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      1. overseas Pedasi, Panama Report - Last Week Of March 2018

        It's been a long time since I did not post a report/ad here, so I'll take advantage of the fact that last group left me some great pictures to post the report form their week of fishing in Panama with Panafishing Adventures. There are huge amounts of roosterfish around this year, and this since January when the lodge record fell, with a boat getting 51 in a day. As always in this season, numbers are high, average size is small. By the end of day one, everyone in the group had had a rooster, and each boat has followers everyday, not necessarily getting them though as these criters can be finicky as *@#$... Jacks are around in industrial quantities, one boat got over a 100 during the day before the arms said stop. There are many football yellowfin tunas in the inshore spots, which we hope is a sign of a good and early yellowfin season to come. These are almost as fun as the roosters and it's not too hard to bring 15 or more to the boat in a couple of hours. As always, incredible variety and most big cuberas are winning their fight - 4 on 5 last week, but the one that was boated was a proper pig. Remarkable absence of mullet snappers, and there are also virtually no silk snapper and big amberjack around, which is strange as March is usually LOADED with those nice reds and bruisers. As always ALL fish caught caught on artificials: stickbait, poppers and jigs. Previous reports can all be seen here: [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url] [url=][/url]
      2. overseas I Am Still Here

        Hello one and all I have been very busy both on the water and off over the last few months and haven't had time to post. With all the rain we have had in SEQ it has been challenging to say the least to find quality fish in the estuaries so I said "bugger it" and got on a plane to Salt Lake City, Utah. Jokes, I had to go for work but I did find time for a fish. I lived in Salt Lake City for a time back in 2010/11. In that time I got to make some great mates with a common love of fishing. One of those is Pete. Pete is an outdoors legend. A crack shot with a rifle and bow as well as a very VERY good fisherman. He said he would try and get me onto a trophy trout from a lake up in the Uintas. These are a part of the Rocky Mountains and is nestled in amongst some of the most stunning scenery on the planet. The lake itself sits at 6,042ft above sea level. Anyway, we headed up on Friday arvo, downed a few sherbets, hit the hay and got up at sparrows on Saturday morning. The temp was right on 0 friggin degrees when we launched and Pete opened up the throttle on his competition ready bass boat. We topped 62mph on the way to our first spot. Watery eyes and runny noses were the order of the day when the first lines hit the water. We flicked a couple of jerk baits about on a steep drop off and it wasn’t long until we both put some rainbow trout in the keeper bag. Then we headed into the deeper water looking for the biggun. We were jigging 5 and 7 inch white tube jigs tipped with thin slivers of minnow fillet. We were fishing between 65 and 115 feet of 2 degree C water. Pete got a hook up on a good fish about 4 hours in but he struck too hard and popped his leader knot. I asked him what he uses for a leader to braid knot, he said double uni. I tried to convert him to the FG, we’ll see. Seven grueling hours later we were getting tired. Conditions were beautiful but we just didn’t get a touch other than Pete’s bust off. We were a bit despondent and we agreed that this last cast was it for a while and we would go chase some rainbow trout. The tactic we were using was dropping a tube jigs straight down to the bottom. 15lb braid with 15lb leader onto a 3/4oz jighead. We would get it on the bottom, pop it a few times then wind up about ten foot to see if you could get a strike. Well in a fairy-tale ending I landed the freshwater fish of my dreams on the last cast after an epic 10 minute battle on this relatively light gear. A trophy trout!!! Pete had said that many come to this spot and return empty handed but I bagged one first time out and I’m not sure who was happier him or me. You can’t see the big belly on this fish as I was cradling her as she was full of roe. Pete pegged her at 20lbs. A quick pic and back she went back into get bigger and fatter. We spent the rest of the day chasing rainbow and brown trout. We ended up taking a nice feed home. Pete will take the rainbow trout home and smoke it for me to bring home. We headed back to our cabin and had a few more Makers Marks, some prawns and talked **** for a while. Full of piss and bad manners we decided we would head out again for a couple of hours the next day. Sunday morning, up at 5am, coffee, Tim tams and away we went. It wasn’t as cold as the morning before (about 4 degrees C) but there was a strong southerly blowing at about 20-25 knots. We didn’t pick up a lake trout but on the way back to the ramp Pete stopped in at a little sheltered cove that had a little gravel spit sticking out. We tied on some small 3 inch green tube jigs on 6lb line and 1/8th oz jig heads. “Throw it up in the shallows and pop them back” says Pete. I swear, every cast if not second we smacked trout who were up spawning. We landed fish after fish. Anyway, we were keeping the better trounced and Pete says. Let’s get a couple more to get our bag and head in as he landed one more. He walked up to the front of the boat, bumped into the front pedestal seat, tried to catch his balance and..... yep.... over he went into 2 degrees C water with full waders, jacket, jumper, jeans, balaclava, fur lined boots, gloves ....the whole shebang. A got up to the front as quick as I could. He was sinking but stuck his rod up, I grabbed the end of it, pulled him to the boat and dragged him around the back of the boat to the little ladder he had for easy access into the boat.... except he’d bloody tied it up and with both of us having frozen fingers we couldn’t undo the rope. I ended up dragging his soggy arse into the boat and he just laid there for a bit composing himself while I pulled my gloves off and stuck my frozen hands under my armpits as they were so cold it felt like both hands had been slammed in a car door. So Pete gets to his feet, strips off and picks up his bloody rod. I say, “so we are heading home to get you warm yeah”? And he says “ yeah after I get our bag of trout” and continues to throw lures and land fish for the next 30 mins. Sure enough we bag out on good trout and head to the ramp. An awesome weekend and I’ll doubt I’ll ever forget it. Here’s some pics
      3. On the 25th March Stu and myself are heading back to West Papua chasing the elusive Black Bass. This will be our 2nd trip into the jungles of West Papua but this trip is going to be very different to our first one. This is an exploratory trip, a journey into the unknown taking us into some of the remotest parts of WP which will see us venturing over 50km upstream and very deep into the jungle in some of the wildest and remote countyside that West Papua has to offer. We are taking in some basic camping gear and we will be setting up a campsite somewhere around the middle section of the river so we can fish both upstream into the fresh and downstream to the river mouth during our week in there. Our river of choice is so remote that there is no villages along the river banks so hopefully we will not run into any issues with any local villagers. Being so remote and hopefully un fished, we are hoping to see plenty of big fish if the water conditions are right and if the fish are willing to play the game while we are there. Our journey begins with 2 days of flights to reach our mates place on the island of Biak where we will stay the night and meet his family and friends over dinner. We may even get a few hours spare in the afternoon to chase some large Spot Tail Bass that haunt a small river system about an hours drive away from his home. If we run out of time, we have planned a couple of days spare for R&R at the end of our Bass fishing back on Biak so we will have a crack at them then. The third day we will board another plane and fly across to another remote island where we will meet our boatman and the son of the chief from the village that we have borrowed the long boats from. The chiefs son is keen to come and fish with us for the week so they have kindly offered us the use of their 2 long boats. After a quick trip to collect some fresh supplies along with a load of drinking water we will load the gear onto the 2 long boats and head off on a 150km trip across the ocean to our river and find somewhere to set up our base camp. This is going to be a trip of a life time and hopefully one that could possibly open up an entire new Black Bass fishery in one of the remotest areas that you could ever dream of going to. Logistically it has been quite hard to organize but now with securing 2 long boats at 6m and 14m in length to drag all the gear along as well as the 1200 liters of fuel and oil has made things a lot easier. Both Stu and myself have upgraded all of our rods and reels for this trip as we do not want to go in under gunned and end up regretting taking in our old Black Bass gear from the last trip. Rods, reels and our lures have been upgraded, terminal tackle has been upgraded along with heavier braid lines and leaders. It's going to be a cracker of a trip and the next 4 weeks is going to take forever to pass. Some of the new arsenal. Bone Combat Beast XXH rod with a Shimano Tranx 300 Bone Combat Beast XXXH rod with an Abu Revo Toro Beast reel.
      4. overseas Kuala Rompin Malaysia

        Anyone fished Rompin and if so can you recommend a skipper/ boat etc
      5. Wow, that is cold! Sharks are washing up on a beach in Massachusetts frozen completely solid amid a record-breaking cold snap in the United States. The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy said it had found three dead thresher sharks stranded on the shore of the Cape Cod Bay in Brewster, south of Boston, in the last three days. The first two were "likely stranded due to cold shock" it said. The third was frozen solid.
      6. Raby Bay Canals Fishing Video

        Hey chaps showed you guys my last video i made bass fishing the skinny water creeks got some positive feedback so decided to take my kayak ijnto the salwater for the first time i am useless at saltwater and would love some tips and tricks or if anyone calls raby bay there local would love to tag along sometime plan on making alot moe videos more like vlogs as long as the fish bite
      7. Fish Fever

        Hi All! As a musician and fishing addict, I thought I'd write and record a song to reflect this passion. It's on the following link: I had to work quite hard to get some scraps of footage as the fishing hasn't been too good lately... Hope you enjoy!
      8. Hey team, Well we are back and what a bloody great trip. This is the 3rd time I have been and was a highlight. In some ways things were quieter with some of the rivers being muddy due to heavy rains but in other ways it was better with this forcing us off old routines and finding new grounds. In fact while checking last years pictures I realised that although the Spot Tail bass count was down directly due to the Pandi River being high and brown, the tally of Black Bass was up as we were forced to fish other rivers like the Sai. The trip started well as the crew met at the air port. It is always fun meeting the whole crew for the first time as this sort of trip almost ensures you have a fun, intrepid and keen crew that will get on. 8:00am beers at the air port is always fun as well. I am going to mostly let pictures do the talking but please feel free to ask any questions. We arrived at Baia after a day and a half of travel to see the ever dominating volcano... The first day were cracking with Ian @fergie taking 9 spots on the first day alone (including a nice 25lber) and my mate Robbie @Drop Bear getting on the board with his first spot and black ever. It was a tough first day for me but good things come to those that wait. The next I headed out with @Tybo's dad Darcy and had a cracking little session picking up 5 blacks and him 1. A few bycatch as well we dubbed River Chicken. Over the first couple of days a few of the other boats did well also with some really quality blacks landed, 99% on surface. I know the mainland has plenty of options to troll up bigger fish... But I honestly do not think you can beat the surface boof of topwater blackbass. As always bass were the target but plenty of bycatch kept us more than entertained in between hits. With a whole lot of dirty water coming through sporadically we also did our fair share of bluewater with some decent result. Most of us did not have the gear for this... Not technically anyway but we made do with us bass gear with surprising results. This is something I would gear up for and try and a lot harder with in the future with awesome rare species like Maori Perch and High Fin Trout being some of the fish not readily available in Australia to target. PS Sam's yellowfin was a 30kg fish. Awesome on GT gear with only 5 meters of drag taken hahaha. Crazy tug of war battle. What a crew and what a trip. Cannot wait to get back in there 2018!!!
      9. It was one of those perfect days where the sun was shining, the surf was gentle (for the west coast) and the fish were biting....
      10. Squid Feeding

        This video of squid feeding taken this morning on Martha's Vineyard, Ma. in the US.
      11. Never heard of this back when it happened in 2013, but far out was this guy lucky....
      12. Png 2017: Eoi's

        Hey everyone. Just throwing it out there... 2016 dates for png filled fast so we have already lined some 2017 dates up. These will be in early June. If you want to join a great crew and chase the below 3 iconic lutjanid species among many others PM me. 3 seats already locked in so 3 or 6 more spots available.
      13. Big fish on poper in Panama

        Thought you guys would like to see some different species, so here is the report from the last group that visited us. All fish caught on popper or jigs ! After an amazing first week at the Panafishing lodge, things started slowly for the second group: very few fish and no big ones for the first 2 days. The action got much better towards the end, and although the numbers were not impressive, the big ones were definitly out there ! The first boat was not the most lucky one. 3 big cuberas and one big rooster were lost and could have make a huge difference, but the lack of experience and some broken popper played against them. A big amberjack was caught on popper but the rod broke in the first seconds of the fight, due to a "cubera drag". The fish was boated nevertheless but it's a shame for the nice fight it could have been. Some good fish were taken despite all the bad luck, including 2 nice roosters for Andreas: Good amberjack on topwater: On the second boat, Arnold got 2 trophy roosters and a nice cubera: The 3rd boat fished the best. Starting with Eddy with a trophy cubera and a big rooster: Fishermanb of the week was Petter, with 2 trophy cubera and a trophy rooster: cubera 1: cubera 2: cubera 3: and a beautiful rooster:
      14. Hawaiin Bonefish Holiday 2015

        Hi guys, thought some of you might be interested in these photos, Bonefish are amazing one of the fastest strongest fish i have ever seen for their size. These were caught on small crabs during a recent holiday, best fish 76cm and around 8 lb, caught on 8 lb braid and 12lb leader. cheers wayne
      15. PNG 2016 Trip: EOI's Open

        After an insanely successful 2015 trip (over 200 black and spot tail bass caught plus hundreds of by catch including jacks, tuna, dollies and more) I am putting together another trip for 2016 to BAIA Sportfishing PNG. Looking at 6 or 9 people and several seats are already filled. Let me know if you are keen and I can give you more information. Once confirmed happy to really go through the trip, what lures worked etc. PM me if you are interested. Dates at this stage are the 24th - 30th October subject to securing them with a full crew.
      16. PNG Trip 2015

        Well I am back and may edit this post as there is SO much to cover... The trip was amazing and so much more than I hoped it would be. Baia is simply phenomenal offering so many river and bluewater opportunities. The lodge itself was top notch and the fishing was out of this world. Way more surface action than the last trip as well which is always a highlight. Sef, Henry and myself headed to the furthermost river for our first days foray to cast up some blacks... The blacks were there in good numbers and so were a lot of quality jacks... On the way to the Torio there were also some good bluewater captures including mahi mahi and yellow fin... The next day we hit the Pandi which turned out to be a river we frequented. This river is ALL about the surface with log jams and lay downs everywhere making throwing diving lures tough. Although there were plenty of blacks at the mouth, this river was home to tonnes of monster spot tails as well... After spot tail mania we had a fairly so so day in the Langa Langa river. Awesome hits but conversions to big bass were a little slow. In saying that we did have some fun out the front among some birds hooking into countless trevs, queenies and mack tuna. So for our last day we decided to once again concentrate on the Pandi River. More spot tails abounded but you have seen enough of those, I will out up however Henry's beast and the biggest for the trip. If things were recorded this could easily be a world record as Henry caught in on a 8/14lb Nordic Stage Cheater with a 2500 sized reel and 16lb braid. Just unheard of over there. The guide said not only was it one of the lightest rods he had ever had in the boat... It was the largest spot tail bass he had ever seen. It measured in at 36.5lb (not a guess actually weighed). After the trip had officially ended Henry and I were lucky enough to stay on for two more nights as guests of Riccard the owner of Baia. We headed up into the headwaters of the Kulu river on the first day and caught a collection of JP's and Spot Tails on bream sized gear (actually our new prototype Nordic Stage Loki rods). This was heaps of fun and ended in a blow up mattress ride back down the river selectively ignoring the warming signs... Our last day was spent bluewater and snorkeling. Some good trevs and doggies were hooked with smaller ones coming in. I was grossly under gunned for doggies but it was fun to give it a crack! Snorkeling was just world class. And that was that! Back to the real world! After a few early inquiries it looks like I will be doing this again in 2016 so feel free to contact me if you are keen to get on board. Cheers. Angus
      17. Honeymoon Charter in Samoa

        Howdy! You can't just go to such a beautiful place without at least one fishing experience. Once we arrived in Upolu I got in contact with as many charter operators as possible about 12. Most were either booked, bad whether, down for maintenance and in one case extremely expensive. I did get in contact with a charter run by Savaii lagoon resort on the island of Savai'i, which is run by a couple Aussies Dave & Tania who are absolutely awesome people. Unfortunately we were limited by both tide's (as you can't get out off the reef's/ lagoons until high tide) and whether 20+ knots and 2m swells. We did manage to sneak out for a small 4 hour charter which they only troll. The charter operator Dave said that the direction we had to go hasn't been fished in a while and the strikes were only few and far between. One GT come over the boat after about an hour. With a double hook up of the Larger GT and Dog tooth tuna coming in just about to arrive back at the resort. I was happy to scratch a dog tooth off my bucket list, and the GT gave Chole the run around for about 20 mins. It's always the girls the get the bigger fish
      18. Aramia River PNG Black Bass

        Hi guys, i know Angus is off to another part of the country to chase these terrific fish and i thought he might want to see this. We are just back from an 8 day trip 100 nautical miles up the Aramia River in western PNG, to say it was awesome would be an understatement. We did the trip on a 70 foot mothership called the K 2 0, we had a skipper, 2 chefs, 3 boat boys and 4 guides for the 9 passengers on board, to say we were spoilt would be an understatement. Water was very dirty and low due to lack of rain but the fishing was great, my daughter Casey, my mate Lyndsay and myself landed 21 bass up to 32lb and 87cm, we lost more fish than we landed as these fish are brutal when they hit a lure. Bycatch was 17 Barra up to 90cm, 3 Saratoga and As many Snakeheads as you wanted to catch, locals were friendly and helpful and the younger kids were fascinated with my daughter as they hadn't seen a whits girl before. We didn't use any fancy expensive gear just 15 to 30lb Shimano Terez rods with 6000 Shimano Stradic reels, 50 lb Braid and 80lb leader. Best lures by far were Barra Classics, with the best colour the white with a red head, good old quantas colour catches everything. I am sure Angus will have as much fun as what we had and i look forward to seeing his report, here's a heap of photos to look at, cheers wayne
      19. Hi Guys, I went on a trip of a life time to Kanton Island, part of the Phoenix Island Groups, in the nation of Kiribati and part of the worlds largest marine reserve (Phoenix Islands Protected Area) with Luke Wrysta of Rock Expeditions. To put it shortly: the fishing was absolutely insane. Kanton Island was a US Military base during WWII and many artefacts can still be found on the Island, including plane wrecks, ship wrecks, army trucks, a runway, a dilapidated wharf, fuel silos and gen sets. The island has permanent population of 26 and has not been fished by westerners since 1994 by a small group of American fly fishermen. Our Story: 7 fishermen, 1 captain, 1 crew, 1 Kiribati government official "Observer". Fishermen: 3 Aussies, 1 Malaysian, 1 Pommie, a Saffa and a bloke from Guam. Departing Port: Apia Samoa Distance to destination: ~650nm Average Speed of Boat: 6.5kn Transit time to Island: ~100 hours. Lucky the weather was beautiful. (myself, Luke "Rock" Wrysta, Stewie (UK)) We trolled the whole way and hooked over 10 billfish including a blue, a black and short billed spearfish. And 2 yellowfin tuna Which ended up like this: Any ways, for the 6 days we were on the island the GT fishing was insane with around 160 landed in total, including 52 by Stew alone, and mid 40's for myself and Jimmy (Guam). The fly fishermen did well on the bones, triggers, GT, napoleon wrasse etc. There are many pics I cannot post due to water marks and them being used in publications, but here's a few GT shots from my camera.
      20. Iceland

        Hey mates, Haven't posted lately. Been traveling. We have a number of articles about Iceland up at Hope you enjoy them.
      21. Another Great Day on our Atlantic Wilderness

        More pics at Update 150515: Another Day on our Great Atlantic Wilderness It was a weird sea that greeted us after picking our way through the breakers of Quinby Inlet. The wind was dead calm and the forecast of two foot seas with a nine second period was a bit off, more like three feet. But the strangeness really lied in the wavelengths. They were very short, perhaps three or four second periods. We were being roughed up by a calm ocean. So the ride out to our first stop took a bit longer than it should have. It was the opening day of sea bass fishing. Our previous trip, about 10 days earlier yielded lots of cod but only one sea bass. So the big question was, would the black fish be there now. The answer came quickly. Fish were hooked up by Ruta and Don McGavock almost immediately after the rigs hit the bottom. The day was spent fishing two different wrecks. It wasn’t wild catching but kept us very interested. The take was 25 sea bass including one that was five pounds five ounces and two others in the four pound range. We also brought in seven wonderful codfish between four and five pounds. Many undersized bass were released as well as numerous tautog up to about six pounds. By the end of the day, the fish box was quite full. While sitting on one of the wrecks, a small group of what we think were sooty shearwaters came to call. In fact, one of the birds swam within a few meters of the boat. It seemed very curious about us or our activities. Perhaps it been fed by humans previously or thought we were an island. As for other wildlife only a few gannets and migrating loons were spotted. The SeaWyf encountered two pods of dolphin during the day. Always a welcome sight. Back at the homestead everything is planted and raring to get going. The Asian pear trees, paw paws, apples, apricots and che are full of small fruit. Even the young flora are showing promise. There will be some plums, gooseberries and raspberries. The pineapple guavas are finally showing signs of recovery and leafing out after two very tough winters. They will not bear fruit this year but at least they survived. Great things to come in the future. There’s also promise of lots of figs, persimmons and kiwis this year. We’re eating orpine (sedum, live-forever), along with our green onions and herbs in every salad. The weeds that are pulled up out of our yard are nutritious as well. We had a good feed of lambs quarters the other night. A cardinal took up residence, at about eye-level, in a bush next to our front porch. We glance at her each time we pass but are careful not to disturb her motherly activity. So hopefully we’ll be grandparents soon and then can put up profuse numbers of pics like all the other grandparents/parents on Facebook. We feel extremely privileged to live on the Eastern Shore of Virginia where we can still immerse ourselves in the natural world though so very close to congested civilization.
      22. 3 DAYS wild fishing adventure in Thailand for father & son fishing bonding trip. This is Reza & Aydin very 1st time wild snakehead fishing trip in Thailand. Not an easy task as I need to take into account their safety , foods and clean & warm accomodation and yet still having fun chasing wild snakehead at the dam. I want to make it a memorable & unforgettable once a lifetime father & son fishing adventure trip in Thailand. Something they will cherish the great moment their had during this fishing adventure trip. Alots of plannings is needed during the preparation for the trip & also chasing after fries mama toman pose a big challenge for them. I let the video do the talking...... There is a saying " A picture tell a thousand words" To me " A video show it all....." That's my style!!! Click onto the youtube video below and follow us to Reza & his son fishing adventure in Thailand. Enjoys .... Reza chasing his mama toman on topwater actions !!!- Awesome topwaters !!! Highlights photos of the trip. Awesome beautiful mama toman Aydin 1st snakehead catch. Sebarau catch... Golden mahseer by the river...
      23. Successful NZ Trip

        Well I have been offline again for a while but I wanted to do a 2 week old report from NZ... In short it was really successful and I will let the pictures do most of the talking. Some good info though... Of all the lures we took it was 1 accidently packed micro jig that had massive success. Boydy had brought this lure, typically used on trevs etc in the Noosa river. Although small hard bodies and plastics reigned supreme in the skinny water streams, this jig smashed it In deeper pools and lakes. It was also the only lure to claim any rainbow trout. I have loads more pictures of fish and scenery on my good camera but have not got them off yet. These are just phone pictures. I will put up some more later if there is any interest. A lot of KM's were covered for these fish but it was well worth it.
      24. When Mark Johnson contacted me last month somewhere in end march for a 3 days fishing trip in Thailand, I responsed to his requests promptly. Prior to their arrival, I made sure I've done all necessary arrangements & preparations for everything to goes smoothly as planned. The main objestive for this Thaiand fishing trip as Johnson wanted , is to have many fun for the boys, many catches and big giant fishes which these boys have never catch before back home. Below the itinerary I planned for them - Enjoys guys !!! Day 1 - Barramundi lure fishing. [video]http:// Day 2 - Predators fishing for arapaima , redtail catfish and alligator gar. [video]http:// Day 3- Variety species pond for snakehead, pacu and asia redtail. [video:youtube] I have taken much effort to capture all their memorable fishing moments during the 3 days fishing trip. I will let these 3 days video clips and photos be the testimonial of their wonderful time with us- Bkk Fishing Tour. Highlights photos of the 3 DAYS fishing trip. Barramundi lure fishing & fly fishing.
      25. The best fishing buddy anyone can find is none than our own wife. I not easy to convince Mrs to go for a wild fishing trip with us. But then ...once you shown them the rope of catching the fish in the wild, it will be the gateway for more future fishing trips ahead. Enjoys the video clips and photos for our husband and wife wild fishing trip. DAY 1 [video]http:// DAY 2 [video]http:// DAY 3 [video]http:// Highlights photos of the catches..