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Mnyera River
After a last minute cancellation on arrival day of two due guests, Steve and Vyvyen found themselves with the same happy conundrum that faced our previous guests, with one difference. Not only did they have both rivers and camps to themselves for the week, they also had four
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30km of Mnyera River and about 60km of Ruhudji were the exclusive property of just two anglers that made up the third week of the 2016 season. It was great to be able to catch up again with Tim who had fished with us two years ago, and also a pleasure to welcome Allan, who...
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The best summary of the events of the second week of the Tanzania Tigerfishing season of 2016 was the ‘back to school, end of holiday’ feeling amongst the guides as we packed our four clients onto their departing charter plane. Thankfully there is never much time to mope around
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The Kilombero Valley in remote south central Tanzania is a special place, and anyone who has for whatever reason spent some time here will confirm that sometimes it can feel like it is completely its own separate entity, a world apart with its own set of natural driving
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The last week of the Tanzania tiger season came in what seemed like a blink of an eye. This week we welcomed back Dr Bentele for the fourth straight season. He was joined by two new anglers, Randy from the USA and Johan from Germany. The guys started things off on the Mnyera
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Group no 8 this year started with only three guys. Ross from Australia, Danny from the USA, and Sham from South Africa. With such diversity of nationalities, and the good river conditions, we were keen to get started on a potentially very productive week. The teams split over the two rivers with Ross on the...
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Ray, Paddy, Bruce, Kevin and Paul were back in camp along with two friends Garry and Crash, both visiting for their first time, eager to experience the story’s their buddies had told them about…and prove the stories were true! To the newcomers this week, we were please to illustrate that a place exists where one...
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The subject for this week, the 6th week of the 2014 season in Tanzania, is rain. The fear of rain amongst the guides in Tanzania is deep seated and every day while polling our guests down these rivers a keen eye is kept on the horizon for marauding cumulonimbus clouds. Once a year, at least,...
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Ed grew up on a small farm near Port Alfred. His father is an outdoorsman through and through so he had no choice in the early alignment of his interests. From the youngest age he had a curiosity to explore.
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A proud Tanzanian national, Greg also has some Southern African flavor, having attended primary school in Zambia, and finishing the rest of his education in South Africa. After completing BSc studies in Cape Town
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