Wishing all of our readers a great 2012 with plenty pick-ups, screaming reels, and awesome fishing.
with the Easterly winds that we have been having, anglers targeting flatfish have started getting some very good results on both North and
Terry reports that in the Port Edward area, as it would be, perfect weather conditions down there doesnt always bring perfect fishing and fishermen have been trying hard to be able to take home stories of the ‘big one’ but only a few fish have been taken. Kob have been undersize and shad have only come on the bite now and again with no set pattern of a normal run. A large amount of baitfish has been spotted from the shore and this could be one reason for the lack of activity with rock and surf angling. There has also been no news from the estuaries which is surprising as at this time of the year there are so many more lines in the water.
Mike Bellis, a friend of ours sent this email to us. Your Kingfisher weekly angling report in the Mercury (Friday 30 December 2011) makes mention of numerous yellow fin tuna being caught off
Check out the new Kingfisher web site: www.kingfisher.co.za. They have just updated the tide tables for 2012 and come with a few new added bits of information, like tidal movement, sunrise, sunset ETC.
The trading hours of The Kingfisher are as follows:
Mon Fri. 8:00am 5:00pm
Sat. 8:00am 1:00pm
There are some great new fishing TV shows that are now being aired on DSTV. Please check out your TV guide, sometimes Super Sport will change the channel that it is supposed to be aired.
1) ASFN premiers on Mondays on Super Sport 6, channel
206, 19:30 to 20:00.
2) Free Spool Angling premiers on Thursdays on Super
Sport 5, Channel 205, 19:00 to 19:30.
For the latest KZN fishing news presented by O.J., tune into East Coast Radio at 5.40am Monday – Friday. Any info about fishing, fish caught or competitions in your area please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 031- 368 4007.