What to Expect

The adventure is yours to decide upon and guided tours can be specifically catered to suit your desires.

The priority is to go fishing and experience the wonderful beaches, wildlife and culture of the Gambian people away from the commercial hustle and bustle of the tourist areas.

For the experienced and more competitive angler, targeting different species from a range of venues that include the beach, coral reefs and river estuaries can be particularly rewarding.  Even night fishing is an option, especially early season when large specimens can be targeted.
For the more sedate pleasure angler who is looking for a leisurely day out, a venue can be chosen to suit where patience will be a virtue while catching the sun’s rays.

Bring the family to experience not just the fishing, but also the “trip” to the venue, birdlife and wildlife and even if the fish are not biting, the day will have memories to take home and recount to friends and family for many years.

 

Light refreshments are provided consisting of bottled soft drinks (max 3 per person) and a sandwich to keep any pangs of hunger at bay.  We recommend that you bring a reserve bottle of water in case of emergency.

A beach barbeque of “the catch of the day” can be arranged by prior notice. This may be subject to a small extra cost to cover charcoal, vegetables and cooking ingredients and will also depend on what fish is caught.

Transport is by 4×4 vehicles when off road and shelter from the sun can be provided.

All the necessary fishing tackle will be provided, with top brands of rods and reels available; however, those anglers who wish to bring their own equipment are welcome to do so.
Fresh and frozen bait (prawns and bonga fish) can be supplied for each angler, and deemed sufficient to cover for the day’s fishing trip.

 
The Team

 

The combination of angling experience and local knowledge is a proven formula for success:

 

Bernard Westgarth is a former England International travelling the World with extreme angling success has studied the Gambian beaches since 1999 and now has the knowledge that rarely fails on this fabulous coastline.