Fishing Mozambique: The easiest way to distinguish between the two is that the Blue Marlin can fold it's pectoral fins right up against the marlins body, much like a yellowfin tuna, while the Black's pectorals always stick out...(c) Duarte Rato

Fishing Mozambique: Durban to Maputo to Inhaca Island waters in no time flat Fishing Mozambique: The new bridge over Maputo Bay is spectacular. And features all sorts of claims like being the biggest suspension bridge in the entire southern hemisphere?! But the biggest thing for us, is that from Durban, you are straight into Mozambique […]

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Tofo Oceanfest 2018 at Fatima’s Nest! Tofo Oceanfest 2018: It’s ON again at Fatima’s Nest in Tofo, Inhambane, Southern Mozambique this 2018! Tofo is most definitely the most happening New Year’s celebration! Right on the beach, with years and years of celebrations behind this Tofo Oceanfest 2018, once again – Fatima’s is going to absolutely […]

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Bamboo Beach Backpackers in Xai Xai

Bamboo Beach Backpackers in Xai Xai If you’re looking for a backpackers in Xai Xai – you’ve found it! Watch the video… Bamboo Beach Backpackers is right on the beach at Xai Xai! It features a value restaurant and fun pub. Dorms, singles and doubles at the usual rates. Free tea and coffee. But the main […]

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Alternative surfing accommodation in Tofo - in da barrel

Surfing Mozambique: It’s cyclone time again Surfing Mozambique this time of the is always very interesting. Two cyclones so far, have thumped swell at us this past month. The first, AVA, had us surfing places like Tofinho every day. And the huge dollop of sand there has seen surfing right through the tides. This syclone […]

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The enchanted entrance to The Jungle Monkey in Port St. Johns

Things are swinging again at Jungle Monkey in PSJ! After a devastating fire that literally ate the Monkey whole last year, the new Jungle Monkey is born. Many buckets of effort and lots of thought have produced an airy new vibe with views near to 360. Glass and local material have been blended atrium style. With […]

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Cashew Bay Lodge Inhassorro

The Cashew Bay video feed The Cashew Bay video feed tells it all Inhassorro. These contemporary clips are fun and well put together by the team at Cashew Bay Lodge in Inhassorro. Right on the beach. Right in front of Bazaruto Island. This central location in the Bazaruto Archipilego put’s Captain Derek Flaxman’s charter boat […]

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What it takes to catch a good fish In the KZN Natal province I live in, there are some hard core fisherfolk. But down in the Cape is where the guys get really serious… I was invited to join J-Bay local, Mikey Meyer. No, not surfing! Fishing. No J-Bay local EVER invites you surfing. But I was […]

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Surfing big waves: The Roosta being whipped in from the back back...at Dungeons (c) Craig Chapman

Makulu – Roosta on surfing big waves The Block isn’t only about fishing. It’s also a very good surf spot. That has been ridden since the eighties. It’s a big wave spot that starts way out back –  it stands up and breaks hard across a patchy section of reef. Shallow sand bars round off […]

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Spinning sticks at the ready as Gizmo patrols for anything that moves

A long KZN south coast fishing weekend at the Umzimkulu Marina These long weekends are just great and this one was filled with enthusiastic anglers from all over the globe. It started on Friday early morning with a 5kg kob taken off The Block on a paddletail. This set the tone for the long fishing weekend […]

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Sharene Berry kob killer on the Umzimkulu River

The Umzimkulu River is cleaning up! After a great time catching eel and barbel in the flood waters recently, the rains have finally slowed and the Umzimkulu River is cleaning up! So it’s gonna be all about the rock salmon, grunter, perch, kob, flagtail and kingfish as the waters become that murky green the gamefish […]

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