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snapper
cubera snapper
Cubera Snapper It was the penultimate day of a successful week at Sette Cama, with many jacks, threadfin, cubera snapper, and tarpon coming to hand. Teddy Coulter was at the helm of the new aluminium skiff, the latest addition to the Sette Cama fleet. Unlike the other panga-style boats, this skiff sits low to the...
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Sette Cama Lodge
Sette Cama Lodge Arriving at Sette Cama Lodge after some rain, we anticipated some excellent fishing. However, what we experienced during the first two nights exceeded all expectations. It was the inaugural fishing trip to Gabon for my father and brother, and they were greeted with a warm welcome. Rapid Start at Sette Cama Within...
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Jig Fishing
Jig Fishing This morning, we embarked on our ongoing expedition to explore the expansive ndogo lagoon system, aiming to uncover its immense jig fishing potential. Using microjigs weighing between 10 to 20 grams, we promptly discovered a substantial population of snapper. The immense size of this area can be overwhelming, but our journey to unlock...
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fishing at sette cama
Fishing at Sette Cama Fishing at Sette Cama: As the sun dipped below the horizon, marking the end of the first full day of the Sette Cama fishing season, there was a palpable sense of excitement and accomplishment in the air. The day had been filled with anticipation and preparation, and it concluded with a...
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Sette Cama Gabon
Sette Cama Gabon Sette Cama Gabon: When the realms of a flourishing marine and terrestrial ecosystem converge, a stage is set for awe-inspiring and unimaginable experiences. Sette Cama, nestled in the southern reaches of Gabon’s Loango National Park, beckons both avid anglers and nature enthusiasts to the forefront of this natural masterpiece. Here, you’ll discover...
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The second week of the Sudan season was looking good following the success from week one. The guys arrived late on the evening of 22 feb, unpacked all the gear and headed off to bed as we were leaving port a few hours after that. The next morning the boat was busy with everyone sorting...
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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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Week 8 saw the guys welcoming back X-Factor angling for the second time this season. Their first trip with us was in the North on the coastal flats chasing trophy triggerfish. Despite the extreme weather they were able to land some truly magnificent fish, however, it was time for them to experience the South with...
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A truly an incredible second week on the Nubian flats. With the Nubian Flats Deep South season in Sudan now in full swing, we are glad to report back on the incredible fishing that was experienced this past week. The bluefin trevally were completely off the charts having landed a couple up to the 80cm...
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