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Dullstroom Fishing Report

November fishing report Hot, hotter and hottest… Take your pick, as each and every one of them accurately describe Dullstroom’s weather in November. With that said, our trout are still feeding vigorously, are full of life and are pulling hard! Waters are warm, too warm most would say, but this always presents an opportunity to […]

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Dullstroom Fishing Report

Monthly Fishing Report Mid-winter is a great time of the year to get out onto the water due the fish being in spawning mode. Typically trout get ready to drop eggs anywhere between mid-June and throughout July, naturally, the trout eat each other’s eggs making them aggressive and eager feed. The water temperatures for this […]

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Tactics For Trophy Winter Trout

Numb fingers, frozen rod eyes and trophy trout! It’s finally winter! Yes, okay… for most people that isn’t a statement they’re going to openly embrace, but for us trout fishermen we associate winter with big, spawning trout – One of the best times to really have your line tighten up on a monster. Now, I […]

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Tips and tricks – Split shot idea

With summer on the way, the much-anticipated yellowfish season is around the corner. A quick tip that will save you from losing half you split shots from the pack. Take an old plastic hook box and put in a layer of Prestic in the bottom, then push in your splits shot on the Prestic. This will save […]

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Tips and tricks – Gear care

  It’s important to take care of your gear. Rods and reels can last you a lifetime if looked after. Rods: Always give your rods a rinse in fresh water and wipe down with a dry cloth after a fishing trip. Especially after a saltwater trip!!  once the rod is dry, especially the cork, put in the […]

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Tips and tricks – Tiger season

Tiger season is around the corner and here are a few tips before the season gets underway. Buff I’m sure most flyfishermen have one of these, great for sun protection, windburn, warmth and keeping your cap on while travelling on the boat.     Finger minder I love using these, as I’m not a huge […]

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