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Makhangoa Community Camp Kitchen – Baker James

Ladies watch you daughters, anglers watch your waistlines, and if you into keto, this video may offend you….James ‘Hummus’ Kirsten, shows how the famous MCC bread is baked in this edition of The Makhangoa Kitchen....

Makhangoa Community Camp 2018/19 Season: Blog 4

After a refreshing Christmas break, there was a lot of excitement amongst us guides to return the beautiful Kingdom in the Sky! We were joined by returning guests Avril and Peet as well as couple Dawid and Anne, Greg and Stephan. Large amount of rain had occurred in the week...

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 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),...

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...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2017/18: Blog 1

Welcome to the Makhangoa Community Camphttps://www.tourettefishing.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Camp-Intro.mp4With 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...

Fly Fishing and the Makhangoa Community

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...

Makhangoa Community Camp 2016/17 Season: 27 March – 2 April 2017

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...