Video: Fly Fishing the Salt in Gabon

Sette Cama, Gabon is home to some of the best coastal fly fishing in the world. This destination is featured in a short video from African Waters.

From African Waters:

“Welcome to Sette Cama, Gabon, home to the longest stretch of untouched coastline on the African continent. Prepare to embark on an extraordinary fishing expedition, where the rich estuary system and nutrient-filled waters offer an unparalleled thrill for avid saltwater fishermen using both spin and fly tackle. Get ready to target numerous and unique species of West Africa as you cast your lines into these pristine waters.

The abundance of large and aggressive game fish eagerly awaiting well-fished lures & flies makes Sette Cama a truly world-class fishery. But it’s not just about the fishing; it’s an all-encompassing experience. Surrounding this captivating fishing haven is Africa’s most pristine tropical rainforest, creating an awe-inspiring backdrop for this one-of-a-kind adventure.

Beyond the angler’s paradise, Sette Cama opens doors to a wildlife safari like no other. Guided walks through the renowned Loango National Park offer a chance to encounter some of nature’s most remarkable creatures. From chimpanzees and lowland gorillas to red riverine hogs, forest sitatunga, and a variety of forest duikers and monkeys – this is an opportunity to witness the wonders of the animal kingdom up close.

But the enchantment doesn’t stop there; Sette Cama’s diverse birdlife is an absolute delight. Spot the elusive vermiculated fishing owls, the striking chocolate-backed kingfishers, and the elegant white-crested tiger herons, among many other unique species that call this region home.

Join us on this unforgettable journey where fishing prowess meets wildlife spectacle, all in the untouched splendor of Sette Cama. Experience the raw beauty of Africa’s coastlines and immerse yourself in a world of adventure and natural wonders. Get ready for an encounter with Gabon’s hidden gem – a place where nature’s bounty thrives both above and beneath the surface.

Filmed & Edited by Gabriel Botha”

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