Indo Pacific permit are without doubt one of the most difficult flats species that can be caught on fly and the week started in incredible fashion with two magnificent permit caught on the first day of the week.
Chantal Chone caught an impressive 67cm fish while wading a spot called pancake flat then Tim Marks went one step further to achieve a ‘Grand Slam’ by catching a permit, GT and bonefish all in one day.
Once again calm winds and very flat seas persisted throughout the week and as the milkfish threatened to feed on the western edge of St François numerous fish were hooked and one fish in particular was fought for an hour and a half before the hook pulled…
Thankfully Michael Clayton managed to stay attached to the fish he hooked and landed an acrobatic fish of 106cm after a battle that lasted two hours!
Tight Lines from Keith, Devan and the Alphonse Team!
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