The End of an Epic Journey to Africa

blog-Nov-16-2013-1I made it from my tent in Tanzania to my door in Victor, Idaho in exactly 50 hours.  That may seem long to some but to me it’s incredible and should remind us all what a magnificent time this is to live.  To be able to catch tigerfish on Friday and Snake River Cutthroats on Monday – man!

blog-Nov-16-2013-2-Jeff-Currier-fish-artworkIn conclusion of this trip I’d like to make a special thanks to the guides and staff at Tourette’s Tigerfish Camp in Tanzania.  They showed my clients and I nothing but a superb time on and off the water.  Also a special thanks to Yellow Dog for helping me set up and host this trip.  YD’s attention to detail on everything from booking airfares to preparing paperwork for the trip made my life much easier.

Here are a few more pics from the trip!

blog-Nov-16-2013-3-jeff-currier-tigerfish-in-africaGetting burned!


blog-Nov-16-2013-5-flyfishing-for tigerfish-tanzaniaAnother big tigerfish for the old Ross Momentum.

blog-Nov-16-2013-6-tanzania-tigerfish-adipose-finThat’s and adipose fin!

blog-Nov-16-2013-7-jeff-currier-fish-artGive me a sharpie and anything can happen

blog-Nov-16-2013-8-jeff-currier-blogging-in-africaThis blog is killing me!


blog-Nov-16-2013-10-jeff-currier-releasing-tigerfishLast tiger of the trip for me

blog-Nov-16-2013-11-jeff-currier-tigerfish-artworkAvailable anytime – Contact Me

blog-Nov-16-2013-12-tigerfish-release19lb tigerfish heads for home – THE END

For information about this incredible trip feel free to CONTACT ME.


Be sure and visit Tourette Fishing – Fight it in Africa.


And ask about my future hosted trips through Yellow Dog FlyFishing Adventures.

Jeff Currier Global Fly Fishing

8 Responses to “The End of an Epic Journey to Africa”

  1. Erik Moncada December 4, 2013 at 9:55 pm #

    Cool stuff Jeff!

  2. CB December 5, 2013 at 1:39 am #

    Jeff watching you blog makes my day much more entertaining. I was lucky enough to work with Jim and have his Tanzania PE in the latest issue of my magazine. I think I recognize you and some of your glorious fish from trips past. Well done again and if you have time check out the Magazine. I think you will enjoy the variety of content.

  3. Jeff December 5, 2013 at 3:16 am #

    Erik & CB & the Rest of you,

    Thanks for making my time putting this blog together worth it!

    Nice magazine CB – beautiful stuff


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