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Jack Crevalle Jack Crevalle – When you come to Africa’s Eden to fish, every cast is a chance to hook a real monster. Sometimes, you get surprised by the size and species of the fish that bites.  African Waters guide Mike Dames runs us through a moment that will go down as one of the...
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micro jigs
Micro Jigs Over the last few seasons, we have been experimenting with different fishing styles for the upper reaches of the lagoon at Sette Cama. These areas usually have fairly steep banks and water in the 4-10m range with a mix of sediment and rocky bottom. Having had good success with paddletails and small trembler-like...
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Gabon
Gabon Being near the equator, sunrise and sunset in Gabon are roughly always at the same time every day, without much deviation as the seasons progress. That is really the only constant here. Another week started with some new and some familiar faces making up the party. Returning clients are great as they already know...
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sette cama
Sette Cama My husband Mike has been dreaming about fishing at Sette Cama in Gabon for more than a decade. When he eventually booked this trip of a lifetime with our son James and said I should come along, I was hesitant.  I thought it might be wild, and that the level of fishing might...
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Fishing in Gabon And we’re back! Just like that, another season at Sette Cama,  fishing in Gabon, has kicked off. After 6 months away, the Sette Cama guides team, and guests were delighted to touch down in the Jungle piscatorial paradise of West Africa. But we were not greeted by the lush jungle as expected....
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The 27th of January 2022 will remain one of the most special days of my life. Just like our two clients, Rick from the USA and the strong Ukrainian Yuri, it was the first time I had laid eyes on Setta Cama, Gabon. The rainforest, the amount of water everywhere and pure wilderness was breath-taking....
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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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gabon-2019-week-3-african-waters-cast-connect-conserve-updates-on-location-deeply-committed-to-conservation-boutique-fishing-camps-africa fishing blog
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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This week we welcomed back some old friends who have visited Sette Cama in the past. The team, mostly out of Zululand were eager to get back onto the water and doing battle with the giants of Gabon. Having visited the area before, they knew what to expect, and many of them had
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