Redemption – Sudanese style

redemption sudanese style

My last run in with an Arabic GT ended in tragedy, that was of the Omani variety and for whatever reason, when I first headed off to Sudan i didn’t consider that these too were Arab geets. Teasing on the bommies and shelves was fantastically exciting, but with increasingly impressive leg infections and easily bored […]

Sudan recap – My favourite trigger eat yet

Stu Harley and I hit the GT highway.  A section of reef battered flat by hundreds of years of wave activity on the waveward side of this reef flanking the Sudanese mainland. Today it was baron with GTs.  We spotted one or two that had no interest in predation of any sort, and soon we […]

Sudan Recap – Rodeo Clowns and the Fluoro Fear

The whatsapp came from Ed “the head” Truter. “NO FLUORO.  If it glows under a UV lamp it will spook Sudanese Trigger”. “Orange yes, FLUORO no.” Well thats a first.  Of course I had to test Eds theory.  I didn’t leave it there either.  Peter Mcloed sent a pic of some fly boxes.  On probing […]

Sudan recaps

Instead of a daily report I’ll post little snapshots of awesome moments exploring this incredible place with Stu Harley, Nicola Vitali and Johan Brits. Some might involve fish, others climbs or stories told by others.  Ill also do posts based around flies.  Why they worked, the theory behind colour and movement (many a thanks owed […]

Exploring Africa – Sudan Video

Since I went on a diving (and some sneaky fly fishing off the back of the charter boat) charter in the Red Sea I have wondered about the fishing possibilities that the Red Sea has to offer. With vast expanses of desert, hard to access countries and territories and warm, tropical water. Adds up to great fishing. […]