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IN THE SEPTEMBER 2014 ISSUE:

• Vaal River Blues
The ongoing problem of sewage influx into the Vaal River at
the Barragehas been the cause of poor water clarity not usually
associated with winter fishing. Ian Couryer looks at the culprits.

• Guide Tips and Tricks: Reel Tricks
Tim Babich gives some tips on how to look after your reels.

• Guide Fly Box: SYC (Sparkle Yarn Caddis)
Gerhard Laubscher shares a pattern that has proven its mettle
on smallmouth in the Vaal River.

• Verlorenkloof Estate: Jewel of the East
Host to a pristine stretch of the Crocodile River and several
stillwaters, this Mpumalanga estate is well worth visiting.
TCFF staff report.

• The Magnificent Trout: Chapter II
This month, Fred Steynberg and Mario du Preez look at
fishing terrestrials.

• Focus on the Mighty Vaal River: Part I
The Vaal River is arguably our most popular waterway from
an angler’sperspective. In our new series, we take a look at
the entire Vaal River, starting this month with the upper Vaal.
TCFF staff report.

• Salt Water Tactics: How to be in the Right Place
at the Right Time
To be successful in the salt, you need to understand the
environment you are fishing in. Contributor Ben Pretorius
points out the salient facts.

• Himalayan Gold
Brendan Becker travels to the foothills of the Himalayas
in northern Indiato make a dream come true – golden mahseer
on fly.

• Tying Crab Patterns
This month, Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder discusses
tying techniques for crab flies and lists a few favourite patterns.

• Last Cast: Strictly Come Casting
By Andrew Levy.

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