African Fly-fishing Handbook
Fly-fishing in all its forms is the fastes-growing participatory field sport in the world. Whether you're hoping to catch trout, tigerfish, yellowfish or queenfish, there is little to match the sheer joy of fishing with a fly rod. Whether you're standing waist-deep in a raging river estuary fishing the saltwater, or wading slowly into the calm waters of an inland lake, the thrill of casting a perfect line is unmatched. Africa is one of the world's most exciting fly-fishing destinations. Dedicated fly-fishers can be found casting their lines all over the continent - in steaming tropical rivers,
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Adult AFRICAN FLY-FISHING HANDBOOK AFTM angler barbel bass beetles Black blue body bottom bream brown brown trout bucktail Buzzer caddis cast catch catfish cock hackle colour crabs damselfly deep deepwater dragonfly drift dry fly estuaries eyes fast feeding fibres fish fish’s flies floating line fluorescent fly line fly rod food forms freshwater gamefish green grey hackle hatch hook imitation insects kingfish knot Labeobarbus Lake Tanganyika largemouth largemouth bass leader Lefty’s Deceivers loop lure marabou mayfly method Minnow monowire Muddler mullet Nile perch numbers olive orange pattern PHOTO poppers prefer rainbow trout reel rivers saltwater fly-fishing sedge shallow shoals shooting head shrimps Silk silver sinking line slow small fish South Africa species spot Sterkfontein stillwater streams strip retrieve surf surface tail tapered tigerfish tilapia tippet troll trout usually Vaal Walker’s weed beds wings wire Worm yellow yellowfish Zambezi