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Click here for further information.IN THE FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE:
* Great opportunities lie ahead
Compared with last year this time, the middle Vaal River is in much better condition to produce great mid- to late-season fly fishing opportunities. Ian Couryer
• Guide Tips and Tricks: River fishing tips for trout
For the inexperienced angler, tackling up for the many different scenarios on a river can be confusing, but in essence, they all have something in common. Gerhard Laubscher
• The Distant Sound of Thunder
Due to the nature of our sport, fly anglers are at risk each time they step outdoors. Ryan Blumenthal sheds some light on the subject.
• Highlands Wild Trout – Part II: The Bokspruit and Riflespruit
This month, in Part II of our series, Fred Steynberg leads us through the pristine valley of the Bokspruit and its tributary, the Riflespruit.
• Zambezi Tiger Drift
Ever the intrepid explorer, contributor Sean I’Ons goes searching for uncharted tiger fishing waters in the deep and warm heart of Africa.
• The Mighty Vaal – Part III: The Lower Vaal
We conclude our series on the Vaal River with the section known as the lower Vaal, stretching from Bloemhof Dam to its confluence with the Orange River. TCFF staff report.
• Great Bear Lake
Contributor Rasmus Ovesen takes us to Plummer’s Great Bear Lodge and the lake that produces unreal numbers of trophy lake char every year.
• African Summer in Norway
Contributor Jonathan Boulton shares a story of friendship made stronger through the brotherhood of fly fishing.
• Autumn Patterns and Techniques for the Vaal River
Fly-Tying Field Editor Murray Pedder gears you up with the right flies for late summer yellowfishing.
• Last Cast: Strike!
By Andrew Levy.