seared yellowfin tuna . . . You catch it, we cook it !

See our Gamefishing Website

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The Praise

“it has been well documented in fishing magazines that these islands not only produce an amazing variety of tropical gamefish, but also that the fish seem to come in exceptionally large sizes”

“The huge black marlin and enormous wahoo we ran up against were enough to convince me that the potential for records there is virtually untapped!”

“…it seems the wahoo only come in two sizes – big and bigger !”

“Our overnight stay at the pretty Matava Resort was a wonderful experience and here traditional thatched Fijian bures set among the lush hilly rainforest offer magnificent views of the lagoon and fringing reef”
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