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GABON TWO WEEK FLY FISHING EXPLORATORY REPORT:The estuary mouth area produced some good cubera snapper, senegalese kob, big jacks, barracuda, and a really decent sized threadfin. Some really big tarpon were also hooked on fly, but unfortunately managed to get away every time. The mid and lower sections of the lagoon fished exceptionally well and guests...
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After last weeks success, the new group of anglers from South Africa was very eager to keep the momentum going.The first evening we decided to fish the pushing tide around sunset with good success. Decent size jacks & barracuda kept the guys busy, but once the sun dipped below
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Fly fishing at Sette Cama is certainly not your average day of casting flies to tailing fish. In contrast, you are blind fishing in pounding surf, often fighting wind, and a big portion of this is done mostly at night. So it’s most definitely not every fly fisherman’s cup of tea
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For the second week of the 2019 season, we had a group of returning guests joining from South Africa. With the previous week ending on a high, the guys were very keen to get stuck in.The skies were still very heavy after some big downpours – The resulting “gingerbeer” water was
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Week 3 of the 2017 season we were joined by a group from the UK plus one South African guest. Unfortunately for the new guests in camp, the good fishing in the surf slowed down dramatically compared to the the previous week. We’ve not had rain for almost two weeks now, which is
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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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This is an exceptional fish, by any standards, but there is a lot more to this fish than its size. Estimated at 45 kilos, this is the biggest cubera that we have landed in Gabon on lure, off the beach. The reason that this fish is so special is because of the story that it
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After months of planning and excitement, we finally welcomed Russel & Kenneth Collins, Guy Mccormack, Dave & Sandy Bell, Marnus & Tinus van Zyl, and Jack to Sette Cama. The guys arrived quite late in the day, so after a short briefing, we went through all the tackle
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Mark grew up in the picturesque coastal town of Jeffreys Bay. Known for its spectacular beaches and perfect waves, its natural for any young local to take up surfing. However, Mark’s passion lies below the waves and as a five year old ankle biter he took up fishing.
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