Sport Fishing on Lake Mburo – Fishing in Lake Mburo National Park
Sport Fishing on Lake Mburo is one of the most thrilling tour activities on top of the boat cruise on the same water body. Lake Mburo National Park has about 6 species of fish with Tilapia as the dominant one and the best fishing spot is Mazinga. Visitors should carry their own fishing equipment and also have a permit from the Uganda Wildlife Authority allowing them to do the fishing adventure. Speedway Safaris organizes everything regarding sport fishing tours on any lake in Uganda. We prepare for you the fishing gears for your fishing adventure experience on Lake Mburo.
Lake Mburo has 13 lake and five of them are within the sector of the park. Lake Mburo being the biggest of all, fishermen come to it for fishing including those doing fishing safaris in Uganda. The main designated fishing spots are at Mazinga, and it’s safe along Lake Mburo and you don’t have to worry about the hippos and crocodiles.
Uganda being a country of several water bodies including lakes and rivers, fishing is a hot activity to carry out. Sport fishing is carried out on several Lakes in Uganda including the world’s biggest Lake Victoria. Fishing the Nile Perch in Lake Victoria is incredible. The lake also has catfish, Tilapia, the tiger fish, ferocious fighter, Ngara, silver fish and many more.
Lake Mburo National Park is among the major tourist places in western Uganda. Besides sport fishing, the park is known for its amazing game drive safaris as well as boat cruise among others. A safari to Lake Mburo may be done as a 1 day wildlife trip, 2, 3 days or more to be able to exploit all the tour activities in Uganda’s tiniest national park. But the park may also be visited during longer Uganda safari holidays that may also entail gorilla trekking in Bwindi, safari tours in Queen Elizabeth National Park or a holiday vacation to Lake Bunyonyi.
Apart from Lake Mburo National Park, other tourist spots in Uganda where one can do sport fishing include Murchison Falls National Park and Lake Victoria among others.