The ongoing pandemic has been detrimental on a worldwide level and continues to, sadly, run its course in 2021 thus far. It’s truly difficult to see the silver lining during such a tough period but at least there’s been some light at the end of the tunnel for both myself and Philip Geldart, both junior [...]
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 [...]
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.
African Waters' location scout, Ed Truter, reveals the origin of his pattern, the Balbyter (Ball-biter), perhaps the most lethal fly on Lesotho’s incredible Bokong river. "I was beside a rocky run, crouching over a slab of basalt on Lesotho’s Bokong River, trying to keep out of sight of the stream of fish jostling past me [...]
This is an excerpt from The Mission Fly Mag Issue 04 cover story, The Legend of Fuck you Valley, which covers fly fishing in the Bokong river in Lesotho and its friendship-testing browns. "The plan was simple. A few days of fishing in and around the camp for the smallmouth yellows moving upriver from Katse [...]
Guide, James Kirsten, of African Waters (the artists formerly known as Tourette Fishing), on his Lesotho Loaf, his Bokong Bread, his Basotho Brioche. “One advantage of guiding in Lesotho is that there isn’t much out here. Unreal scenery, breath-taking views and phenomenal fishing, yes. . . but the convenience of a small Pick 'n Pay [...]