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Tarpon Fishing Africa Tarpon Fishing Africa: Another week, another remarkable achievement unfolds at Sette Cama as a first-time success story. This week, we welcomed Brian and his brother, Mark, to our camp, filled with high hopes of engaging with the multitude of predatory fish that thrive in the surf zone. Brian’s unwavering determination and commitment proved...
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With 2020 behind us and the new season commencing, the camp staff and guides were more than excited to welcome the first week’s guests. Upon arrival it was evident how much rain had fallen in the prior two weeks leading up to the first week. Katse Dam had risen dramatically consuming most of the lower...
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As with all good things, the Kalahari 2020 season has come to an end and been committed to the memory banks and backed up. All that is left are the memories and photographs and some sore cheeks from all the laughing. But the river keeps flowing, the fish continue to feed and fight the currents,...
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Imagine a fish so big that some call it the elephant of the river. Imagine it once inhabited the waters of 1/4 of the African continent in vast numbers. Now imagine, that largely unseen to the developed world, a wave of humanity has reduced all the rivers and surrounding landscapes to skeletal remains. But, right...
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When you arrive in Sette Cama, the first day in camp can feel a little surreal. This energy and excitement that has been building during the weeks leading up to your trip, the heightened anticipation that has grown exponentially during your travels to camp, all peaking at 11:00 am when you arrive at camp, and...
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https://africanwaters.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/video-blog-2-tanzania-2019.mp4AW guides Brent and James discussing what else this incredible fishery has to offer besides the world class fishing!
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The 2015/2016 season was one of the best seasons we’ve had in Gabon, and even though that season is in now in the past, it was clear that the first week of the 2016/2017 season picked up exactly where we left off a couple months earlier. In near perfect conditions, the week was
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