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Fishing in Gabon
Fishing in Gabon Fishing in Gabon: One thing that has become pretty clear over time is that people very rarely visit Sette Cama only once, and this is definitely true for Matt Frank, who joined us for his fourth visit in just two years. For his group, it was a family and friends trip, with...
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Sette Cama
Sette Cama Gabriel Botha’s latest cinematic endeavor, “Sette Cama,” spotlights Gabon’s premier fly fishing retreat managed by African Waters. Nestled in an almost pristine, untamed setting, this angler’s haven teems with a diverse array of gamefish, including tarpon, cubera snapper, Giant African threadfin, and longfin jacks. These formidable predators voraciously attack both live baitfish and...
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Sette Cama Tarpon Fishing
Sette Cama Tarpon Fishing This week, we’ve had the privilege of hosting Sette Cama legends, renowned for their passion for Sette Cama Tarpon Fishing. Year after year, we eagerly anticipate their return to our camp. For this special week, we were delighted to welcome Eric and Nadine, along with their friends Christian, Florian, Michel, Jean-Luc,...
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tarpon fishing Africa
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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Baselines always shift, but Sette Cama has a habit of completely going above the normal standards. We unfortunately only had one day of rain which I would of termed as hard rain, apparently it was but a drizzle. The fishing was unbelievable, yet still apparently slow. This place goes above and beyond. This week we...
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The Lesotho highlands are a very far cry from the Miombo Woodlands of Zambia and Zimbabwe, and so the wilderness-hardened Southern African guests arrived with slack-jawed, breathless cries of “Mushe!” which I believe is Zimbabwean for “hectic”, “aweh” or “lekker!”. Unfortunately, they also arrived to a river that was completely brown after a serious overnight...
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Heading into the eighth week of the Kalahari season with another new group of keen guests who had never fished the orange river, expectations amongst the guides were high following the previous weeks increase in volume and size of fish. We had that feeling that something special was going to happen, the river felt alive,...
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A mixture of old and new, with returning guest, Randy and new clients Myrium and Nerravid from Spain, it was time to once again hit the water, starting on the Mynera. It didn’t take long for the action to take place as weather conditions were favourable. Randy’s first fish of the trip was a 19lb...
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The opening week of the Kalahari 2021 season set off to a fantastic start despite the slow fishing. The cold, relatively high-water level and considerably lower visibility, compared to that of the previous season, due to floods earlier in the summer certainly contributed largely to the slow fishing. The order of the trip was to...
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Where does one start in trying to put this week into words? Descriptions can only do so much, and I don’t feel I can do a week of this magnitude any justice through words alone.Quite simply put, it all came together this week. We’ve talked previously about conditions, and how when they mix just right,...
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