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GLORY AND CONSEQUENCE

October 9th, 2018|0 Comments

“Every moral has a story. Every story has an end. Every battle has its glory and its consequence” Ben Harper Recently there has been a lot of talk among our circle about cameras, lenses, fresh [...]

THE MALIPUTO

October 8th, 2018|0 Comments

Freshwater GTs? Juvis? No, fully grown! This was end of what sounded like a florally ludicrous conversation between two chaps I was fishing with. It was a long time ago, the fishing was good that [...]

LAST RITES

October 1st, 2018|0 Comments

"We’d come to target a fish that holds a much revered place in South African saltwater fly-fishing lore. The Maputaland GT (Caranx ignoblis) is something of a unicorn. To bring a good one, 100cm plus, [...]

DUBIOUS DISTINCTIONS

September 25th, 2018|0 Comments

I have friends that boulder non-stop; even after getting injured. When a finger is tweaked or a leg hurt the zinc oxide tape is wrapped around the finger or limb for tendon or muscle support [...]

TUSCAN HONEY

September 21st, 2018|0 Comments

It shouldn't have come as a surprise that the one pattern that stood out on the trip involved spun foam.  We just cant seem to get away from it lately.  Whether its hydraulics on the tail [...]

THE LALU BUG SBS

September 21st, 2018|2 Comments

In Issue 11 of The Mission, Berg River carp whisperer Platon Trakoshis wrote about the etymology and entomology of his go-to carp pattern, The Lalu Bug. Here's the step-by-step to go with his story.   [...]

AFRICAN PATAGONIA

September 20th, 2018|0 Comments

Fly fishing for trout and yellowfish in the Lesotho highlands in southern Africa The world is full of extraordinary fishes. Most countries have their own, unique fish species that the local anglers target. In South [...]

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