Korrie Broos

Published Apr 2nd 2011

South African fly angler

Korrie Bros

Korrie Broos lives in Cape Town (the most beautiful city in the world according to himself).

He owns a furniture factory and when he is not busy with his company, he spends just about every free minute with something fishing related. He started fishing, from when he can just about start to remember, and living in Africa, gives him opportunities, to fish for "exotic species" unique to this continent.
Flyfishing made travelling a bigger lure, and fishing from Alaska in the North West to New Zealand South-eastern corner and Europe in the north to South Africa, and most of the places in between, the last axis left is the North Eastern corner of Asia and the Southern part of South America.

When fishing for trout, he is a self proclaimed nymphomaniac. With a preference to fish sub surface, in the various European nymphing styles.

He does part time guiding, to meet more friends (from all over the world) who share his passion and exchange ideas.
He has been a member of the South African fly fishing team to a couple of World Championships and Captain of the South African Commonwealth team 2010.

Articles by Korrie:

User comments
GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted September 11th 2012


Check the factbox in Korrie's article and contact the outfitters for further information.


From: tom walraven · tom.walraven7·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted September 10th 2012

hello my name is tom walraven im comming to africa in dec and i realy wanne catch a tigerfisch but only big 1 not small can you help me whith that?and what is the price?greetings tom

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