Earlier this year, in the month of June, Michael and Stuart towed Michael’s boat (a galeforce) from Buderim Austraila to Perth Austraila. Stuart returned home from Perth and Michael continued the adventure by driving the final 1200 kilometres to Exmouth, Australia. After the fishing Michael put his boat and vehicle in storage with plans to return in July for a bit more of the same. Michael had arranged for a couple of his mates, me being one of them, to join him in Exmouth for two weeks of saltwater fly fishing. We would spend our time chasing bonefish and permit on the Exmouth (western) side of the Gulf and inside Ningaloo reef. When we arrived on the 26th of July, the shuttle bus dropped us off at the storage shed, which is about 10 kilometers from the airport side of Exmouth, where we picked up the boat and car and headed into Exmouth. We booked into a motel, got our fly fishing gear ready, fuelled the boat and headed out for a quick afternoon fish at our favorite Golden Trevally spot in the Gulf which we call “Monsters patch” in the Gulf. On the next day around lunchtime we left for the 26 nautical mile, 1 1/2 hour trip across the Gulf. We stayed at Wilderness Island, a safari camp on an Island on the eastern shore of Exmouth Gulf. We stayed 11 days, fished every day and caught about 34 different species of fish. Michael has put his boat and vehicle back in storage and is heading back there in October to chase sailfish and marlin on the fly.