FOSAF FLYFISHING REPORTS - Trout - Amatolas

Date of Report: Tuesday, 23rd April 2019
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Name: Edward Truter
Email: truter.edward@gmail.com
Phone: 078 1141669

AMATOLA FLY FISHING CLUB (Stutterheim & Kingwilliamstown).

Gubu  & Maden dams.

According to Edward the Gubu waters have cooled down nicely and the larger fish are moving into the shallower water. There have not been many browns caught recently and before Christmas these amounted to 1 brown for every 9 rainbows taken and it is felt that some of these browns could be a good size and should be making an appearance soon. There are also scads of stockies around. 

For Maden we believe the dam is quite weedy which is normal for autumn and a float tube will advisable.         

For Gubu contact Edward Truter at Edward.truter@gmail.com or 078 1141669 or alternatively Ryan Smith at 078 0199967. For Maden Dam it is Dean Stoltz of Target Line at 043 7265133 or go to the website at www.amatolaflyfishingclub.co.za.

CATA VILLAGE.

Most of the visitors to this picturesque venue are hikers but there is some interesting trout fishing as well. The Cata River contains wild browns, small in the forested upper reaches but larger in the bottom section. The nearby Mnyameni Dam contains plenty of pan sized wild rainbows so light tackle is required for angling. For more go to http://www.cata.org.za/fly-fishing/.

LOCH LOCHIE

Martin Davies reports that this water is looking really good as the dam is overflowing. However, nobody has fished it comprehensively since December when Martin and his brother took 8 fish. Since the severe drought two years ago which had a devastating effect on the population the dam has been restocked at least twice and a visit to this attractive water should be very rewarding now.

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A Gubu brown