Mozambique Spearfishing with SPIERRE
Some photos from a trip to Mozambique where we had warm weather conditions with a few cold fronts passing from the South that affected our weather during the first few days. After they passed we had some excellent diving with 15 - 25m vizibility being the norm and water temperatures of 23-24deg. We dived two good reefs coming up from 35 to 15meters which attracted some nice game fish - on our second day out Michael shot a 31kg saily and I managed to get a 20kg couta. The next day I got a nice 14kg wahoo and during our stay we managed to shoot a number of very nice fish such as good size Kaakap of up to 9kg and a number of nice size coutas and other Kingfish. I also shot a nice 12kg Queenfish and on our last day at sea one of the guys got an impressive 43kg Ignoblis Kingfish!. Overall it was a fantastic trip, great to escape the cold winter and dive in some idyllic conditions with whale sharks, manta rays and a warm laid-back lifestyle and excellent hospitality and friendship on land. Can't wait for my next trip!
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