Fly Fishing in Sudan Comes to and End

by | Apr 3, 2014 | fly fishing in Sudan | 4 comments

blog-March-31-2014-1-flyfishing-in-sudanI’ve made it all the way back to Victor since my last post.  Man that was a long trip around the world.  Going is always fun and the travel goes unnoticed.  But heading home – its grueling.  After a fun last night on the mother ship the route was boat to shore (15 minutes), bus to Port Sudan (3 hours because the bus driver stopped for lunch in Suakin) then a long 5 hour sweltering wait for our plane that was two hours late.  We flew 1 hour to Khartoum, Sudan and had a one hour stay on the plane layover.  Then 5 hour flight to Dubai.


blog-March-31-2014-2-flyfishing-the-nubian-flats-sudanI had a 23 hour layover in Dubai.  I wrote my blog and took it easy.  Then flew 16 hours to Atlanta.  Then 4 hours to Salt Lake City and 1 hour to Jackson Hole.  I was delirious on the drive home.  So delirious I chose a Dairy Queen burger over McDonalds – strange move.


blog-March-31-2014-3-Suakin-SudanIt’s all worth it however.  I’ve added two new countries to my fished list, United Arab Emirates (my 48th country) and the Nubian Flats of Sudan (49th).  I’m not sure on the new species number yet but there are at least ten.  Best of all it was a great trip with old friends and new friends.


blog-March-31-2014-4-tourette-fishing-fight-it-in-africaIf anyone wants the adventure of their lives contact me or Tourette Fishing – Fight it in Africa.  Perhaps you want to fish the Nubian Flats of Sudan, giant tigerfish of Tanzania, threadfin in Gabon or yellowfish in Lesotho.  Let us know.  You just might be sharing time with me.

 Here are some more pictures from the trip.

blog-March-31-2014-5-flyfishing-the-nubian-flatsAlexey and Nicolay with a bohar double!

blog-March-31-2014-6-flyfishing-sudanThe Nubian Flats of Sudan

blog-March-31-2014-7-red-sea-surgeonfishA sohal surgeonfish (Red Sea surgeonfish)

blog-March-31-2014-8-flyfishing-sudanLife in Suakin, Sudan

blog-March-31-2014-9-jeff-currier-flyfishing-for-triggerfishAh. . . . That yellowmargin triggerfish!

blog-March-31-2014-10-flyfishing-east-africaChris Rooseboom is ready!

blog-March-31-2014-11-peacock-grouperThe tale of a coral trout

blog-March-31-2014-12-flyfishing-with-tourette-fishingEndless flats in Sudan

blog-March-31-2014-13a-mark-murray-jeff-currier-and-milkfishThe fish of the trip – Mark Murray’s milkfish

blog-March-31-2014-13-flyfishing-in-sudanEric Heyns & Chris Rooseboom – bluefin trevally double

blog-March-31-2014-14-flyfishing-the-red-seaPort Sudan, Sudan

blog-March-31-2014-15-flyfishing-sudanLife on the Red Sea

blog-March-31-2014-16-snapper-flyfishingBlack Spot Snapper or Dory Snapper – (Lutjanus fulviflamma)

blog-March-31-2014-17-flyfishing-for-bluefin-trevallyBluefin trevally release

blog-March-31-2014-19-wrasse-red-seaRed Sea wrasse

blog-March-31-2014-20-jeff-currier-flyfishing-for-snapperSmiling with the two-spot red snapper (bohar)

blog-March-31-2014-21-flyfishing-the-nubian-flatsThe end of and epic trip to the Nubian Flats of Sudan

Thank you Tourette Fishing – Fight it in Africa


Jeff Currier Global Fly Fishing


  1. Joe

    Been really fun to follow along with this trip Jeff. Amazing photos and fantastic story. Great job!


  2. Jeff

    Thanks Joe – glad you enjoyed this one!

  3. Erik Moncada

    Good stuff Jeff. The milk fish will be waiting for you next time!

  4. Dave McKenzie

    the reports, photography and day by day details is just awesome man! The water shot of the BF Trevally is sick!


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I started fly fishing at age 7 in the lakes and ponds of New England cutting my teeth on various sunfish, bass, crappie and stocked trout. I went to Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin, where I graduated with a Naturalist Degree while I discovered new fishing opportunities for pike, muskellunge, walleyes and various salmonids found in Lake Superior and its tributaries.

From there I headed west to work a few years in the Yellowstone region to simply work as much as most people fish and fish as much as most people work. I did just that, only it lasted over 20 years working at the Jack Dennis Fly Shop in Jackson, WY where I departed in 2009. Now it’s time to work for "The Man", working for myself that is.

I pursue my love to paint fish, lecture on every aspect of fly fishing you can imagine and host a few trips to some of the most exotic places you can think of. My ultimate goal is to catch as many species of fish on fly possible from freshwater to saltwater, throughout the world. I presently have taken over 440 species from over 60 countries!