New Cal’s new sportfishing destination

JUST over two hours from Australia’s east coast, in the heart of the southwest Pacific and surrounded by a 1,600km coral reef, the French overseas territory of New Caledonia boasts the largest lagoon in the world – at nearly 24,000km2.

Located on Tâânlo Island in the country’s north province, at the heart of the Nénéma fishing waters, the Tâânlo Fishing Camp opened its doors in February.

Tâânlo Island is ideally located on one of the lagoon’s numerous vast flats, home to the world’s biggest bonefish.

Fishing includes everything from bonefish and GTs on the flats, bluewater fly fishing, popping and jigging big GTs, and deep bottom water fishing.

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The fishing camp is equipped with a 6.5m centre console for six people and fully decked out Hobie Pro Angler kayak.

Accommodation is in the form of “glamping” – luxury camping.

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