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Updates on Location

Makhangoa Community Camp 2018/19 Season: Christmas and New Year Family Stays

Christmas and New Years are set aside for family groups in the MCC. It is wonderful time to give the exceptionally hard working guides team some time off, and also allows families, young kids and non-fly fishers time to enjoy the beauty of the area, in prime time. Horseback...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2018/19 Season: Blog 3

The last week before the Christmas break saw the arrival of two groups, firstly, John, Pete as well as mother and son combination Veronica and Mike. Although a few were still green to the fly fishing side, the anticipation of hungry yellows got everyone very excited. The first...

Makhangoa Community Camp – guides present season upgrades

We’re definitely not very good in front of camera, but that doesn’t stop us having fun! We do know however our way around the tool shed, a fly rod, the river and the kitchen. Look forward to welcoming all the 2018/19 season guests. Meet the guides team, Brentus (head guide),...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2018/19 Season: Blog 2

The last few days in camp saw quite a contrast of guests. Father and son combination, who were almost completely new to fly fishing, joined world renowned fisherman and casting instructor Tim Rajeff and his partner Kath. Tim was world casting champ many moons ago and togerther...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2018 – Group 1

After weeks of building roofs, installing new solar batteries and other maintenance to ensure the camp was in tip top shape, we eagerly awaited the arrival of the first guests for the season. A white Fortuna rolled up the Bokong valley carrying Stu, Andrew, Nick (aka Honest Bob),...

Okavango Catfish Run 2018: Week 3

All seasons must eventually come to an end, and group three marked our final week on the Kavango River in Botswana. This group was a mixed bag from all over South Africa. Peter Moss, Haden Keeton and Mike Blake of Durban joined Mike and Johan Khun of Cape Town along with Gordan...

Tanzania Tigerfish 2018: Week 7

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...

Tanzania Tigerfish 2018: Week 6

The release is as rewarding as the catch.