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Click here for further information.IN THE MAY 2015 ISSUE:
• Forum: Winter Yellowfish Tactics
When water temperatures plummet with the on set of the cooler months, yellowfish anglers need to adapt their tactics to achieve success. Ian Couryer explains.
• Guide Tips and Tricks: The Interchangeable Bead System
With the use of split-shot questionable from an environmental standpoint, Tim Babich offers a working alternative.
• Guide Fly Box: The Mayfly Spinner
We convince Gerhard Laubscher to give up the recipe for his go-to trout and yellowfish mayfly pattern.
• Responsible Fly Fishing in Africa
Fly fishing in a pristine environment comes with a responsibility towards the environment and local communities, says Keith Clover.
• Highlands Wild Trout – Part IV: The Kraai River
In Part IV of our series on rivers in the Rhodes and Barkly East area, Fred Steynberg discusses the Kraai River and its tributaries.
• A Tribute to a Legend and the Big GT
This story is not just about a big fish. It involves some history, a tribute to a fly fishing friend and legend, and, right at the end, a big fish. So says veteran fly angler Marius Rousseau.
• Trout Bums in Permit Paradise
On a fly rod, permit is a difficult quarry to pursue at the best of times. Rasmus Ovesen visits a venue that tips the odds in your favour.
• A Fish of a Lifetime... or was it?
During a winter sortie to the upper Zambezi in search of trophy tigers, Pelham Henwood hooks into something more than he can handle.
• Killer Flies for Tigers
Tigerfish are ferocious predators, but there is no doubt that some flies work better than others for this species. Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder lists his favourite patterns and offers a few tips to maximise opportunities.
• Lakenvlei Forest Lodge
TCFF visits a well-established Mpumalanga venue known for good trout and bass fishing.
• Readers’ Competition: The Art of New Experiences
Mac Muller visits the Skurweberg and creates memories to treasure.
• The Celebrity Chef
By Andrew Levy.