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    Muscat is perhaps the most popular city of Oman and it is a great fishing destination. With the deep waters of Gulf of Oman covering the northern and western borders of Muscat, you will get to fish for some of the most exquisite game fish here. The fishing charters usually leave from the Marina Bander Al Rowdah. over 5 years ago

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    Salalah: This is one of the southernmost cities of Oman and has its entire southern border facing the Arabian Sea. With picturesque locations and a moderate climate, this city of Oman makes for one of the most sought after fishing destinations in the middle east. The targeted fish in Salalah include Trevally, Dorado, Yellowfin Tuna, Sailfish and the King Mackerel. Fishing season in Salalah is on all year through however, the monsoon time should be avoided as the seas can be very rough. A species specific fishing season in Salalah looks somewhat like this:
    Dorados are the prime fish in Salalah as their fishing season spans all year round in Salalah along with the King Mackerel. Next is the Trevally, the most lucrative time to fish for a Trevally is during October to April. September to March is the optimum time to fish for Yellowfin Tuna as they will be found in abundance during this time especially near floating objects. If you are visiting Salalah during the months spanning from February to April, then you are in time for some Sailfish action. https://reviews.clazwork.com almost 3 years ago

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