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Average Water Temp: 80-83, Often 20 knots and rough, Occasional there are excellent days
Average Weather: Land Temperature 80-90. 
Water Clarity: Variable inshore, good offshore

Mahi Mahi in Fiji
The fickle winter weather conditions continued to frustrate with weeks of trade wind chop separated by perfect weather days and big fish numbers. Wahoo and sails have dominated with plenty of winter Yellowfin for added variety.

GT in Fiji
Warmer water currents moved through in August to quiet the Wahoo bite a little but with it came huge numbers of Mahi Mahi for excellent light tackle action. Most are small around 20lbs but some good bulls mixed in to 50lbs.

Yellowfin Tuna in Fiji
All in all, the winter Wahoo season didn't live up to early expectations, mostly because of unusually poor weather. The GTs however love nothing more than crashing barrier reefs breakers and the popper casting has been and continues to be absolutely outstanding.

Mahi Mahi in Fiji
October will see game boats start to move offshore and dust off the heavy tackle with and Blue Marlin and Yellowfin the main targets.

M-60 Black Marlin Record
Expect the usual by-catch of Mahi Mahi, Wahoo and the occasional Spearfish making a valiant attempt at eating an 18" Marlin lure.

Captain Adrian Watt,

Matava Resort Gamefishing 

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