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Alphonse's Group Director Keith Rose-Innes explains how to make the best braided fly line loop so that you will not lose a set Giant Trevally in the future. Usually, the line is one of the most important components to ensure you get the fish, you have spotted. ...Read More
We are luckily based at one of the most prolific Bonefish fisheries in the world and often I see guests casting frantically at a shoal they believe to be Bonefish, but that just don't seem to bite. Nine of ten times this is because they are casting to ...Read More
by Cameron Musgrave I have witnessed countless guests over the years that have no clue on what to carry in their backpacks whilst on the flats. Some carry everything including the kitchen sink, while others at best might have a box half full of the wrong flies. ...Read More
Over the years many methods have been hatched up to catch the Indo-Pacific Sailfish on fly fishing tackle. As a skipper I find that taking a back to basics route is by far the best way to target, hook and land a Sailfish. This will be your ...Read More
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
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