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Click here for further information.IN THE MARCH 2014 ISSUE:
• Forum: Dry Fly Magic
Sharpening your dry fly fishing skills could provide the key to unlocking a treasure trove when fishing a cooler and cleaner
Vaal River over the next few months. Ian Couryer reports.
• Hunting Largies in the Richtersveld
Haunted by the sight of a monster largemouth, Sean I’Ons reflects
on his recent trip to the Richtersveld.
• Treasures of British Columbia
The vast expanse of British Columbia offers a myriad river systems
for the intrepid angler in search of dry fly fishing for cutthroat.
Graham Mole made the journey.
• Stalking Pongola’s Tigers
The Pongola River system, with Jozini Dam situated right at the
heartof it, is South Africa’s most reliable and accessible tigerfish
destination.Contributor Jonathan Boulton extols its virtues.
• Good Moon Rising
Contributor Dionne Crafford swops his 9-wt for a 5-wt and has just
as much fun catching moonies as he does chasing garrick.
• Tactics for Spotted Grunter in Western Cape Estuaries
Continuing our series of catching popular South African salt water
species on fly, originator of the JAM Fly Jannie Visser gives us
top tips on how to up your success rate with grunter.
• The Free-Swimming Sailfish of Sakatia
Field Correspondent Graeme Field visits Sakatia Island off the
Madagascan coast in search of sailfish nirvana.
• 3-wt Rods: Spoilt for Choice
We take a look at 27 different rods available on the local market
and ask well-known proponents of these light rods to list their
criteria for the ultimate 3-wt.
• Flies for Trophy Trout
Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder discusses strategy and
some patterns you absolutely cannot be without when targeting
trophy trout in our local stillwaters.
• Last Cast: Fishing Axioms
by Andrew Levy
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