EDITOR'S NOTE

Welcome to our Third Edition of the Catch Cook magazine

Catch Cook Third Edition
Catch Cook Third Edition

Welcome to our Third Edition of the Catch Cook magazine. We have evolved further into the new age with a brand new concept of releasing new interactive articles and recipes, linked to our latest videos throughout the month. Keeping it fresh and current is a great way in this fast paced new digital age world. With constant access to all of our previous articles and editions, you – the reader, will have a wealth of knowledge and information on all things Catch Cook.

We intend on keeping you at the cutting edge of your chosen facet with Primal Providers who are at the top of their game, as well as innovative home cooks and professional chefs to help you surprise your friends and family at how well you cook your catch.

While helping you become better on the field and in the kitchen, our aim is to drive home the core values of conservation and a heightened awareness of what we put into our bodies and how our actions impact our environment. Finding a harmonious balance between all these factors, while still being able pursue one’s passion, and improving at it, is really rewarding and that is our mission at Catch Cook.

Please give feedback on the new format and remember to "LIMIT YOUR CATCH! DON’T CATCH YOUR LIMIT!"

Dean Dickinson

This month we feature the mighty dusky kob, possibly the most targeted recreational species in South Africa.

Offshore we have an informative piece by resident expert Kyle Schmidt.Ray de Bruyn shares some secrets from his home waters of Salt Rock on the KZN North coast as well as some alternative freshwater fish for the table with some tasty recipes to go with it. With spearfishing, hunting and foraging inserts as well, there is a little something for everyone.

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