LITTLE SWIMMERS

Sometimes, yellowfish rise from the sand and rocks where they grub for nymphs clinging to the bottom, to hover high in the water column near

LEGAL ALIENS

Playing Western Cape fly fishing tour guide for these three Scandinavian legends (Håvard Stubø, Markus Lemke and Rolf Nylinder) has been an eye opening fever dream.

THE INVASIVE RED SWAMP CRAYFISH

Those of you who read every inch of The Mission magazine would have seen the piece on the invasive Red Swamp Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) in

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN

Exploring remote valleys with no paths, no reception and no easy way in or out, three anglers throw caution to the wind, extend a middle

WHAT LIES BENEATH

What if we can have the best of both worlds – brilliant trout fishing in the mountains of the Western Cape AND new (yet ancient)

HIGH 5s: TIM LEPPAN

From the mountains of Lesotho and the Bokong River to the Nubian Flats of Sudan, African Waters guide Tim Leppan ’s career is in the

CLEARWATER CLANS

So it’s no secret that Clanwilliam yellowfish were stocked into the Berg River back in the day (from 1964). I’ve been trying hard to find

BLOODWORM

According to my knowledge, in fly fishing ‘bloodworm’ may refer to three different things: 1) Red midge larvae, 2) reddish coloured freshwater annelids (aquatic oligochaetes

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