This episode of Going Gabon documents two days traveling out of the city of Ndjole to the north. We spent one day in the vicinity of Mitzic, a town near the borders of Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon, and another in larger streams feeding into the Okana River. The Okana is part of the Ogooue River system, the second largest watershed in the Congo ecoregion (second only to the Congo itself) and is contained entirely within Gabon. One of the reasons Gabon is so interesting to fish collectors is that this large, isolated system is home to several endemic species. Enjoy….