blog category: Saltwater fishing

Exmouth, Australia, Aardvark McLeod, trevally, sailfish, permit

Australia is a vast country with over 16,000 miles of coastline, much of which is widely unexplored and has no nearby settlements. Due to this, fish species are able to thrive from various trevally species, two permit species, queenfish through to species rarely found else where such as blue bastards and tuskfish. With such species… Read More>>>


Turneffe Flats Lodge, Belize, Aardvark McLeod

In 1997, Lincoln Westby and his wife Perline decided to build a fishing lodge in Southern Belize, located in one of the worlds most productive permit fisheries. Coined, “permit alley” the fishing grounds are known for their expansive pancake flats that teem with marine life. There is no better place to fish for tailing permit… Read More>>>


Cayo Cruz Romano, Cuba, Aardvark McLeod, bonefish, tarpon, permit, snook, fishing in Cuba

CAYO CRUZ SUMMER SPECIAL US$ 2,499 per angler with a single room and double skiff. 7 nights in a single room at Cayo Cruz at Oceans Arena Blanca hotel. 6 days of fly fishing in a shared skiff. Beverages on the skiff. Valid for trips from August 31st to September 28th 2019. The new causeway… Read More>>>


Costa Rica, Osa Peninsular, Guatemala, fishing, holiday, family, volanoe, trekking, photography, bird watching, family holiday, Aardvark McLeod

With only months to go before the next season The Great Sail Fishing Company has been working hard to update their fleet.   Joining the Reel Diver and Joint Venture will be Fishy Business, a 36ft Jersey Cape and Makina, a 36ft Out Islander. Blessed with newly polished boats and the generally calmer waters during… Read More>>>


Sette Cama, Gabon, Pete Gibson, Tourette Fishing, Aardvark McLeod

In Central West Africa on the coast of Gabon, Sette Cama is arguably the finest saltwater surf fishery on the African coast. There one can target a number of species fishing the surf and the estuary with the focus on tarpon, giant african threadfin, cubera snapper, and both longfin & jack crevalle. Through the conservation work taking place around… Read More>>>