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Wow – awesome work man!
Here is one from Aitutaki:
Here’s mine, posing with this tiny little brownie
Dec 3, 2012 at 9:48 am in reply to: The Victorian High Country – Riverstone Lodge Pt 1 #53850
Awesome Chris, that spot looks a treat.
I’m heading up to Bright in a couple weeks, hope to get into some fish, its been a while 🙂
Wicked photos man!
Microsoft is punting SkyDrive. I’ve used it. You get some free space, not sure exactly how much. It also has an iPhone/iPad app.
This was in Lesotho, country with the biggest trout in Africa 🙂
1 x Navy Blue Six Panel for me please.
Could wrap it up with Mr McKeown’s package and I’ll get it from him if that is easier.
I love the Scotts, particularly the G series.
My favourite is the 8’8″ 3wt. Its good for nymphing and putting out some dries.
I happen to have a 3wt Scott G series which I’m looking to sell.
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Thanks, its clear that from the comments these guys are on top of the game 🙂
Thanks BR 🙂
Thanks David, thats what I was hoping 🙂
Thanks for the comments gents.
Its going to be difficult to give you a precise answer on that one Colin.
We have many rivers that hold trout, in most of states across South Africa.
Each river had trout introduced by a different person. One of the more famous guys was Sydney Hey, who’s story is told in the book, Rapture of the River.
To my knowledge, the first trout that were hatched in CPT, were from a hatchery in a cellar in Newlands. This hatchery quickly became too small, so it was moved to a hatchery in Stellenbosch, which is still in operation today.
Not really sure though when the rivers first got stocked, but I’m reckon it was between 1900 and 1930.
Damn those pictures are insane. Holy carp.
Friggen stunning pictures there …….
Absolutely awesome. One of these days, my lads will be able to share a stream with me… Cannot wait.
Good to see that there are still kids who dont want to spend every waking hour infront of the TV.
Thanks Neal 🙂
@ Nick – yeah, its weird, whenever you talk to someone about the place, they dont know it at all. Total population is still only something like 22.
Ironically, this Rhodes is no where near the Rhodes University. Its actually situated about 60Km from Barkly East, near Ugie/Mclear/Elliot.
One of the other blanks he painted the Renault racing yellow.