Saturday, October 30, 2010
Steve Yatomi of www.adventuretravelalliance.com is near completion of his long waited website. Steve books fishing trips to the most exotic destinations worldwide such as La Zona golden dorado, Tanzania monster tigerfish, and Papua New Guinea bass and many more, plus some hunting trips and site-seeing adventures. Check out his site at the above website.Furthermore, you can also contact STeve at 18002543474 or mail him at
firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain more information on your "Trip of a Lifetime"
Wednesday, October 27, 2010
During my recent fishing trip to the Mnyera and Ruhuji Rivers, Tanzania, friend Dane Lundquist took time off from catching monster tigerfish to try his luck at big game hunting. Dane tagged along with a professional hunter and saw a monster 15 ft croc bagged. On our last day, Dane hunted a few hours and bagged a monster trophy cape buffalo which measured 45 inches. This is a trophy where many serious AFrican Big Game Hunters never equal in years of hunting. Dane hunted with Kilombero North Safaris which can be booked by Steve Yatomi at http://www.adventuretravelalliance.com/ or contact Steve at email@example.com
Saturday, October 23, 2010
Was able to fish for monster tigerfish on the Mnyera River and Ruhudji Rivers in Tanzania last week. Had a group of 4 which included friends, Cole Lundquist, Steve Ryan, Dane Lundquist and myself. Steve Ryan had fished these rivers last year while this was the first tigerfish adventure for the rest of the group.
We flew on KLM for Chicago to Amsterdam then to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. He overnighted in the Sea Cliff Hotel in DAR before taking a charter flight to the fishing rivers.
The lodge on the Mnyera River consists of private, spacious safari type tents with private hot shower and toilet.
You drift down the river fishing different sections of the river each day. The biggest tigerfish on the trip were all caught on the Mnyera River. Cole landed monsters of 22.5lbs and 21lbs. Steve landed trophy tigers of 20lbs and 19lbs. I landed a trophy at 18lbs. All of us caught numers other trophies in the teens. A trophy tigerfish is normally any over 10lbs.
Dane opted to hunt for a few days and bagged a trophy cape buffalo.
Lots of wildlife was observed by all during the trip especially on the ride from the Mnyera River over to the Ruhudji River and back. You go by jeep driving through the jungle. Lots of elephant, eland, warthog, cape buffalo and others were seen. Numberous hippos, baboons, and monster crocs were observed each day on the Mnyera River.
I highly recommend this fishing experience. For more information contact
Thursday, October 7, 2010
STeve Yatomi of http://www.adventuretravelalliance.com/ reports the peacock bass fishing in the Brazilian Amazon Jungle has been really good. For the week ending Oct 3rd, fishermen about the yacht, Tayacu, land 16 monster peacocks over 20lbs with a 25lbs grande being landed. 11 peacocks between 17 to 19lbs, 77 peacocks between 10 to 16lbs, and 713 over 10lbs were landed during the week.
The water levels, which are the key to peacock bass fishing success, are at a medium level and dropping. This is a good sign for a great peacock bass season this winter and fall.
For more information contact Steve Yatomi at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, October 3, 2010
With my upcoming trip to Tanzania for tigerfish only a few days away, 1 of the fishermen in my group suffered a serious injury this past week and will miss the fishing trip. My friend was riding his bicycle and as hit by a car. He suffered a broken arm and dislocated shoulder. He will out of work for at least a month. The driver of the car did not have insurance. My friend did not purchase travel trip insurance for our Tanzania trip. Since the trip is too close to departure, a refund is not available. Thousands of dollars are lost.
REMEMBER TO SPEND A FEW HUNDRED OF DOLLARS TO PURCHASE TRAVEL TRIP INSURANCE.