Makhangoa Community Camp 2017/18: Blog 1

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. Long term forecasts are that summer rains are to due to arrive properly this December, so we are looking forward to a fresh flush and a good run of yellows.

Camp is looking superb, and the staff and guides team are making sure all guests are treated to a wonderful experience when visiting. Both on and off the water. Great views, an incredible location, unique culture, friendly staff, professional guides, and amazing food – all make for an unforgettable fly fishing holiday at the Makhangoa Community Camp.

We look forward to welcoming a full season of guests in the months to come.

Looking down to home pool from the Makhangoa Community Camp
Skinny water means stealthy approaches and perfect presentations on the Bokong River, Lesotho
When a plan comes together with a lovely early season yellowfish on the Bokong River, Lesotho
Big browns in skinny water at the Makhangoa Community Camp. Have you got the nerve and skills?
Early season and the colder than normal water mean the rainbow trout are feeding well in the lower and upper beats of the Bokong River
Turbo charged yellowfish are what it is all about in the summer at the Makhangoa Community Camp, Lesotho