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You know what's the best day to go for fishing?? EVERYDAY!!

FISHING should definitely be a part of your itinerary for your next Qatar trip or for the weekend. The mesmerizing landscapes, beaches, islands, and fishing spots in Qatar are sure to fulfill your desire to visit a beautiful Arab country. You can enjoy many outdoor activities in Qatar and a fishing trip is one of them. The crystal-clear waters that embrace Qatar offer an amazing fishing trip experience for you, your friends, and family. Whether you're a novice or a professional, going on a fishing trip in Qatar can never be disappointing. 

The mesmerizing blue waters are teaming up with a huge a variety of species such as King Mackerel, Barracuda, Queen Fish, Kobia, Sheri, Snapper, Hammour, and many more. So let’s go fish out the best spots to provide the greatest thrills, the best sport, a huge catch, or the opportunity to live life to the fullest.

Top Fishing Spots In Qatar :

Halat Umm al Khayfan - Halat Umm al Khayfan is a safe and shallow area for fishing. There is a small lighthouse at the center of Halat Umm al Khayfan known as Rubble tower, where you can access beautiful shallow areas with small drop-offs that make them best for fishing.

Al Aaliya Island and Al Safliya Island - These are the two islands located on the east end of capital of Qatar are the hot spots for fishing. The mesmerizing structures and buildings around the boundary of the shore make these islands a must to visit the place.

Doha SSE to Doha Buoy Channel - Although the water isn't particularly deep, it still offers good concentrations of fish. A useful tip here is to stick to the edge of the channel.

Banana Island - It is best to visit the area in the season to reap great results. You can watch the large sea birds looking for the fishes.


1.While fishing in a channel always gives priority to large vessels. Always give them a clear way to pass.

2.Always check the fuel in your boat before leaving the bank of a channel or sea. 

3.low your speed while entering the berth for lesser bumps.

4.Avoid boating in an old boat.

5.Take the catch and fishing log with you before entering a boat.

6.Remove all the trash from the jetty.

7. Inform the authorities before leaving and enter your details and time of arriving back before leaving the area.