• Dugmore bamboo

    Dugmore bamboo - Click the image to enlarge.

  • Rainbow and bamboo

    Rainbow and bamboo - Click the image to enlarge.

  • Small trout

    Small trout - Click the image to enlarge.

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    IOTD 25 - Click the image to enlarge.

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Fly Fishing


Wednesday, 30 December 2015 13:19
Clem Booth reflects on his fly fishing in 2015 and an important, life changing decision he made during the year. Clem lives in London close by the River Thames and only a short drive from the chalkstreams of Berkshire, Wiltshire and Hampshire. But he travels much further afield to begin…


Monday, 21 December 2015 08:45
  Not three Wise Men bearing gifts; rather, three Wise Anglers hidden in Christmas trees!   From Hugh Rosen in La Jolla California Hugh is a highly respected medical research scientist and a keen fly fisher and fly tyer who often graces this column with his articles. He sent this…


Monday, 07 December 2015 08:00
Quotes of the month I've chosen two quotes this month from one of fly fishing's most skilled and prolific writers, Nick Lyons. The first is a longish piece that perfectly illustrates Nick's remarkable skills as a wordsmith. His prose is right up there with the best angling writers of all…
Matt started fly fishing in 2002 and joined the competitive scene a few years later. He was selected to fish for Western Province at the Nationals in 2008, and represented his Province in seven National Championships, his team winning two golds, two silvers and a bronze medal, including an Individual silver…
I am blessed with a few good friends who enjoy catching fish on the sensors of their cameras as much as taking them on a rod and line. Billy de Jong, Darryl Lampert, Leonard Flemming, Gerrit Redpath, Ritchie Morris, Keith and Ian Douglas, to name just a few, are all…
Black wattles line the banks of many streams in the KZN and Eastern Cape highlands, on the eastern side of the escarpment. In fact when flying over the landscape, or looking at an orthophoto, you can see where the rivers run by tracing the snaking ribbons of wattle trees. The…