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This week saw the return of some familiar faces, with Joern and Maria joining ‘Lone star’ and bringing along good vibes, chocolate and good music. In addition, David, Suzie and Joe stayed on board for another week and completing the group John R and Carla K from ...Read More
After last weeks trying conditions the weather finally played along beautifully, the tides kept clean cool water on the flats and as a result, the fishing was out of this world. Fishing the white sand flats that line the inside of the lagoon is a breathtaking ...Read More
Alphonse Island and St. Francois lagoon boast an impressive number of different species that are readily available to target on fly ranging from the ferocious Giant Rrevally to the speedy Bonefish. High up on the priority list for many Alphonse anglers sits the lesser-known Triggerfish, a feisty ...Read More
The tail end of a cyclone has kept a strong North-Westerly blowing and over the change, over a day it had picked up to 25 knots with some heavy cloud cover. The weather conditions meant that the new guest’s arrival was delayed by two days while the ...Read More
In knee-deep water, trying to figure out whether to be holding a 12wt or whether to be ready with an Al-flexo for a tailing Triggerfish can be a daunting task. On a pushing tide, the answer to this question can sometimes be critical to making the shot ...Read More
The promise of good weather was music to everyone’s ears as the large cyclone that had been moving close to Madagascar began to dissipate resulting in clear blue skies. The tides were ideal with a spring tide drop in the morning, which triggered some great Bonefish sessions. ...Read More
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