Shaun Dickson explores the Injasuti river and its feisty rainbows in KwaZulu-Natal in this little film fresh from the guys at Xplorer Fly Fishing. Not only does it feature the singular filming and editing style of Matt Gorlei of FlyBru, but considering the country's beaches are closed, it's going to make you want to get [...]
On fly fishing on the Orange River... Were we going to get lost? That was one of our main concerns leaving Cape Town. Our mode of transport was Warwick Leslie's Alu-Cab Hilux, the ultimate overland machine, we could have gone to Cairo in it. But we weren't, we were on our way to the Orange [...]
If ever there was a time to celebrate and support local fly fishing products and manufacturers, it's now while our economy is struggling more than ever. One brand that not thaaaat many people know is actually South African is Omnispool, the line care solution guys (based out of Grahamstown noggal). I'm an unabashed patriot. Not [...]
Fly fishing and off-road motorcycles seem like the perfect fit so for issue 24 we teamed up with BMW Motorrad for a mission into the Tankwa Karoo. It involved two riders on the GS Urban and the F 850 GS bikes, two target species in Clanwilliam yellowfish and smallmouth bass and one giant storm. Check [...]
The Berg River in Paarl is a special place for me and many of us at Feathers and Fluoro. I have fished the river's headwaters for trout and, a bit lower down, for smallmouth bass. That was before the province built the Berg River Dam flooding what was some of my favourite river fishing close [...]
Ok, so 2020 cancelled a lot of our plans, but that does not mean we can't find a workaround. Like this years F3TSA, now available online! Sure, it's not going to be in a packed auditorium with prizes flying around the room, but for a few Randelas there's nothing stopping you and some mates from [...]
A Fishwater Films movie about the Orange River, showing the current water clarity, the fish and catching them on fly.
This series of Saving Sandfish films portray the exciting search for spawning Clanwilliam sandfish and saving their young from alien fish predation in the Biedouw River.
Changing your name on a regular basis is not something one would consider a good life choice. But the gentleman of the sea appears not to mind. Through years of tracking we now know that the leervis of the South (including those on the West Coast, False Bay, Southern Cape and southern Eastern Cape) becomes [...]
The free films just keep on coming with Capitaine, shot by Johann Vossie Vorster, the latest to be released. Giant Nile perch, three species of tigerfish, huge Niger barbs and a whole lot more with Vossie, Stu Harley and the rest of the African Waters crew. Enjoy.