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Hunting, shooting and fishing trips Guinea


Hunting and fishing trips in Guinea: known for world’s biggest tarpon fishing and waterfowl hunting

Guinea is contrasting collection of regions with mangroves of streaking trees growing on brackish water, a forest to savanna puzzle split throughout and lavish forests in between. The mangroves are ideal for waterfowl hunting with spurwing geese, yellow billed duck and red billed teal shoots early in the morning.

Across the river banks and into the marshes are geese, dove and pigeon in countless numbers. Guinea is most known for its fish species diversity and world record tarpon. Whether it’s jigging for snappers, amberjack and cobia or trolling for barracuda, tarpon and bonefish, the opportunities are endless. Along the bays and shores are over fifteen species of sharks of which five weigh over 400 lb.

Through the wrecks and rocks, any anglers from beginners to veterans will find their test and challenge it with fantastic rewards like the prized tarpon reaching 150 lbs after a long winded reel that will strain your angling skills.

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