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Click here for further information.IN THE APRIL 2014 ISSUE:
• Caddis Time
Fishing the Vaal River after dark in April when most anglers have gone home already could reward you with some of the most exciting dry fly fishing action for yellowfish all season. Ian Couryer reports.
• The Wild, Wild West
In search of gold (and to settle a couple of things along the way), Gareth Reid saddles up and takes us along for the ride.
• Prime Lies for Big Trout
In search of a trophy trout? Fred Steynberg takes a look at where you can expect to find them.
• Barracuda: Terrorist of the Flats
Few fish spread fear and panic on the tropical flats like the barracuda, and a more ferocious and calculating opponent on the fly is difficult to imagine, says contributor Rasmus Ovesen.
• Christmas Island
Situated half a world away, Christmas Island is revered as a top bonefish destination. But its triggers and GTs provide world-class fishing too. Derrick Beling made the trip.
• A Boot for all Seasons
TCFF compares eight pairs of fresh water wading boots available on the South African market.
• Hot Fly of the Month: Cormorant Nymph
A simple but deadly nymph for trout and yellows. By Jaco Lucas
to see how the Cormorant Nymph is tied.
• Vaal River Yellows: Gearing up for Winter –
Flies and Techniques
With the onset of autumn and a good rainfall season, the Vaal River is set to be fishing well over the next few months. Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder shares his favourite techniques and flies for this time of year.
• Last Cast: Having an Aha Moment
By Andrew Levy
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