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Eventur Group in the Andamans

Eventur Group in the Andamans

Our second group with Eventur Fishing & Travel, our agents from Poland turned out to be a week of exceptional anglers and fishing. The group had travelled far and wide to many destinations in the world primarily on popping and jigging trips. We know we are fishing a fantastic location and providing a great service when clients like these turn around and tell us they have had the best popping fishing trip ever! They also ensured they booked their next slot before heading back home. They were met at the airport by our crew and escorted back to our guesthouse over looking the bay in Port Blair. The best part of the remaining day was spent setting up tackle and discussing the fishing and the areas we would go to over the week. Early the next morning, we headed out to towards the horizon with an exceptionally flat sea. The day was going to be hot but we were fishing some great tides and we knew the GT fishing would be hotter. We constantly scanned the seas as our Yellow Fin Tuna season has begun. We were not so fortunate on this day but we know we would see them later in the week. The conditions in March and April are ideal for GT popping. We mainly have flat seas and the fish can easily spot poppers. We are fortunate enough to have a healthy population of Dog Tooth Tuna that do not hesitate to take surface lures. We see them more frequently in the earlier part of the season, but this time Tomasz was lucky enough to land...
Helge, Jonas, Martin and Fredrik in Kirinda

Helge, Jonas, Martin and Fredrik in Kirinda

A truly amazing trip was in store for the four Norwegians Helge, Jonas, Martin and Fredrik. Landing in Colombo, the journey started towards Kirinda and its big fish waters. Being greeted with bad weather, they seemed a bit worried when we met them in the hotel in their arrival. We assured them that the rain was just temporary and their faces filled with relief. At 08:15 the next day we set off out on the open sea to pop and hopefully hear some Stellas screaming and poppers chewed to bits. But their first day was slowly taken over by a brewing storm coming closer and closer on the horizon. Having had a slow first day the group decided to go jigging on their second day, hopefully catching something Grande. Right away the first spot and the deep, dark blue water started giving results with some nice Amber Jacks. The next spot also had activity, but instead it was the trevally’s who gulped the jigs. Suddenly Helge gets a hard bite on his jig and the fish gets hooked on his single, barbless assist hook. Fighting very slow everybody wondered what kind of fish it might be. Seconds later a 200lbs Black Marlin breaks the surface and after a few seconds we all realized what had happened. The fight was incredible with between 15-20 jumps and at the same time Nico trying to manage the fish between a curious local fishing boat and a big container ship going by just a few hundred meters from us. After 35 minutes Helge’s jigging rod brakes, leaving him with only one guide left...
Gilles & Fabien in Kirinda

Gilles & Fabien in Kirinda

After a very long flight, Gilles and Fabien went out on Kirinda waters for their first time, targeting the very sought after Giant Trevally – GT that these waters are known for. With a few rainy days before their arrival, the rain stayed and the storm clouds brewed, giving them 6 bites during the day with 1 landed fish in the boat. Second day arrived and both anglers had been able to rest well during the night. The day greeted them with a bright sun and flat conditions. In the good weather, they decided to go out and try jigging with beautiful Amber Jack as the result. The afternoon carried on with popping in the hot weather, resulting in 3 landed GT for 11 bites. Going out on the third day, once again the weather was very good and looking back on the previous day’s results the two anglers decided on popping all day. This turned out to be a great choice as their Shimano Stella reels, kept screaming all through the day with 13 GT landed and a total of 26 bites through the day with the biggest one weighing in at 25kg. The week carried on with about the same activity as the days before with sunny conditions and a flat sea, and top fish of 18 kg but also a nice size King Mackerel, also that one of around 18kg. The last day arrived for the two French anglers, who were still hoping for a fish over 30 kg. As if on cue, the day started with great activity. Missing 4 big brutes on the surface...
Perfectly kitted group from Kuwait

Perfectly kitted group from Kuwait

One of the highlights of the last few months was an interesting trip we ran for a group from Kuwait. One would normally assume anglers from this region wouldn’t venture to a far and exotic destination like the Andaman Islands. However, this group came kitted perfectly for the task at hand. Their primary aim was to catch GT on popper and to try and catch some Dog Tooth Tuna as well. Their first day was spent going through the huge inventory of lures they carried and narrowing the selection down to shapes and colors that were currently raising the most fish. Our skippers and crew assisted them in rigging up their rods and lures. Once all their tackle was ready it was time for dinner and an early night before the first day out on our 37ft center console Rampage. The next morning we set off to a distant Island in the south where we’d previously had some great GT fishing. It was decided that two anglers would fish with poppers and two with stick bait. It wasn’t long before the poppers started raising GT. We also had a couple of follows by Dog tooth Tuna so it wouldn’t be long before one of us was hooked up with one of these awesome fish. On this particular day, there were schools of Dog Tooth Tuna, Barracuda and Shark under the boat. When we did get a strike from a Doggie it wasn’t long before a Barracuda or a Shark came up and took a bite out of the fish we’d hooked. A couple of pictures of Dog Tooth we...
Daniel, Jos, Eric and Ingrid in Kirinda

Daniel, Jos, Eric and Ingrid in Kirinda

Daniel, Jos, Eric and Ingrid had travelled from India for a few days holiday in Sri Lanka and combined this with two days fishing in Kirinda. None of the four anglers had fished for GT before and they were in for a big surprise. Day 1 The fishing had been a bit slow during the last few days with no wind and very clear waters.Trying their best at popping in both, deep spots and shallow waters the GT were reluctant to show up. Only having two days to fish, can often be a gamble. Although the fishing was hard, the group kept a good spirit and were joyfully joking and laughing all through the day, while making sure not to burn in the hot sun. The fish were finally found in more colored water resulting in 7 bites with 1 landed GT on popper and 4 Groupers on light jigging for the day.  Day 2 Thinking about the day before, Fishing guides Anthony and Daniel set out for different waters, in the search of the GT. The tactic proved to be a success with a bite for Eric on his dumbbell popper almost straight away.The day was filled with action in the choppy sea and the sun was shining bright. All the poppers brought on the boat, in all different colors, shapes and sizes seemed to produce, fish after fish.After lunch, Daniel from the group, got an amazing bite from a King Mackerel, flying through the air. Well in the boat after a long fight the fish was estimated to around 15kg. Exhausted, the group considered heading back at...