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Leaping Lunkers

In Leaping Lunkers, Inside Angling host Craig Thomassen revisits Angola and teams up again with expert local guide Carlos Moran. This time they're on the Kwanza River estuary, a beautiful stretch of water flowing through unspoilt jungle. The summer conditions are perfect, with recent rain inland flushing some brown water through the system. They head a few kilometres up stream hoping to find some baby Tarpon who should provide some exciting surface action for the guys using their lightweight tackle with versatile soft rubber lures and sinking stickbaits. They also head out to the edge of the estuary and using heavier gear, cast out live baits in the hope of catching some larger Tarpon or some of the hard fighting Crevalle Jacks.

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