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Our fifth week started and finished in the same fashion as most of the previous weeks so far this season, unseasonal cloudy weather, rain showers and a brisk wind continued to surround the Seychelles, enforcing that El Nino was here to stay. The water movements eased our ...Read More
The fourth week of the season has come and gone with not much change in the weather for the first 3 days of the week. The South-Easter would not let up as a low-pressure cell covered the entire Southern part of the Seychelles. The fishing, however, ended ...Read More
As was the case over the last few weeks the testing weather continued to surround the Seychelles, bringing strong winds and cloudy conditions, to the extent that our 10 anglers had to spend 2 days fishing Alphonse. The lagoon was clean, cool and the tides were perfect ...Read More
The South Easterly trade winds continue to blow, which made the last two weeks casting a little tricky. As they say, every cloud has a silver lining as the cooler winds kept the water temperatures down, which made for longer periods of incredible bonefishing and also enticed ...Read More
As we ease into the start of Alphonse Islands new season we welcomed a mixture of leisure, diving and fishing guests to enjoy all that our wonderful paradise island has to offer. The brisk South-Easterly trade winds eased to allow for some amazing sightings both on the ...Read More
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