Two passengers jig for squid in the waters off Sai Kung, Hong Kong. When temperatures rise, squidding provides the perfect evening escape from the heat of the city. Photo: Connor Mycroft
Two passengers jig for squid in the waters off Sai Kung, Hong Kong. When temperatures rise, squidding provides the perfect evening escape from the heat of the city. Photo: Connor Mycroft
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Squid fishing in Hong Kong: techniques, bright lights on a fun social outing from Sai Kung – don’t forget to say you’d like your catch cooked

  • It’s the season for squid fishing, and trips can be booked any summer evening from piers in places such as Sai Kung and Central to bring relief from the heat
  • The technique for catching them is easy to master, and the sunset trip makes for a sociable evening out. Eat your catch grilled on board at the end of the night

Two passengers jig for squid in the waters off Sai Kung, Hong Kong. When temperatures rise, squidding provides the perfect evening escape from the heat of the city. Photo: Connor Mycroft
Two passengers jig for squid in the waters off Sai Kung, Hong Kong. When temperatures rise, squidding provides the perfect evening escape from the heat of the city. Photo: Connor Mycroft
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