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Tactical 5.0 now in store

Tactacam In store The Tactacam 5.0 was made with the Modern-Day Sportsman in mind. https://catchcook.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/WhatsApp-Video-2021-02-02-at-11.50.17.mp4 The Tactacam 5.0 was made with the Modern-Day Sportsman in mind. The #1 Point of View camera on the market for hunting features 8x Zoom which brings your hunt closer than ever. New Image Stabilization...

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Tackle Secure

Tackle Secure The solution for attaching the hook and sinker to the fishing rod. The ultimate solution for the hook and sinker always coming loose from the fishing rod when transported. Having problems when transporting your fishing rod from one site to another, or even carrying it between fishing sites? ...

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Atomic 22 Special

Atomic 22 Center console boats Built in Durban by Ace Boating SPECIALPowered by Mercury 115hp CTSeafirst hydraulic systemsSimrad GO7 Marine ElectronicsBook your build slot and we will pay your first year's Insurance upfront to Club Marine Insurance Brokers.Email silan@dynamicboating.co.za or call 082 441 6443 Share this article Share on facebook...

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My First Carp

My First Carp Young Primal Provider in the making Young Primal Provider in the making Colten went to Homestead Dam in Benoni and here is his story:I caught my first carp, he was a monster and couldn't believe the fight. Normally I fish for bass but I recently started Carp...

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Species: Natal Stumpnose

Species: Natal Stumpnose Other Names: Stumpie, Yellowfin bream, Sea bream, Stompnues Identification This fish has an oval body shape with a distinct dorsal fin. The head is slightly blunt, appearing Stump – hence its common name. It appears silvery grey with golden stripes; however the stripes are an illusion caused...

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The Bronze Bream

The Bronze Bream This is possibly one of South Africa’s best loved recreational fish.  IdentificationThe bronze bream is easily identified as a round plump fishThe colours range from a deep bronze colour to a pale brown depending on size and habitat. In the colder waters of the Eastern Cape they tend...