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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...

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Man vs Seals

Man vs Seals It was one of those fishing days that will go down in the history books for me.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aFkO0AurE4&feature=youtu.beI had a look at the weather to make weekend fishing plans and the Saturday was looking perfect, sunny, no wind, and flat seas with a nice water temperature. The excitement...

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Urban foraging etiquette: Finding your food outdoors

Urban foraging etiquette: Finding your food outdoors Rules everyone should follow Foraging is the search, identification and collection of edible treasures growing wild such as plants, herbs, mushrooms, fruit, nuts and even shellfish, you just have to know where to look. You’ll be armed with nothing but a basket, boots...