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CAPE STREAMS REVISITED

Sunday, 11 September 2011 14:58
THE MAKING OF A FLY FISHER AND IMAGES OF A LATE SEASON VISIT TO WESTERN CAPE FLY STREAMS Marcel Terblanche I grew up in Stellenbosch and fell in love with trout on a walk home from school when I spied a man with a cane rod landing a beast of…

THE YEAR OF THE MOUSE - BROWN TROUT HEAVEN

Friday, 02 September 2011 13:16
THE YEAR OF THE MOUSE - AND SOME FABULOUSLY BIG BROWN TROUT! By Ruhan Neethling This has nothing to do with the Chinese or any other ancient or mystical calendars, but is all about mice in New Zealand, an event that is equitable to or even more highly desirable than…

RHODES - THE GUIDED EXPERIENCE

Thursday, 01 September 2011 04:31
Rhodes – the guided experience by Tony Kietzman I discovered fly fishing when I studied Fine Art at Rhodes University in Grahamstown between 1975 and 1978. My mentor was Martin Davies of the JLB Smith Institute of Ichthyology who I assisted during my vacations while he was working on an…

PROFILE ON DAVE WALKER

Friday, 26 August 2011 04:16
DAVE WALKER – A PROFILE By Ed Herbst with pictures by Tom Sutcliffe and Ed Herbst The Wild Trout Association in the North Eastern Cape Highlands was started on the 18th April 1991 as a means of creating a mutually rewarding link between farmers and flyfishers and it now administers…

FLY FISHING FOR TIGERS IN THE ZAMBEZI

Thursday, 25 August 2011 14:12
FLY FISHING FOR TIGERS IN THE ZAMBEZI   Text by John Yelland Pictures by Ritchie Morris and John Yelland   John Yelland I have just returned from ten days of fishing on the Zambezi at Sekoma and Ilombe Lodge. Upstream Flyfishing put together two five night trips back to back and I hosted both! The…

Dimpling Trout by Garret Evans

Sunday, 21 August 2011 06:04
Dimpling Trout in the Autumn Stream Garrett Evans It was fairly chilly and wet- with one of those Scottish type mists- a mist that in the hills all around had a melancholy beauty. The water was still a little high after a rain but clear and the willows ever more…