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Tigerfish In Tanzania
Tigerfish in Tanzania Mastering the Elusive Tanzanian Tigerfish As discussed previously, fishing for tigerfish in Tanzania poses its unique challenges. The tiger fish, renowned for its ability to shake off hooks through powerful runs and acrobatic jumps, presents anglers with numerous hurdles. Despite navigating through these maneuvers and bringing the tigerfish tantalizingly close to the...
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African Safari Camps
African Safari Camps African Safari Camps: The open season kicked off with the harmonious sounds of baboons in the early morning, enchanting boat rides along the river, and an array of diverse bird species gracing the skies. On the riverbanks, the silent sentinels, crocodiles, awaited our arrival, while the terrain transitioned from woodlands to lush...
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tanzania tigerfish
Fishing in Tanzania At long last, September saw the start of our season fishing in Tanzania. Excitement ran sky high with a bitterly cold winter season trailing in a wake as the guys made their way up to Tanzania. Both the Mnyera and Ruhudji rivers, laying home in the Kilombero Valley, received rain over the...
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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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Each new week of the season brings new guests, new enthusiasm and a new story to preach.Week seven of the Tanzanian season saw veteran tigerfish wrangler Karl , two new guests Nick and Pete of the UK, and couple Pam and Brian all the way from Texas. The coming together of this
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Week 5 was the start of an amazing 2 week stay for 3 Yellow Dog Fly Fishing adventure guests, Phil, Phil and Joe. We also welcomed one of Mark Cowan’s (Pescado Solitario) good friends Ben, as well as Jose, from Columbia.After the many fishing tails told around the camp fire on
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It was a week of old and new. Juan and Chantal who have both fished with us before; Chantal a veteran of the sport, who has fished with us in Lesotho as well as on the Okavango looked to make acquaintance with H. tanzaniae. the legendary cousin of the H. vitattus. While Juan
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We welcomed an All African group to camp this week. The Inside Angling and WildFly crew of 6 anglers/cameramen was ready film another few episodes for their respective channels, showcasing the incredible fishing in the Kilombero North Safari Concession. As well KNS guests Kobus
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With a population growing a ever increasing rates, the wild corners of our globe are in constant threat of over exploitation. The remaining pristine wilderness areas in Africa are no exception. Habitat destruction, poaching, and unsustainable use of natural resources are just
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With the fireworks of week 7, fresh in our minds, it was with great excitement that we welcomed 8 new guests into camp this week. Returning ‘local” Charlotte from Aarvark Mcleod was accompanied by Ronnie, Andrew and Wouter. Adventurous fishing family, Chris and Diane, were in
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