Linton vs. Cape Town
Jul23

Linton vs. Cape Town

I believe that sometimes the pressure is more on the angler than on the actual water at hand, and this could either be the difference between success or failure. As a young angler or inexperienced angler, this can either make you or break you… which it did for me.

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Trevor Berwick – White Winter
Jul02

Trevor Berwick – White Winter

Carp fishing is becoming more and more popular by the day here in the United States. In the past ten years here in Connecticut – where I live – it has boomed tremendously! In the northern parts, we’re only capable of fishing from late March until November or December – it depends on the temperature. Our lakes and ponds freeze up completely during the cold winter months, making it almost impossible to fish for...

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Rudie Wilken – Quick Session
Jun24

Rudie Wilken – Quick Session

Most people don’t always have the time to go out for a three to four-day carp fishing session. My brother and I mostly do short morning or evening sessions. Well, this recent session was no different. My brother and I have decided to go for a quick day session at our new club waters. We had our rods in at around 7:30am; targeting a spot we pre-baited the day before with boilies and some...

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Werner Smulders – Klaserie Session
Jun17

Werner Smulders – Klaserie Session

My cousin, Bernard, and his wife, Madelein, visited the Lowveld for a week of well-deserved leave from work in Boksburg. They left on the 18th of May and headed to Klaserie Caravan Park for the week. The Caravan Park is a very convenient destination for someone who wants to do some specimen angling in luxury. Especially if you stay in one of their safari tents! These tents come equipped with four beds, a fridge, stove, and all the...

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