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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Drink lots of water! It could save your life!

Fishing Tip: Drinking heaps of water WILL save your life We all know how good it feels to be drinking loads of water each day. It purifies the mind. Lubricates your body. Gives life. And then here’s a story… Drink water! Avid angler from Maputo Jolito, and his girlfriend were working down on the Komati […]

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Underwater Africa Ocean Observatory

Underwater Observatory in Mozambique by Calum Murie Calum Murie, when he’s not out catching and tagging huge sharks for science, can be found deploying underwater observatory style camera rigs, all over Mozambique. Calum and his band of volunteers at Underwater Africa designed this simple but effective underwater observatory camera rig – with bait and all! […]

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The Marlin Cup South Africa hosted by Meerensee Skiboat Club is on. Dates are 28th March to 1 April this 2019. The Meerensee guys up in Richard’s Bay are blessed with rich marlin fishing grounds. And a harbour! The place looks like the exclusive Florida Keys or Cairns, as marlin fishers line the beautiful wharfs […]

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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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September Bazaruto action in video. 18 mins of chaos! September Bazaruto: It’s been a fast-paced season up in Bazaruto and surrounding spots. The whales came right on time as usual. Followed smartly by the bait and marlin. Whale sharks have returned. And the zambezi sharks were eager takers in our tagging initiatives ( by Calum […]

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Sonar tagging Zambezi Sharks: Calum Murie could have been anything. But he chose to spend his life chasing huge sharks around with sonar tag in hand, ready to abuse the first full grown Zambezi Shark he sees. In the name of science, research and conservation, Calum’s motivation for this career path runs deep and his […]

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Jason Morkel first black marlin

Jason Morkel battles his first marlin! His baby black of about 50kgs caught out off Benguerra Island gave a sterling performance as they do at that size. Real cool and fun video!

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