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Archives: February 2018

  • 23 February 2018

    Cosmoledo Fishing News – 123 GT’s and Much More!

    The first week of the second half of the Cosmoledo 2017/2018 season kicked off with a bang! The two months of rest clearly showed on the atoll with the new arrivals having countless shots at flats cruising GT’s throughout the week. The crystal clear water and absolute ...

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  • 23 February 2018

    Astove Fly Fishing News – “Slams” Every Day

    Astove Fishing News 12 – 19 February 2018 – “Slams" Every Day! After the Christmas festive season break and some great weather we were all pretty excited to see what the Astove fishery had in store for us. It couldn’t have started any better with Daryl Ewer catching a gorgeous ...

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  • 21 February 2018

    Alphonse Island Fishing News 10 – 17 February 2018

    After a long stretch of inclement weather at Alphonse Atoll, the clouds parted and the winds seized giving way to absolute glassy and downright hot conditions. This week tides started with the tapering of neap to spring with a midday low enabling anglers to fish equal drop ...

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  • 21 February 2018

    Alphonse Island Fishing News 3 – 10 February 2018

    Extreme weather with strong winds and heavy rain started the week  at Alphonse Atoll but the situation calmed quickly as the tides shifted to neap, giving way to some of the most favorable fishing conditions experienced in quite some time. The last few days of the spring ...

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  • 15 February 2018

    Alphonse Island Fishing News 27 January – 3 February 2018

    Anglers were met with extreme conditions this week at Alphonse Island as the waxing to full moon coalesced the spring tides. Most mornings started dismally as the strong north winds, black clouds and rain squalls collided with the atoll, however miraculously those conditions calmed during fishing hours ...

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  • 5 February 2018

    Alphonse Island Fly Fishing News 20 – 27 January

    Tricky unseasonably wet and windy conditions have lingered due to a massive tropical depression off the coast of Madagascar. Regardless, St. Francois flats continued to yield good numbers of bonefish with a trophy-size of 70cm landed by Trevor Skinner who also landed the notoriously moody Yellow Margin ...

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