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Updates on Location

NUBIAN FLATS 2018 SEASON – WEEK 3

For the third week of the 2018 season we were joined by a good mix of different nationalities. A father and son trio from South Africa, Ray Montoya aka The Permi-nator from Oman, a Zanzibar resident, plus an American. Quite the combo, but a truly fun one indeed.With the weather...

NUBIAN FLATS 2018 SEASON – WEEK 2

A week with difficult language barriers, a man from Zimbabwe and some South Africans thrown into the mix, made for an interesting week.With a mixture of fly fisherman and conventional fisherman, the stage was set for a really interesting week.Willem, from Zimbabwe, managed on...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2018 Season: Pony Trekking

With Lesotho experiencing the biggest rains we have had in the past three years (which is a very welcome), it was with trepidation we welcomed guest anglers Jako Lucas and Oliver White into camp for a 7 night Trekking trip. Knowing that given a break in the seemingly unrelenting...

Nubian Flats 2018 Season – Week 1

Stake out! Waiting for GT's to come in on the Nubian FlatsIt was a slow start to the week with the South wind blowing onto the flats making sight fishing for the  triggers and Gt’s  difficult.  The action on the pinnacles was also comparatively slow, with the fish around, but not...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2017/18 Season: Blog 7

We are pleased to share Gordon van der Spuy’s experience with you as our guest Blog for this weeks Makhangoa Community Camp Blog update. Take a look at Gordon’s Article: Finding Yellowfish Heaven, on the Tom Sutcliffe website And for some fly tying inspiration, see...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2017/18 Season: Blog 6

It was with great pleasure we welcomed back season regulars and great friends Davo and Co. This was to be some of the teams 7th visit to the Makhangoa Community Camp. From the early days of the tented camp, long drop toilets, and the infamous paraffin rocket shower,  these guys...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2017/18: Blog 5

With a heat wave extending across Lesotho, week 2 of the 2018 season saw guests welcomed to skinny river conditions and fish feeding heavily on terrestrials. As the five night stay drew on, the anglers focus shifted from numbers of fish to bigger trophy fish, with bigger hikes to...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2017/18: Blog 4

Aftter the Christmas and New Years break, where the Makhangoa Community Camp is home to family groups, the 4th of January saw keen fly fishing guests back in camp. With the good rains in December, and hot stable conditions, the first group of the season were treated to some...