Atlantic Evasion, sport fishing holidays in West Africa!

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Eric Dubouchet has been fishing in West Africa since an early age.  Together with his wife Carole they created ATLANTIC EVASION in Senegal, an angler's retreat inviting guests to experience the best deep sea fishing and jigging that Senegal has to offer.  ATLANTIC EVASION is strategically located directly on the bay of Ngor.  Eric and Carole's expertise also extends to Guinea Bissau, where they own and operate a fishing camp in the Bijagos Archipelago.  In the Bijagos, anglers are encouraged to challenge themselves with a variety of techniques including casting, jigging, fly fishing, hand-line, trolling and surf-casting...


In Senegal, the fishing center is situated directly on the beach (bay of Ngor), nearly at the most western point of the African continent.  This ideal location is only 15 minutes away from Dakar's most coveted fishing zone; it is the meeting point for sailfish, blue marlin, and albacore tuna to name a few.


Guests are welcomed at the cozy, family-run bed & breakfast boasting ocean views. An on-site restaurant (La Cabane du Pecheur) specializes in fish and our angler guests:  "Bring Your Own Fish" is whole-heartedly encouraged!


ATLANTIC EVASION is also present in the Bijagos, Guinea-Bissau:
Acunda is a private island, an "edge of the world" getaway, in the midst of picturesque islands nestled in an untouched fishing zone.


Atlantic Evasion includes : 

   ° Quality material & equipment

   ° Boats adapted for fishing

   ° Accomodation

   ° A Restaurant

Atlantic Evasion is also represented in Saly: