Uluai Island Sportfishing Lodge is located in West New Britain, around 2 1/2 hours to the west of Kimbe. It is situated in the Kove region just off ‘mainland’ West New Britain, close to four river systems that are home to many freshwater fish species including the famous Papuan Black Bass and Spot Tail Bass. There’s also plenty of bluewater fishing to be done in the deep waters of the Bismarck Sea.

Due to flight timings, the first and last night of your trip will be spent at Liamo Reef Resort.

Non fishers can be occupied by visits to local villages, kayak reef and river tours, snorkelling on nearby reefs and swimming in freshwater natural springs. Read on for more details

Accommodation for 8 guests
Dining room serving Western and Asian style cuisine with plenty of fresh seafood
No alcohol on site – preorder and prepay for your requirements
Flushable toilets
Hot and cold showers
Hand wash laundry service
240V power sockets – Australian plugs
Limited mobile phone coverage
Waterfront location

All rooms include:
Ceiling fan
Bedside table

West New Britain Province, accessible from Hoskins Airport.
Port Moresby to Hoskins 1 hour (if direct)
Hoskins to Kimbe 45 minutes
Kimbe to Kulu River 1.5 hours
Kulu River to Uluai Lodge 1 hour

Here we have some printable PDF flyers. Click on them for more details

Tufi Resort

19-25 March 2020
23-28 April
25-30 June
14-21 July
03-08 Sep
24-30 Sep – 7 nights, 5 at Baia Lodge and 2 at Liamo Reef Resort

Solid rod 5.5 – 6′ rated 10-15 lbs.
30 – 50 lb braid
Good reels – Calcutta 300/400, Curado 300, Abu 6500/7000, Daiwa Lexa and many other bait casters
50 – 70 lb fluoro carbon leader
medium and deep diving minnow lures
Selection of surface lures
Inshore pelagics – deep divers for around the reefs and large poppers for GTs
Fly fishermen average 10 weight works best, but any in the range from 8 – 12
Check the airline requirements for rod holder tubes

We can arrange it all for you including:
Pre & post accommodation
Airprot transfers
Drinks package
Travel Insurance

Medications and packing suggestions:
Anti Malaria tablets – please see your GP for up to date requirements
Insect repellent
Sunscreen/glasses/widebrimmed hat/cap
Rain coat
Long sleeved fishing shirts
Casual shoes
Enough shorts/T-Shirts/underwear
Any items you’d like to donate to the local schools/villages, such as Stationary, children’s books, sports balls, torches, AA batteries, solar kits, fishing hooks or line, clothing, panadol

Lodge is closed from December to March due to wet season
Best months are May to November
Trip dates are provided around moon phases

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