Thursday, December 31, 2015

Last Day of 2015

A Happy New Years to everyone, just a few hours left for 2015.

This year has gone so fast especially the last couple of months, Christmas was a very quiet one for us but think the New Years eve might be different, there is a slight possibility of a cyclone heading our way?  Do hope it keeps on the track it is on & keeps moving south away from us.

This year we have had some really good catches & some not so good, but this year is the year we have caught the most Marlin in the 20 years we have been here. 

We lost a couple of months fishing as Terry was down with shingles, & the weather wasn't favourable when we had charters a few times but on the whole it hasn't been too bad a year!

Let's hope 2016 brings more fish into the area & the long liners keep away so we are able to catch some decent fish again.

Will certainly have to order more lures in again as the last few months we have lost more lure then we did over the entire year.

We had a small tourist cruise ship visit us today with about 160 passengers, this is good as it brings a little money into the town

Once again Happy New Year to all that read this blog & all the best for 2016 from Terry & Trevina


Friday, December 4, 2015


Here are some of the photos taken by one of our clients on their day out with us.

Great time had by all with 4 Yellowfin, 3 nice Mahimahi and numerous other hook ups that eluded us to play another day.
Pinto, Greg and Ned were the fishermen.
Pass on our regards to Terry and let him know we look forward to doing it again
Ned Coghlan

Thanks Ned it was a great day out on the water with you guys.

Saturday, November 28, 2015


The weather has turned over the last week, we now have strong wind warnings out for the whole of the Fiji Islands, thankfully we managed to get in another couple of charters before it changed.

It was a sad day on Tuesday when we heard of the sinking of the MV Suilvan in Suva with a cargo of Tuna from the factory in Levuka, thankfully all on board her were rescued.

MV Suilven use to operate as a passenger vessel bringing passengers & cargo from Suva to Savusavu & Taveuni. She will be missed.

This week end sees Koro Sun Resort holding a Music Festival with musicians from all over Fiji, it was a lovely surprise yesterday when they preformed at the local Market.

One of our clients has promised to send me photos of their catch so until I receive them will post what I do have.

Unfortunately I didn't manage to get the pictures of the Yellowfin that were caught also.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Yellowfin Tuna

We have had a few more charters since my last blog.

The first 2 charters we caught some good Yellow fin tuna & lost some good ones also, over the last few charters some of our good lures have gone to big fish, have now got to get online to order more lures.

Garry was someone we had taken out 2 years ago, he didn't catch as many Yellow fin as last time, but hope he still enjoyed the day, mind you we did lose a couple of big fish. 

The big Yellow fin have finally come back in, so hope the long liners keep away so we can get in some good fishing.

The last charter we went out on was more choppy then the last couple, but the people were happy to give it a try so off we went.

We had a big bull Mahimahi right to the boat before it shook its head & threw the lure, that was a shame as it would have been good for dinner.

We landed a barracuda, small Yellow fin & a good size Skip jack tuna, also hooked a blue Marlin, but were only able to play it for a few minutes before it threw the hook, fortunately we saw it jump before throwing the hook so at least they got to see it! 

Monday, November 2, 2015

20 Years In Savusavu

Today we celebrate 20 years of operation in the little town of Savusavu.

When we first arrived into Savusavu it really was the Hidden Paradise, there were only a few yachts (could count them on one hand) in the harbour, & we were the only Sport fishing boat around, you knew all the ex pats by name, as there were also just a few of them at that time.
Today there are so many from all over the world that have made Savusavu their home, it is hard to get to know them.

For 10 years we transferred tourist to Moodys Namana Resort & to Dere Bay Resort on Koro Island . Mind you Dere Bay wasn't built then.
Game fishing or Sport fishing was done on days we didn't have a transfer.
We still go to Namena & Koro but only when the Resort boats aren't able to do the transfer.

Over the 20 years we have taken a lot of people from all over the world out fishing & have made a few very good friends.

Not sure how much longer we will be able to operate as it is getting harder to keep a hand on things with all the new regulations that are falling into place.

It has been a lot of fun & we both don't regret bringing Searov over from New Zealand to start our business here.


These are some of the photos we have taken over the years in Savusavu.