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We announce the suspension of our fishing operations in Sri Lanka. Game Fishing Asia will be taking no further bookings for this location from 01st April 2017 until further notice. Operational challenges bought about by inconsistent weather patterns and lack of remote maintenance facilities have hampered us in being able to consistently deliver the quality of service we strive for.

Our fishing grounds in Kirinda are situated in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka, just a few minutes’ drive away from the famous Yala National Park and about a six hour drive from Colombo.

The deep drop-offs of the continental shelf and a continuous supply of nutrient rich oxygenated water make Sri Lanka a spectacular destination for trophy fish.

Kirinda, Sri Lanka

The Island Nation of Sri Lanka is situated in the Indian Ocean southwest of the Bay of Bengal, between latitudes 5° and 10°N, and longitudes 79°  and 82°E.

Sri Lanka’s coastline is over 1,500 km long and along with the adjacent waters it supports support highly productive marine ecosystems.

Huge Giant Trevally, dog tooth tunas, black and blue marlin, large sailfish, big groupers and sharks are all found on the reefs and drop offs of the southern coastline of Sri Lanka.

Best known for explosive surface action with heavy chugging poppers and high octane vertical jigging, the Giant Trevally and Dog-tooth tuna are reputed to win more battles than the angler as you fish the reef edges and jagged drop offs.

Located on the South Coast of Sri Lanka, Kirinda is an exposed location and susceptible to the onslaught of the Southwest Monsoon.


The period from mid October to the end of April gives the best possible fishing conditions to make your trip a memorable one.

We’ve drawn up a list of the best combinations of rods, reels, line, leaders, hooks & lures to make sure you’re properly equipped to fish at all of our destinations. All our recommendations have been tried and tested to make sure your tackle is a match for the fish you want to catch. However every now and then you come across a fish that re-writes the rule book.

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India: 2nd Flood, 03 Foreshore Road, Haddo,
P.O. Port Blair 744102,
Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India


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