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Eight years have come and gone in Tanzania. Amazing fish have been caught and released. Fly lines, rods and spirits have been broken. Tears of joy and sadness have been shed over countless unforgettable moments while attempting to tame the untamable. After so long, some of the rare becomes seemingly common.
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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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Lionel started guiding in 1988 after leaving the army. He guided in the Timbavati for two years and then ran walking trails in the Manyeleti for another two years before working in the Klaserie. Lionel later moved to Botswana to run Lloyd’s Camp in the Savuti
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Stuart was born, raised, and schooled in the KZN midlands. A really passionate outdoorsman, Stuart spent all his free time during his teens, either fishing or hunting. After matriculating, Stuart did his professional hunting apprenticeship in Mozambique
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Mark grew up in the picturesque coastal town of Jeffreys Bay. Known for its spectacular beaches and perfect waves, its natural for any young local to take up surfing. However, Mark’s passion lies below the waves and as a five year old ankle biter he took up fishing.
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Growing up in Graaff Reinet, Pierre fell in love with the sport of fly fishing at a very young age, spending endless weekends camping and fishing the neighboring rivers. After matriculating Pierre took the plunge and moved to Stellenbosch
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So this week the weather allowed for us to go and have a look at an area we have been trying to get to for a very long time. Unfortunately we have have been hampered by weather in our previous attempts. It is no surprise that we took this window of opportunity happily. To break...
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We are more than confident that the Nubian Flats is the real deal, but in order to be in a position where we will be able to offer fully guided trips, we need to put in the ground work to ensure we understand the fishery properly before the 2015 season, and so I find myself...
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A cold chill in the air, winds pushing clouds over the high Maluti mountains from the west and the smell of rain in the air, it was certain, the hot sunny days of summer were slowly but surely coming to an end! Nonetheless, the yellowfish were still around in good numbers and with five new...
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Our trip started out in the village of Ha Lejone so that we could first fish the Malibamatsu river and its sister tributary the Motete . Our group consisted of Murray Pedder from Flyfishers Unlimited and 4 of his guests namely Ken, Alan, Martin and Thys. On arrival of the guests the rain Gods had...
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