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Fishing Namibia

Capt. Simon McGowan
June 24, 2014
Henties Bay - Saltwater Fishing Report

With winter well entrenched now, the shark fishing has quietened down a little although there are still good numbers of bronze whaler sharks around. Spotted gully sharks remain abundant and the cow sharks are starting to show now that the water temperature has dropped.
The shore fishing for kabeljou and steenbras has been slow of late but the galjoen have more than made up for that in size and numbers.
The boat fishing, especially for the kabeljou, is outstanding right now and long may that continue.

Henties Bay Fishing Forecast:

The East Wind is blowing currently, and has been for a week now, and when that dies away, the fishing should pick up.
The sharks will become harder as the winter progresses but recent years has shown that they are still target-able right through the winter.

Target Species:

Shark Kabeljou Steenbras

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Sea Ace Fishing Adventures specialize in surf fishing the fish rich waters of Henties Bay, Namibia. Your guides have the knowledge and intuition to find and hook the big ones the battle will be up to you. Imagine the thrill and when a three hundred pound BRONZE WHALER SHARK heads for South America! The bronzie is reputed to be the hardest fighting fish from the shore! We have full package options including all accommodation. We are also the only charter boat operator in Henties Bay.

Contact Info:

Sea Ace Fishing Adventures
37 Malgas Street
PO Box 86
Henties Bay, PO Box 86
Phone: +264 64 500545
Alt. Phone: +264 81 2339242
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