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Considered just as a singular entity the Faro River is an incredible resource of integrity and complexity. A marvellous, pretty and extremely productive river that demands attention and protection. Taken in the context of its role in the ecology of a massive wilderness tract, it goes far beyond the realm of being quantified. It is...
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Picture this, from about 15 meters off the bank, you and your guide are scanning shin to knee deep water, flowing uniformly over a white sand bottom.   Walking slowly, you are on edge, constantly asking the question, “what‘s that?!”with an urgency that belies the  calm and  methodical manner you are approaching the session, as...
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By the time the last week rolled around, I think we were feeling as ready as we had at any point in the season. We had continued to improve our fly camp to the point where it was a well oiled machine, we had had a chance to really rest up and prepare ourselves and...
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After a few good days of rain and a blown out river, returning MCC guests, Nish and Dale, bought along David and Reinhard, arriving in camp with big smiles and high hopes for the next few days of fishing in the Lesotho highlands. The Bokong was still murky and high, so the decision was made...
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After a quick break for Christmas and New Year, we anxiously made our way back up the ‘hill’ and into Lesotho not sure what the start of 2020 will hold in store. When we had left, a few weeks earlier, the river was finally showing some potential, with a few yellows moving into the Bokong...
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GABON TWO WEEK FLY FISHING EXPLORATORY REPORT:The estuary mouth area produced some good cubera snapper, senegalese kob, big jacks, barracuda, and a really decent sized threadfin. Some really big tarpon were also hooked on fly, but unfortunately managed to get away every time. The mid and lower sections of the lagoon fished exceptionally well and guests...
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Making good use of the travel time on the upper Ruhudji to strap a few more flies for the days fishing.  Miles fished with us in Tanzania in 2017. He promised to return to settle a few loose ends with the tigers. A man of his word, he returned! This time he brought backup in the...
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https://africanwaters.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/video-blog-2-tanzania-2019.mp4AW guides Brent and James discussing what else this incredible fishery has to offer besides the world class fishing!
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Words from the angler : I am not a lucky fisherman, but on this evening, for once, Murphy was not on the fish’s side. Just after I hooked the fish it ran under a ledge against the rock wall where I was standing, and continued to run and run and run. Nothing that I nor...
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