EDITOR'S NOTE

Welcome to Edition 12

Welcome back to another exciting read, with all the political turmoil that brought parts of our country to its knees, we bring you content that will keep you the audience captivated as we bring you articles from a far as Angola, Zimbabwe, and Mozambique.

In this edition the featured articles are on Kwanza Lodge, where Judy Langenhoven chats about the Lodge and the fishing in Angola. Moving towards Zimbabwe, we bring you a lifestyle article on the Zambezi Queen, and further afield to Mozambique we introduce you to El Dorado fishing charters, a fishing charter company that is situated off the Southern Mozambique coast from Santa Maria, which is situated near Maputo and Inhaca Island

On the fishing side we have an interesting article from well-known guide and angler Owen Richter, on the ultra-light tackle side the focus is on targeting spotties in the Wild Coast rivers. On the tackle side, we bring you the latest on the Hearty Rise. As the sardines have made their appearance in KwaZulu-Natal, we look at the iconic, clean fighting game fish, often referred to as the ‘Gentleman of the Seas’, the iconic Garrick. A lighthearted article from Mgwalana in the old Ciskei, where anglers fish the river and beach area, targeting anything that bites. Moving away from the coast we go inland, where we change from saltwater fishing to experiencing the art of catching trout and bass at the well-known Troutbagger farm.

On the hunting side, we bring you the first kill from Tyra Richter, once again we bring you a new version of fungi turned into a pate. Something different to read is Paul Kyriakides world of fish art and lastly Jace, the fisherman who is making waves as a family man, ambassador, and a humanitarian in his community.

Remember, fishing provides that connection with the whole living world. It gives you the opportunity of being totally immerse, turning back into yourself in a good way. A form of meditation, some form of communion with levels of yourself than the ordinary self

Limit your catch, don’t catch your limit

Yours in outdoor life.

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