The Next Edition of Blue Water Magazine

As a lot of you know I write an are report for Blue Water Magazine. We are limited to 150 words. We are to talk it up and talk it up even more for the coming months so here it is, you read it first right here:


With the wet season well and truly upon us we are seeing spectacular mornings and thunderstorms in the afternoon. This hasn’t affected the fishing at most of the rain is falling over the islands. We are still seeing plenty of mahi-mahi and a few wahoo.  Most operators are finding a marlin or two a day and you could expect to catch at least one. November is traditionally one of the better fishing months in the Vanuatu waters however we haven’t seen the run of big yellowfin yet. Several of the operators are still doing week long trips to the outer islands and have been doing very well on G.T’s and dogtooth tuna. We are now looking forward to the influx of holiday makers through the festive season and the fishing is looking good for those venturing out into these magnificent waters. The fishing club and several operators are about to deploy  several new F.A.D’s to improve things even more if you are fishing out of Port Vila.

Peter Phillipps

Wild Blue Fishing Charters.

Port Vila.


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