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Welcome to the Makhangoa Community Camp With the lingering drought conditions affecting most of Lesotho, the fishing conditions in early summer have been tougher than normal this season. None the less, all guests are managing to land some good fish in the technical conditions.
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Rest,revive, release, remember, and repeat. The beauty of a sustainable tiger fishing operation.It was with slight trepidation that we welcomed Seb and his crew back to camp this season. Having had a blow out 2 years ago, and on the back of a very tough week 9, things were
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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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Stepping off the plane, into the heart of Tanzania wilderness for week 6 of the 2017 Tanzania Tigerfish season we welcomed an eclectic mix of fly fisherman and women. Alexey and Sofia from Russia, booked through Farlows Russia and Arni plus one, from Lax-A Angling as guests of
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The second group of the Sudan 2017 season was filled with many new experiences and huge learning curves for our anglers. Robbie, Sandro, Steve and Greame joined us for the week. They have fished with us on several occasions, but this was their time to brave the salty waters
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We could tell you all about the R600K plus that fly fishing tourism has brought into the Makhangoa Community over the last 18 months.We could tell you about the skills development programs, village employment roster, conservation initiatives, and river rangers project that bring
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Week 3 of the 2017 season we were joined by a group from the UK plus one South African guest. Unfortunately for the new guests in camp, the good fishing in the surf slowed down dramatically compared to the the previous week. We’ve not had rain for almost two weeks now, which is
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In the realm of fishing, things can either be disastrous or spectacular and on some very rare occasions it can be both. This was the case with Hein Prinsloo, David Karpul and his dad Mendel on their visit to the Makhangoa Community Camp. The rain had been absent for weeks and
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With a Toyota Quantum approaching from a distance struggling up the hills of the breath-taking Lesotho Highlands, we knew this was going to be an interesting week. Upon arrival, we were greeted by a South African turned Swedish journalist by the name of Simon who was transporting
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March signals a change in season at the Makhangoa Community Camp. Days get shorter, waters temps begin to drop and we begin to feel the first early signs of the coming winter. It is also a time of technical, yet rewarding fishing. The larger yellows remain in the upper beats
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