While the rest of us went through Netflix re-runs this year, freelance guide James Kirsten escaped to Red Rock River Camp on the Orange where he lost himself in the gorge. The Gorge near Red Rocks on the Orange river "Lockdown!! The world gone mad. Everything is locked down; cities, suburbs; public transport [...]
The Yucatan offers so much with its endless shores, ancient cities, deep forests, crystal waters, echoing caves, hidden lagoons and friendly people . After the fishing posts, I was asked about the non fishing activities. Our 10 day road trip covered only a fraction of the Yucatan peninsula. Half the time was spent exploring and [...]
I tore my achilles tendon a few weeks ago which has meant zero time on the water and lots of time in my fishing room. I’ve tied every fly I need for the next year, tweaked everything that’s needed tweaking and my gear is good to go. One thing I’ve needed for a while is [...]
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As much as I love crunching black mussel shells walking a West Coast beach, I also cherish the succulents of the mountain ranges that lie near this coastline. I get to do and see these things when I set off on mini adventures, solo missions to find fish. Succulents of the Cederberg fascinate me. [...]
This article was recently published in the Fishing Wild Magazine http://www.fishingwild.com.au/ Title: Waders are for Sissies Subtitle: Extracts from a New Zealand fishing diary Text and photos by Leonard Flemming 19 November A customs declaration form was handed to me. The Asian air hostess slinked away, her tight figure snaking under her second-skin batik [...]