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Cruise News Issue 42

  The Ellies have taken this year’s theme of ‘Game Viewing Cruise Style’ to heart! As they grow in confidence that we are a safe presence, we are being treated to sightings that have been nothing short of spectacular. For the adventurous souls, load up your mountain bike and give ‘Game Viewing Cruise Style’ a whole new meaning! Join us for one …

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Cruise News Issue 41

The start of Tiger fishing Season this year has been celebrated by visits from old friends, Mountain Walks, Bikes and Bonfires! Roger enjoying time out with Shaun Botha and Angie Ashton, visiting from Seattle. Great to have Gary Smith (leading world skydiving coach) and his family on-board. Bheki’s guided walks along the Lebombo Mountains.… Participating in Ian Wilson’s Single Track Minded cruise …

Cruise News Issue 40

We are looking forward to a fantastic Tiger Fishing Season this year; hot days, ice cold beers and great company; I’m reminded of a saying in Zulu “Heyi alisashisi Ilanga! Likhipha inhlanzi emanzini!” which translates “Wow! It is so hot the fish are jumping out the water!” This is exactly what happens and while it’s great for the fish, when you …

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Fishing Report January 2016

Captain Bramson’s Fishing Report With regards to fishing, it was the most memorable time of the year because we recorded the most and the biggest fish. The average catch was 20 fish per day per cruise, and the biggest was 4.5kg. Most of the fish were caught on the South Eastern end of the dam. It proved the saying right …

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Tiger Fishing at Jozini Dam

Captain Adam’s Fishing Report & Tips Adam doing what he does best! Tiger fish can swim up to 48km per hour, a strong fighting fish, with 13 teeth on the upper jaw and 13 teeth on the lower jaw. The last month’s fishing has been very good with the biggest Tigers landed, 4.5kg. The others averaged 2.5kg. We were catching …

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Fishing Report by Scott Perry

The fishing has been extremely good the last couple of months with several hundred Tigers being caught. The water clarity in the main dam and gorge is very clear, and was a little brown in the river as a result of some of the rain we had early December, but this has also cleared up. The air temp has been …