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Click here for further information.IN THE AUGUST 2014 ISSUE:
• Tackle Shop Survival Guide
by Jan-Hendrik Hugo.• Reviving and Releasing Fish
Knowing more about catch-and-release and the principles
behind properly handling your quarry will go a long way to
ensuring an adequate revival and ultimate survival of your
released fish. Ian Couryer reports.
• Guide Tips and Tricks: The GT Shuffle
Tim Babich explains a neat trick to fool wary GTs.
• Guide Fly Box: MSP
Gerhard Laubscher discusses the origins of his go-to
fly for largemouth.
• The Magnificent Trout: Chapter I
This month, Fred Steynberg and Mario du Preez look
at some of the trout’s favourite food sources: mayfly,
caddis and midges.
• Grunter on a Surface Fly
Reader Dustin Kemp believes the most successful way
to catch grunter on fly is on the surface.
• Clouser Culture
What do blacktail, bonefish and GTs have in common?
They all like Clousers! Contributor Conrad Botes looks
at how the Clouser has evolved.
• Sterkfontein: Why We Keep Going Back
TCFF’s annual Sterkfontein Experience offers anglers
the opportunity to sight-cast to cruising yellowfish. TCFF
Editor PJ Jacobs takes a look at how to make the most
of your day on the water.
• Life’s too Short not to go Fishing
Trips to far-off and exotic fly fishing destinations
often cost more than we care to admit (to our spouses),
but Jannie Visser takes the plunge and has the trip of
• David & Goliath
Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder suggests a handful
of patterns that will stand you in good stead when fish
become selective feeders.
• Last Cast: The Baby Elephant Walk
By Andrew Levy.
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