Are found in tropical waters around coral bommies, fingers or any coral structures. They are free-taking, immensely strong and will dive back into the coral to break you off even on 120 lb test. They are stunning camo-green colors with a blue and orange eye, but these colors fade the longer you handle them so photograph them quickly. If you hook a big one, your 12 wt rod will not land it so point the rod at the fish and pull using the line only.
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Fishing for African marble grouper is done in the tropical waters of the Indian Ocean around the Seychelles, Maldives, and Kenya to the Pacific and the Red Sea.
12 wt rod – nothing less will do. No need for lots of backing but a spare fly-line might be a good idea!
African marble grouper flies are typically large streamers tied on very strong hooks.
Specializes in saltwater fishing and big game hunting.
Senior Program Manager
Specializes in Seychelles and Mexico's Yucatan fishing programs.