|Date of Report: Monday, 3rd January 2022|
|Name: Dave Walker
Phone: 082 475 5775
The rains that commenced in earnest in November have continued so the streams are looking great, especially the Bok which has been fishing well. In addition, there are good populations of yellows which have migrated upstream for their annual spawn. The Kraai itself is too high and discoloured in the lower sections but all the tributaries are in fine form.
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Maclear & Ugie.
Colin Moolman reports that with the recent heavy rain all the main stems of their rivers like the Pot and Mooi are discoloured as are most of the dams and one has to head for the upper reaches to find fishable water.
Andrew Clark reports that the Kraai is unfishable at the moment but the smaller streams are looking good with plenty of fish around. They did plan to restock their dams with fingerlings in December but have had to wait a month or so to enable the browns to grow out a bit.
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The rains came very late to this area, and possibly have not been as heavy as experienced further east so the Karringmelk is crystal clear and running at optimum level. Lupela Lodge has been busy for the last month with anglers reporting plenty of rainbows in the 20cm to 25cm class and the odd yellowfish.
The Bokspruit – photo by Devan Lagendyk