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Fishes The Shrimp Field

No.13, Section 3, Zhishan Road, Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2841 3225
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“large prawns” (2 reviews)
“few hours” (2 reviews)
No.13, Section 3, Zhishan Road, Shilin District, Taipei, Taiwan
+886 2 2841 3225
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Reviewed 2 February 2015

There are a lot of shrimp fishing buildings along the street. We got in one of them and spent 2 hours for fishing and grilled the catch. Cutting a bird lever as a bait was a little gross, but shrimping was really fun.

Thank lifetraveler62
Reviewed 24 September 2014 via mobile

I went the place was close to MRT station. The guy staff speaks Japanese samewhat. As a result, I could get a prown 10 min. each in average. After that, I ate grilled them tasty.

3  Thank takur0w
Reviewed 9 May 2014

Shrimp fishing is a popular local past time in Taipei. It's also a lot of fun. You can find indoor shrimp pools all over the city, but the best ones are in Shilin District. We frequent this one every couple of months. Live shrimp are...More

4  Thank MissCK
Reviewed 18 January 2014

Shrimps fishing is the best outing to spend for any ages. Everyone in my family enjoyed the experience especially when the shrimps were caught! You can order some food while shrimps fishing as it could take awhile to catch shrimps. It was a cooling weather...More

2  Thank yippy75
Reviewed 16 December 2013

Just as how fishing for fish is a guy thing, much more it is when fishing for shrimp. I mean, I could just scoop those shrimp with my bare hands instead of waiting the whole time before I can catch anything. By the time I...More

3  Thank AronTronRay
Reviewed 29 August 2013

I visited this shrimp fishing place on a rainy afternoon after we had spent a few hours at the National Palace Museum. What a great way to pass a couple of hours when it was teaming with rain outside! I visited with my parents, wife,...More

2  Thank Mark T
Reviewed 1 August 2013

Not very clean but nice to pass the time I suppose. I didn't like the set up too much. But hey to each their own!

Thank Chanel N
Reviewed 23 June 2013

For whatever reason, I may not fully understand, but this is definitely a guy thing. My husband had a blast doing this, even though we sat for 3 hours in our little plastic chairs and only caught maybe 3 shrimp. I mostly sat there bored,...More

4  Thank Tristelle
Reviewed 13 April 2013

We went to see shrimp fishing (in Waishuanghsi) just out of curiosity. It is not cheap though and you need time to spend to get a good bite. It cost NT$ 300 / per hour including rod and bites, NT$ 500 for 2 hours or...More

3  Thank Budi_KN
Reviewed 10 March 2013

I actually never found this one, my friend lived in Luzhou district. And for the life of me I can't tell you what street it was on. But if you do wander around Luzhou district, you can find them if you look closely. Just peer...More

1  Thank esladky
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