Week 2 of the 2019 Pioneer Nile Perch season saw good friend, Charlotte  from Aardvark McLeod and Gordon make the journey over to Cameroon from the UK. They were joined by  Chris and Martin, from South Africa, both of whom have had a life long obsession with all things African fishery related, and who were eager to test their fly fishing skills against the nile perch, tigerfish, and various other species on offer in the unique area. A highlight for the week, was Charlotte landing three nile perch over 1m, some good tiger fishing to sighted fish, and a monster fish that Martin hooked that managed to cut through the leader at the last moment.  Here follows a short video blog from Stu and Greg on location, as well as some highlight pictures from the week.

Charlotte and Stu enjoying a trophy nile perch before release
Wilderness, as far as the eye can see. But under threat from illegal poaching and habitat destruction. Using fly fishing as a catalyst for large scale conservation projects, we are aiming keep this area a prime example of west African Savannah
Martin landed the biggest tigerfish on the week, at 12lbs. This fish gave an incredible acrobatic display.
A lone angler enjoying the golden hour on the river
A spectacular perch double up for Charlotte and Martin – facial expressions being priceless!
Chris and Greg with the biggest perch landed for the week. A superb 119cm beauty
Charlotte, the perch whisperer, with a fin perfect tigerfish
Greg and Charlotte having a turn to show off one of her 3 fish over the magic 100cm mark
Wading the west African haze