AADIL CAJEE - MONSTER HUNTER!
The blue abyss holds monsters, and there is one particular monster hunter who has developed a special knack for getting them out of the deep. Aadil Cajee, Jozi’s very own extreme angler, is well known for his awesome fishing antics. The only question we have is where did he go to this time?
Preparing for an extreme trip take months. Timing is everything and understanding the behaviour of your quarry is paramount. Aadil does this preparation meticulously. His planning can be as long as four months, and his checklist needs to be fully ticked before he can set off on a fishing expedition. The reason for this meticulous prep is simple, he doesn’t fish where ‘normal’ people fish.
This year Cajee made two trips to hunt some of the most elusive and gigantic fish in the ocean. His first trip was a return match to Madagascar, this time to Barren Islands off the South West coast. The GT’s were in action and many leviathans were taken on the popper.
He just returned from a trip to Mozambique’s St Lazarus banks, where they fished off the catamaran. They stayed on the yacht for the whole week, fishing all day long, they were able to bring in some of the best that Moz has to offer.
Catch Aadil live on Screemin Reels this Saturday morning from 07:30 to 08:00.
Mohammed Aslam Shaik of Valencia Park has opened his humble little fishing tackle and dive equipment supply store to the public.
Anglers and divers from all over the country are invited to pop in or check them out on facebook for some super awesome bargains.
Give him a call on 071 357 8043 for expert advice and friendly service!
Our March holiday getaway to Willow Express on the Vaal river near Deneysville proved to be full of really big surprises. Fishing in the rapids produced lots of active fish. Monster Grass carp were around and my lighty Obels knocked a lekker one (pictured below) on light tackle using a floating piece of brown bread.
Fishing light tackle on the rapids is exciting. Fish were slow on the take and we had to time our fishing well, but after sunrise and just before sunset were the best fishing times. My bru inlaw Abu Bakr Khan, from Solly Anglers Nelspruit was also in on the action and he landed a monstrous 'grassy' just off the rocks.
Abu Bakr Khan of Solly Anglers Nelspruit holds up a beautiful 8.3kg carp which was caught at the privately owned Chiboo's Farm in New Machave.
This was not the only big fish to come out over the weekend.......READ MORE!!!
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