We had a few hours to kill late in the afternoon and decided we needed to go for a fish.It was rough as guts and we only got one Spanish Mackerel, but we did get some nice photos. Wayne with the only fish for the afternoon. Tight Lines

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  1. Late Afternoon Troll
  2. Bottom bouncing with Adam and friends
  3. Big Yellowfin Tuna with Colin and Riley
  4. Charter fishing in Fiji with Derek, Carly, John and Brendan.
  5. Tropical Fiji Snorkeling
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Late Afternoon Troll

We had a few hours to kill late in the afternoon and decided we needed to go for a fish.
It was rough as guts and we only got one Spanish Mackerel, but we did get some nice photos.

Wayne with the only fish for the afternoon.




Tight Lines
    

Bottom bouncing with Adam and friends

We took Adam and his mates out for a troll and bottom bouncing session. Unfortunately the trolling was not on that day, but the bottom bouncing was.
The guys managed to land some nice fish and quite an assortment.

Adam and a Green Jobfish

Peter hooked up.

Another nice Jobfish

Adam in the throngs and Rosie on the net.


Sundry of little nibbler reef fish.

Double Lined Mackerel

Lyre tail

Small Emperor

Cook it first Peter.

Nice Grouper and a Remora

Beauty of a day.

Really nice Grouper.

A great day on the water. We had a lot of fin and caught some fish too.
Until next time.
Tight Lines
    

Big Yellowfin Tuna with Colin and Riley

Colin and Riley came into the shop wanting to catch a big fish. It did not matter what kind of fish as long as it was big. 
Rosie and our new captain Paul took them out for a troll and a bit of bottom bouncing.

The trolling started slow with just the two baby Yellowfin tuna's.  

Then the wait for the fish to arrive.

Finally Colin gets hooked up to a nice fish and the fight is on.

After a good long fight a 25 kilo Yellowfin is gaffed into the boat.

Followed the YFT up with a couple of Spanish mackerels.

Time for some bottom bouncing. Nice Goat fish.

A plethora of reef fish were caught on the day.

Now it is Riley's turn for his big fish.

A big grouper and a Big smile to match.

A good time was had by all and we hope to see them back.

Tight Lines
    

Charter fishing in Fiji with Derek, Carly, John and Brendan.

No snorkeling today with Derek and Carly, just good old fashioned trolling. 
We got word that the Wahoo and Spanish Mackerel had arrived in Fiji and were on the chew. 
So, with trolling gear in hand and a full tank of gas off we go. 
The weather started a bit iffy but soon the sun was out and the sky cleared up. We had a bit of wind chop all day but nothing we couldn't handle. After all, the trades in Fiji can blow 25 knots for a week straight. 10 to 15 is nothing, just keeps you cool in the sun.

Waiting for the bite.

First on board a Barracuda.

Derek with his first Wahoo still showing its colors.

Carly with her first Spanish Mackerel.

Rosie with a Long Tom.

Brendan with a nice Spanish Mackerel.

John, that's not a guitar.

Only in the tropics.

John with a Bluefin Trevally.

We had a great time with these guys and can't wait for them to come back to Fiji and fish with us.

Until next time
Tight Lines



    

Tropical Fiji Snorkeling

Our first snorkel trip with Derek and Carly from Indiana USA.
They had a great time and the visibility was great. Lots of fish and great visibility.


Coral of all types



Shallow water makes it very safe.


Loads of fish of all types

Nemo makes an appearance



A bit of reef fishing after the snorkel.

Derek with a nice snapper.

A highlight for their trip to Fiji. Derek and Carly have vowed to return and we can't wait to take them out again.

Tight Lines

    

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