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THE LITTLE POTT WITH GEORGE BRITS

Saturday, 26 February 2011 05:19
THE LITTLE POTT RIVER – GEORGE BRITS This is a charming stream 15 kilometres to the north of the village of Maclear. It runs in wonderfully rugged sandstone topography and carries a good head of brown trout. It’s superb nymphing water – Zaks, Flashbacks or Gold-ribbed Hare’s Ears and PTNs…

READER'S IMAGES - PART 5

Thursday, 24 February 2011 05:07
George Brits George is an accoplished man in many areas - business, photography and fly fishing. He has travelled the world widely. Here is a series of his images from the USA. In the next issue I will feature his photo essay of the Little Pott River in the Eastern…

READERS IMAGES PART 4

Sunday, 20 February 2011 06:04
From Andrew Fowler in KZN Paul de Wet fishing Cliff Dam The Riflespruit Eastern Cape Andrew Fowler with a Lyndhurst rainbow, KZN Storm over Die Poort KZN Dave Prentice fishing the Willow Stream, Balloch Eastern Cape From George Brits  Brucedell, Bokspruit Eastern Cape Trout lake on Leliekloof Guest Farm near…

READER'S IMAGES PART 3

Friday, 18 February 2011 15:13
READER'S IMAGES PART 3 From Jonathan Boulton of Mavungana Fly Fishing Centre Dullstroom Dawn on a Dullstroom stillwater John Thoabala's largemouth yellowfish Jonatahn with a Nile Perch, Egypt Peacock Bass, Amazon River From Agostino Gaglio of Klerksdorp Agostino, Sterkfontein Dam And here's one I did a little work on for…

READERS PICTURES 2

Wednesday, 16 February 2011 04:10
 FROM TOM LEWIN A couple of pics I took while bumming around in RMNP. The Greenback Cutthroats were just incredible. Pure indigenous strain and one of the last remaining headwater reaches where they can be found. It entailed a 31/2 hour hike up to around 8900ft and a 40m slide on my…

READER'S IMAGES

Saturday, 12 February 2011 13:14
READER’S PHOTO IMAGE GALLERY AND FORUM Long back I discovered that fly fishing photography is an absorbing pastime, maybe because in its own way it has so much in common with fishing itself.  It’s creative, mostly challenging, at times dead easy and like fishing, there’s an incidence of sheer luck…
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