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THE LACCADIVES #1 – DAY 1-3 REPORT:
After a two-years wait it was finally time for my group to step off the flight from Kochin to Agatti, the main island of the Laccadives. The weather was great and with eight days fishing in front of us, and a very positive report from the previous group, expectations were high.

We made the transfer from Agatti to the tent camp at Tinakara, rigged up tackle and relaxed the rest of the day. Around ten in the evening we boarded our two boats and started our journey into the night, towards our chosen northern atoll.

The night was unusually cold and when we started fishing in the morning, there wasn’t much action. The wind increased and the first two days only saw a dozen GTs up to 12-13 kilos landed, a nice 10 kilo+ grouper for Freddie, a small napoleon on stick bait for Christoffer – and a much, much bigger napoleon hooked. Unfortunately, it made it to the bottom with Bernt’s popper. All in all, there wasn’t much else to write home about after the first two days – so I won’t!

During the night between our second and third day the wind was howling. We were anchored in the lagoon, on the inside of the atoll. I woke up several times during the night, each time hoping the wind had dropped, and each time getting disappointed. Around five, the wind finally started to drop and when we made it through the entrance in the reef two hours later the weather was actually really nice. The wind was feeling warmer and had really started to come down. We hoped it was calm enough the fish the most productive reefs and half an hour later we realized we had nothing to worry about: Conditions were perfect!

The fish probably hadn’t fed much the last couple of days so we hoped they had some catching up to do. We were off to a promising start when we caught a couple of GTs between five and ten kilos. Then a sailfish followed a popper to the boat, with a second sail behind it. The re must have been a school of the under the boat and, to our amusement, the crew hooked one on their hand line from the back of the boat. It only lasted one jump and what must have been a pretty “palm warming” run. When a sailfish ate my popper a few cast later it didn’t even stay hooked long enough to get a jump or a run – these things are very hard to hook on big lures. This was followed by a crazy take which turned out to be a reef shark in the 25 kilo range that we had a pretty hard time unhooking. The sea was surely coming back to life. And that is when he most incredible GT action started!

We found the fish right at the drop off into deeper water, so we fished some pretty noisy poppers with good success. I won’t bore you with all the details but we soon started catching some great and hard fighting GTs from 15-20 kilos. That’s when I decided to try a 120 Orichi from GT Fishers, and with that lure the party really started: First, I caught very fat 116 cm GT with an incredibly 93 cm girth that we estimated around 35 kilos and followed up with a 117 cm, another 30 kilo+ GT!

Then it was time for a photo-break when Lars and Christoffer landed some nice 20 kilo+ GTs – and when I started casting the Orichi again, it wasn’t too long before I caught another 25 kilo+ GT!

It’s always better to be lucky than good, and I sure was very lucky when I gave the Orichi a break and a caught the fourth 25 kilo+ GT of the day on a big 168 g Temple Reef Detonator. At the same time, Lars was fighting a 20 kilo+ GT that we landed 30 seconds later, just in time for a double pose.

We rounded off the day with an incredible triple take that resulted in a photo of three very happy Danes posing with three GTs, the smallest a sure 25 kilo+ fish and the biggest going around 35 kilo (120 cm, 84 cm girth) for Lars.

At 27 GTs, with eight topping 25 kilo and more of the remaining GTs above 15 kilos than below(!), a shark, a nice barracuda, a few snappers and Bluefin trevallies, we decided to call it a day. And what a day it was!

When Ola, Bernt and Freddie joined us for dinner they had some great stories, too. Ola was Popper King of the day with two GTs around 25 and 30 kilos and the team had 17 GTs in total, coral trout, a jobfish (that the crew somehow managed to steal for their dinner!), rainbow runner and a small yellowfin tuna that made some great sashimi with Yves’ soya and wasabi. It was washed down with Freddie’s now famous aftershave (that has a incredible resemblance to 20 years old Ron Zacapa). What a nice way to finish a great day!

Thomas Søbirk

NOTE: A trip to the Laccadives, also known as Lakshadweep, is like entering a time machine that takes you back to unspoiled and, damn near, unfished reefs. While it’s not for everyone – the comfort level is a good deal lower than what you find at other destinations – it’s one on the true topwater adventures left in the northern hemisphere.

Every season, with the help of our great friend Yves Fraisseix, we navigate the bureaucracy, comply with all the crazy rules and run a limited number of expeditions to this popper heaven on earth. To learn more about these trips, drop us a line: info@getaway-sea-angling.com

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THE LACCADIVES #1 – DAY 1-3 REPORT:
After a two-years wait it was finally time for my group to step off the flight from Kochin to Agatti, the main island of the Laccadives. The weather was great and with eight days fishing in front of us, and a very positive report from the previous group, expectations were high.

We made the transfer from Agatti to the tent camp at Tinakara, rigged up tackle and relaxed the rest of the day. Around ten in the evening we boarded our two boats and started our journey into the night, towards our chosen northern atoll.

The night was unusually cold and when we started fishing in the morning, there wasn’t much action. The wind increased and the first two days only saw a dozen GTs up to 12-13 kilos landed, a nice 10 kilo+ grouper for Freddie, a small napoleon on stick bait for Christoffer – and a much, much bigger napoleon hooked. Unfortunately, it made it to the bottom with Bernt’s popper. All in all, there wasn’t much else to write home about after the first two days – so I won’t!

During the night between our second and third day the wind was howling. We were anchored in the lagoon, on the inside of the atoll. I woke up several times during the night, each time hoping the wind had dropped, and each time getting disappointed. Around five, the wind finally started to drop and when we made it through the entrance in the reef two hours later the weather was actually really nice. The wind was feeling warmer and had really started to come down. We hoped it was calm enough the fish the most productive reefs and half an hour later we realized we had nothing to worry about: Conditions were perfect!

The fish probably hadn’t fed much the last couple of days so we hoped they had some catching up to do. We were off to a promising start when we caught a couple of GTs between five and ten kilos. Then a sailfish followed a popper to the boat, with a second sail behind it. The re must have been a school of the under the boat and, to our amusement, the crew hooked one on their hand line from the back of the boat. It only lasted one jump and what must have been a pretty “palm warming” run. When a sailfish ate my popper a few cast later it didn’t even stay hooked long enough to get a jump or a run – these things are very hard to hook on big lures. This was followed by a crazy take which turned out to be a reef shark in the 25 kilo range that we had a pretty hard time unhooking. The sea was surely coming back to life. And that is when he most incredible GT action started!

We found the fish right at the drop off into deeper water, so we fished some pretty noisy poppers with good success. I won’t bore you with all the details but we soon started catching some great and hard fighting GTs from 15-20 kilos. That’s when I decided to try a 120 Orichi from GT Fishers, and with that lure the party really started: First, I caught very fat 116 cm GT with an incredibly 93 cm girth that we estimated around 35 kilos and followed up with a 117 cm, another 30 kilo+ GT!

Then it was time for a photo-break when Lars and Christoffer landed some nice 20 kilo+ GTs – and when I started casting the Orichi again, it wasn’t too long before I caught another 25 kilo+ GT!

It’s always better to be lucky than good, and I sure was very lucky when I gave the Orichi a break and a caught the fourth 25 kilo+ GT of the day on a big 168 g Temple Reef Detonator. At the same time, Lars was fighting a 20 kilo+ GT that we landed 30 seconds later, just in time for a double pose.

We rounded off the day with an incredible triple take that resulted in a photo of three very happy Danes posing with three GTs, the smallest a sure 25 kilo+ fish and the biggest going around 35 kilo (120 cm, 84 cm girth) for Lars.

At 27 GTs, with eight topping 25 kilo and more of the remaining GTs above 15 kilos than below(!), a shark, a nice barracuda, a few snappers and Bluefin trevallies, we decided to call it a day. And what a day it was!

When Ola, Bernt and Freddie joined us for dinner they had some great stories, too. Ola was Popper King of the day with two GTs around 25 and 30 kilos and the team had 17 GTs in total, coral trout, a jobfish (that the crew somehow managed to steal for their dinner!), rainbow runner and a small yellowfin tuna that made some great sashimi with Yves’ soya and wasabi. It was washed down with Freddie’s now famous aftershave (that has a incredible resemblance to 20 years old Ron Zacapa). What a nice way to finish a great day!

Thomas Søbirk

NOTE: A trip to the Laccadives, also known as Lakshadweep, is like entering a time machine that takes you back to unspoiled and, damn near, unfished reefs. While it’s not for everyone – the comfort level is a good deal lower than what you find at other destinations – it’s one on the true topwater adventures left in the northern hemisphere.

Every season, with the help of our great friend Yves Fraisseix, we navigate the bureaucracy, comply with all the crazy rules and run a limited number of expeditions to this popper heaven on earth. To learn more about these trips, drop us a line: info@getaway-sea-angling.com
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Vesterålen - Ett fiskeparadis
Såhär på vårkanten kan det kännas långt borta till sommarens värme och nästa stora fiskeäventyr. Vintern har ett stadigt grepp om stora delar av Sverige men det finns ljusglimtar och detta är en av dem!

Jamback Media gästade oss under sommaren 2017, för sin årliga resa, denna gången på vår nya destination Vesterålen och prickade in några av de härliga fiskedagarna i Nordnorge där allting bara klaffar..
Med magnifika naturscener, fantastiskt väder, ett djurliv med örnar, späckhuggare och mycket mer samt ett fartfyllt fiske där stora torskar, grov gråsej, feta långor och några granna hälleflundror fick syna båtsidan har dem sammanställt sin vecka på ett fenomenalt sätt genom denna film.

Titta och njut, nytänk i kombination med magiskt bra drönarklipp, undervattensscener och spöböj utan dess like! Vi hoppas att ni blir lika glada och fiskesugna som vi blir utav denna film från Vesterålen.

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Team Finland it still at it in the Maldives – landing wahoo, dog tooth tuna and nice GTs right, left and center! They still have a couple of days fishing left, we dont dare imagine what theyll total before its finally back to freezing Finlandia :-)

Remember! We still offer a trip in the Maldives from late February to early March this year. If we can find 3-4 anglers (we have  a few seriously interested already) we have a special expedition to a remote atoll that is very rarely fished. Due to the short notice there is a great offer for this trip: 30% discount on the normal price!

More info: info@getaway-sea-angling.com

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Team Finland it still at it in the Maldives – landing wahoo, dog tooth tuna and nice GTs right, left and center! They still have a couple of days fishing left, we don't dare imagine what they'll total before it's finally back to freezing Finlandia 🙂

Remember! We still offer a trip in the Maldives from late February to early March this year. If we can find 3-4 anglers (we have a few seriously interested already) we have a special expedition to a remote atoll that is very rarely fished. Due to the short notice there is a great offer for this trip: 30% discount on the normal price!

More info: info@getaway-sea-angling.com
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Our Finnish team, led by Mika Vornanen, arrived in Male three days ago and have only fished two days – meaning if they are Finnish, they only just got started. And what a start!
19 GTs so far, up to more than 30 kilos, thanks to capt. Mohamed and his hard working crew. With five more days, we dont dare to think what these Finnish vikings will pull from the ocean before the return to the cold.

By the way: We just got a cancellation in the Maldives from late February to early March this year. If we can find 3-4 anglers to go on this fairly short notice we have a special expedition ready to a remote atoll that is very rarely fished. We have a speciel offer for this trip (30% discount on the normal price!).

More info: info@getaway-sea-angling.com

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Our Finnish team, led by Mika Vornanen, arrived in Male three days ago and have only fished two days – meaning if they are Finnish, they only just got started. And what a start!
19 GTs so far, up to more than 30 kilos, thanks to capt. Mohamed and his hard working crew. With five more days, we don't dare to think what these Finnish vikings will pull from the ocean before the return to the cold.

By the way: We just got a cancellation in the Maldives from late February to early March this year. If we can find 3-4 anglers to go on this fairly short notice we have a special expedition ready to a remote atoll that is very rarely fished. We have a speciel offer for this trip (30% discount on the normal price!).

More info: info@getaway-sea-angling.com
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EXPERIENCE OMANS TUNA FRENZY!
If there are three letters in the world of topwater fishing that spells high adrenaline action – then it must be YFT - Yellow Fin Tuna!

Were now booking our first group trip (surely, many more will follow).

April 14 (Saturday)*: Departure from Europe, arrival in Muscat. Transfer to hotel.
April 15-19: Five long days (10 hrs) on the water, chasing bait busting yellowfin tunas!
April 20 (Friday): Departure from Muscat, arrival in Europe.

(Other dates are also available.)

Included: 5 full days of fishing, 3-4 anglers per boat, 6 nights, breakfast and packed lunch + drinks on the boat, all needed transfers – and high quality tackle!

Only 8-9 hours travel time form northern Europe – and flights are often as low as €500!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: info@getaway-sea-angling.com

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If you need further convincing, read the Q&A with Capt. Alaa:

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED, AND WHAT IS YOUR FISHING BACKGROUND?
We are located in Muscat, Oman. Specifically at Marina Bandar Al Rawdha. I started off my game fishing career in 2008 and have been involved in numerous world qualifying championships in this region. I qualified to Costa Rica in 2016 and finished runners up in the Fujairah Offshore Fishing Tournament 2017. Then I travelled to the Outer banks in North Carolina in 2014 for the almighty Bluefin Tuna with the Saltywater Tackle crew.

WHEN, AND HOW, DID YOU DISCOVER THE TUNA FISHING IN MUSCAT?
Muscat has always been known to be home for the Yellowfin Tuna and other pelagic species. Unfortunately, we had a very bad run of fishing from 2007-2011 due to Korean fleets trolling nets in our waters in collaboration with an Omani sponsor. This made our fishery suffer and luckily this form of fishing has been banned since 2011. It took a couple of years for the fishery to recover and I decided to bring in the topwater game I picked up in the states in 2014. It has been a great success!

FOR HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN TUNA FISHING IN MUSCAT?
I started briefly in 2014 and have been doing it extensively since 2015. Nevertheless, the captains that work for us have been tuna fishing in Muscat since the late 90s and have been working with popping techniques for 3 to 4 years now.

HOW DO YOU FISH FOR THESE TUNES – IS IT OFTEN A LOT OF DRIFTING & BLIND CASTING OR IS IT MORE OF A HUNT??
We never blind cast or drift in Muscat. First, we locate the fish using all available means, whether it is local intel, marine radars or experience. Once the fish is located then it’s a hunt, most of the time we fish for the YFT feeding with the dolphins (Spinners and common dolphin). During part of the season (April to July) they can be found both with dolphins as well as busting solo. We mainly target the YFT on popper or stick bait, and sometimes jigging. Live bait is always a back up with us just in case the fish are really picky. Most of the time our poppers are inhaled sooner or later.

WHAT IS THE TUNA SEASON IN MUSCAT?
Tuna can be found year round in Muscat if searched for enough. The peak season is from March to July as the water warms up and turns blue.

WHAT WEATHER SHOULD BE EXPECTED DURING SEASON?
The weather is generally predictable during the season. A long swell could be expected from May to July during the SW Monsoon season in the Arabian sea (20 days a month would be fishable).

HOW FAR WILL YOU RUN TO FIND FEEDING TUNAS?
During the season the fish are often first spotted from 20-30km offshore. We dont have any restriction and sometimes run in deeper to find the right feed. Typically, it will be somewhere between 30 and 100km offshore.
ON AN AVERAGE DAY DURING TUNA SEASON WHAT KIND OF ACTION CLULD BE EXPECTED?
On an average day, 3-4 hooks ups could be expected. When the fishing is on fire, 10 to 15 strikes could be expected easily, landing every fish is a different story!

WHAT SIZES ARE THE TUNAS YOU ARE CATCHING?
Average size during the season is 40-60KG, smaller YF in the 10-20KG range are also encountered. This April, numerous specimens between the 70 and 100KG range were caught.

WHAT IS THE BIGGEST YFT LANDED ON YOUR TWO BOATS?
The three biggest went 77 KG, 83KG and 86KG.
WHAT KIND OF TACKLE (PE RATING) DO YOU RECOMMEND?
PE 5-6 is what we’ll be using for the 40 to 60KG class fish which are dominant during the month of April. Nevertheless, one heavy rod (PE8 to 10) could be required once the fish crosses that 70KG mark.

WHICH LURES ARE AMONGST YOUR FAVORITES FOR YFT?
Halco Roosta Haymaker Popper, Carpenter Seafrog 120g, FCL Labo EbiPop 190 and 220, Tacklehouse Britt Sinking stickbait 98g. Native Works Napalm 200 or 220, Guston Super Knife 180.
Our rule of thumb:
Tuna feeding on baitfish (goggle eye or sardines): Stickbait/Poppers.
Tuna feeding on flying fish: Poppers.
Tuna feeding on Squid: Diving Poppers.

CAN YOU HIRE TACKLE, OR IS IT INCLUDED – AND IF SO, WHAT KIND OF TACKLE DO YOUR OFFER?
Tackle is included (we offer 1 rod/reel per person). All our reels are Shimano Stellas 8k, 10k, 14k, 18k and 20k. Rods: Yamaga, Hots, Carpenter, Zenaq, Jigging Master, Saltywater Tackle Racepoint, Ripple Fisher.

ARE THE OTHER SPECIES TO FISH FOR, AND IF SO HOW DO YOU FISH FOR THEM?
Yes, mahi-mahi and sailfish – both of which can be targeted on topwater as well. We also have some inshore light tackle jigging for amberjacks, grouper, long-tail tuna and barracuda.

AND FINALLY: IN OMAN, IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A COLD BEER AFTER FISHING?
Yes, its possible to get a cold beer after fishing

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EXPERIENCE OMAN'S TUNA FRENZY!
If there are three letters in the world of topwater fishing that spells high adrenaline action – then it must be "YFT" - Yellow Fin Tuna!

We're now booking our first group trip (surely, many more will follow).

April 14 (Saturday)*: Departure from Europe, arrival in Muscat. Transfer to hotel.
April 15-19: Five long days (10 hrs) on the water, chasing bait busting yellowfin tunas!
April 20 (Friday): Departure from Muscat, arrival in Europe.

(Other dates are also available.)

Included: 5 full days of fishing, 3-4 anglers per boat, 6 nights, breakfast and packed lunch + drinks on the boat, all needed transfers – and high quality tackle!

Only 8-9 hours travel time form northern Europe – and flights are often as low as €500!

FOR MORE INFORMATION: info@getaway-sea-angling.com

- - -

If you need further convincing, read the Q&A with Capt. Ala'a:

WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED, AND WHAT IS YOUR FISHING BACKGROUND?
We are located in Muscat, Oman. Specifically at Marina Bandar Al Rawdha. I started off my game fishing career in 2008 and have been involved in numerous world qualifying championships in this region. I qualified to Costa Rica in 2016 and finished runners up in the Fujairah Offshore Fishing Tournament 2017. Then I travelled to the Outer banks in North Carolina in 2014 for the almighty Bluefin Tuna with the Saltywater Tackle crew.

WHEN, AND HOW, DID YOU DISCOVER THE TUNA FISHING IN MUSCAT?
Muscat has always been known to be home for the Yellowfin Tuna and other pelagic species. Unfortunately, we had a very bad run of fishing from 2007-2011 due to Korean fleets trolling nets in our waters in collaboration with an Omani sponsor. This made our fishery suffer and luckily this form of fishing has been banned since 2011. It took a couple of years for the fishery to recover and I decided to bring in the topwater game I picked up in the states in 2014. It has been a great success!

FOR HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN TUNA FISHING IN MUSCAT?
I started briefly in 2014 and have been doing it extensively since 2015. Nevertheless, the captains that work for us have been tuna fishing in Muscat since the late 90s and have been working with popping techniques for 3 to 4 years now.

HOW DO YOU FISH FOR THESE TUNES – IS IT OFTEN A LOT OF DRIFTING & BLIND CASTING OR IS IT MORE OF A HUNT??
We never blind cast or drift in Muscat. First, we locate the fish using all available means, whether it is local intel, marine radars or experience. Once the fish is located then it’s a hunt, most of the time we fish for the YFT feeding with the dolphins (Spinners and common dolphin). During part of the season (April to July) they can be found both with dolphins as well as busting solo. We mainly target the YFT on popper or stick bait, and sometimes jigging. Live bait is always a back up with us just in case the fish are really picky. Most of the time our poppers are inhaled sooner or later.

WHAT IS THE TUNA SEASON IN MUSCAT?
Tuna can be found year round in Muscat if searched for enough. The peak season is from March to July as the water warms up and turns blue.

WHAT WEATHER SHOULD BE EXPECTED DURING SEASON?
The weather is generally predictable during the season. A long swell could be expected from May to July during the SW Monsoon season in the Arabian sea (20 days a month would be fishable).

HOW FAR WILL YOU RUN TO FIND FEEDING TUNAS?
During the season the fish are often first spotted from 20-30km offshore. We don't have any restriction and sometimes run in deeper to find the right feed. Typically, it will be somewhere between 30 and 100km offshore.
ON AN AVERAGE DAY DURING TUNA SEASON WHAT KIND OF ACTION CLULD BE EXPECTED?
On an average day, 3-4 hooks ups could be expected. When the fishing is on fire, 10 to 15 strikes could be expected easily, landing every fish is a different story!

WHAT SIZES ARE THE TUNAS YOU ARE CATCHING?
Average size during the season is 40-60KG, smaller YF in the 10-20KG range are also encountered. This April, numerous specimens between the 70 and 100KG range were caught.

WHAT IS THE BIGGEST YFT LANDED ON YOUR TWO BOATS?
The three biggest went 77 KG, 83KG and 86KG.
WHAT KIND OF TACKLE (PE RATING) DO YOU RECOMMEND?
PE 5-6 is what we’ll be using for the 40 to 60KG class fish which are dominant during the month of April. Nevertheless, one heavy rod (PE8 to 10) could be required once the fish crosses that 70KG mark.

WHICH LURES ARE AMONGST YOUR FAVORITES FOR YFT?
Halco Roosta Haymaker Popper, Carpenter Seafrog 120g, FCL Labo EbiPop 190 and 220, Tacklehouse Britt Sinking stickbait 98g. Native Works Napalm 200 or 220, Guston Super Knife 180.
Our rule of thumb:
Tuna feeding on baitfish (goggle eye or sardines): Stickbait/Poppers.
Tuna feeding on flying fish: Poppers.
Tuna feeding on Squid: Diving Poppers.

CAN YOU HIRE TACKLE, OR IS IT INCLUDED – AND IF SO, WHAT KIND OF TACKLE DO YOUR OFFER?
Tackle is included (we offer 1 rod/reel per person). All our reels are Shimano Stellas 8k, 10k, 14k, 18k and 20k. Rods: Yamaga, Hots, Carpenter, Zenaq, Jigging Master, Saltywater Tackle Racepoint, Ripple Fisher.

ARE THE OTHER SPECIES TO FISH FOR, AND IF SO HOW DO YOU FISH FOR THEM?
Yes, mahi-mahi and sailfish – both of which can be targeted on topwater as well. We also have some inshore light tackle jigging for amberjacks, grouper, long-tail tuna and barracuda.

AND FINALLY: IN OMAN, IS IT POSSIBLE TO GET A COLD BEER AFTER FISHING?
Yes, it's possible to get a cold beer after fishing
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Joel Ek ska vi sikta in oss på detta till nästa år? 🙂

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