The history of fishing in Naples
Naples has always been a city very close to its sea, you can easily lose yourself in the beauty of its colors, but you can also practice different activities, such as fishing. Since ancient times Naples has always had a great relationship with the sea and fishing, there are traces of the first settlements along the coast near Baia and Cuma where small fishing villages were formed.
The best places for fishing in Naples (and around Naples)
Naples looks, out from its dawn, on the sea so the activities that relate to the sea, like fishing, have dozens of breathtaking places where to try them. The entire Gulf of Naples is one of the most appropriate locations if you have the opportunity to use some kind of boat.
Fishing in the port of Naples
The Mergellina cliff and the tourist port
Among the beauties of the Gulf of Naples, where you can go fishing, I cannot fail to mention the Mergellina promenade with its artificial reef and small tourist port. You can practice different types of fishing both Bolognese and English, with any type of bait. A seabed which is not very deep and which, among its beauties, hides the first port of the first Neapolis, founded on the islet of Megaride, where today stands the Castel dell'Ovo.
The mouth of the Garigliano
The mouth of the Garigliano river is one of the richest areas for mullet and sea bass fishing. Especially during the mating season, it is not difficult to come across large animals that go up the river. The most common bait is undoubtedly the Korean worm. Going up the course of the river one can also come across different river species such as carp.
The port of Pozzuoli
Fishing in the port of Pozzuoli is one of the most profitable for catching sea bass of different sizes. The port of Pozzuoli is open to free fishing only during the evening and night, when there are no more large caliber boats. The best time to try out fishing is undoubtedly the dawn, while the preferred bait is undoubtedly the evergreen weevil or live shrimp.
The port of Baia
Naples extends its coast for several tens of kilometers that make it a priceless place for those who love fishing. These are just some of the best places to practice this sport, but there are many other places like the lakes of Lucrino, Fusaro or Averno, or the wonderful places of the Sorrento peninsula with Massa Lubrense above all.
These are just some of the beauties that our city offers, if you are passionate about this sport, run to Naples.