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Rainbow Trout Fishing
Rainbow Trout Fishing Rainbow Trout Fishing: A change of season is underway at Makhangoa Community Camp. Nestled in the heart of Lesotho’s rugged terrain, this haven for adventure-seeking fly fishermen with its pristine waters has delivered once again. Over the past week, anglers faced challenging conditions on the river as water levels dropped, testing their...
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Rosehip Cottage
Rosehip Cottage Every year, from mid-December to early January, we eagerly welcome a diverse mix of families and fly fishing enthusiasts to the MCC and Rosehip Cottage. This timeframe conveniently aligns with school holidays, providing the perfect opportunity for families to come together and revel in the offerings of the MCC and Rosehip. Immersed in...
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MCC
MCC The 2023/2024 Lesotho yellowfish season is in full swing at the MCC (Makhangoa Community Camp), and our initial groups have experienced exceptional fishing sessions. Exciting start at the MCC The season commenced with a bang as our first guests encountered plentiful fish and optimal water levels. The yellowfish displayed remarkable enthusiasm for taking dry...
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Lemmel
Lemmel We recently had the privilege of hosting the guys from Lemmel at the Makhangoa Community Camp in Lesotho. To read more about the experience in camp, please click here! About Lemmel Lemmelkaffe is a kokkaffe collective and brand based in the Arctic Circle. Our main goal is to spread the traditional Scandinavian art form...
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Makhangoa
Makhangoa With winter approaching its end, things are ramping up for the start of the new season at the Makhangoa Community Camp. With this in mind, Chris King (a new addition to our guides team) and I headed up to Lesotho to do some maintenance, bring along building supplies, and offer our assistance with camp...
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The Bokong Valley
The Bokong Valley After spending several summers nestled in the Bokong Valley deep within the Lesotho highlands, with its rolling grass hills and vertigo-inducing cliffs where the faint, flat clangs of cowbells echo through the valleys, this place exudes an endearing quality – a simple, slow-paced life with farmers toiling in the land and talkative...
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fishing the bokong river
Fishing the Bokong River This week we saw the return of some familiar faces fishing the Bokong River. Dave Dyer and his crew from KZN filled our camp with many a cold beer, and as they would say “a crispy white wine”. This group consisted of Dave (Davo), John Bredin (I & J), his son...
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lesotho
Lesotho After an expected 4 hour drive became a 6 hour drive through the scenic mountain roads of Lesotho, the first group of the Makhangoa 2022 season arrived in camp. After a long day on the road Rob, Jan, Nitzan and Lindsay eagerly drove into camp.  They were greeted by all the guides and camp...
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Who would have thought that a group of septuagenarians could compete for the group of guests with the most gees for the Bokong season? They arrived in camp full of smiles, introducing themselves by their schoolyard nicknames and immediately began setting up rods for a quick late-afternoon and evening session in the sparkling clean water...
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“Davieeee, howzit boet, listen here, how is the river looking right now?”, screeches my phone with the war cry of an impending visit from the feather mechanic. “Bru, it’s flippen insane right now. There are more fish here than rocks”, I send back. And so began 5 days of some of the best fishing I...
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