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My friend Jarret caught this fish his first time swinging streamers on the Grand.
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Brownie, Some PA Browns have predator bodies. This fish had a huge head and mouth like a New Zealand fish.
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Large Palamino on a PA Tailwater.
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The Nedbank guide to flyfishing South Africa
South Africa has a rich variety of fishing opportunities from saltwater over stocked reservoirs to streams in the mountains. Brown trout, rainbows, yellowfish, tigerfish and numerous saltwater species seem to be readily available in beautiful, lush nature.
April 22nd 2006
Tigerfish from my Verandah
When you speak to old timers about fishing for tigerfish on the Zambezi River they will tell you of driving along dirt roads, cutting a path through the forest to get access to the river. Lions still running wild, and while they fished elephants chased anglers away from the bank. This is not how it is today.
January 18th 2007
PET Blue NJ
Black and blue colors are great no matter where you are fishing for salmon or sea trout. The PET Blue is just one of several colors of Nils Jorgensen's PETs. They are great in all sizes and easy to tie on the new Pro Tube System.
April 8th 2011
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