After the storm of last week many have packed up the fishing gear and waited for the sea to clean up. With the large amounts of debris in the water and the sea looking more like a field than a fishable area, this might not have been a bad call. The water has however started… continue reading.
Ski Boat: It’s that time of year again when the warm Mozambique current pushes closer to our shores assisted by the more prominent North Easterly winds. With this come the shoals of Dorado frequenting our KZN coastline. A fine table fish sought after by all ski-boaters. Dorado are best targeted along a colour line,… continue reading.
After an extremely windy August and September, anglers expected to see far better weather with less windy weekends; however, Mother Nature seemed to take control and dished out some terrible weather for anglers along the coast. Ski Boat: Sodwana Bay, the fishing has started to pick up again with reports of dorado landed on… continue reading.
Exciting times for many as Shad season draws to a close. With weather conditions playing its part this week, everything seems to be falling into place for some massive fish to be landed this week. A reminder that it’s the second installment of The Kingfisher Biggest Shad Competition. The heaviest Shad for this month (September) will… continue reading.
Ski Boat: Sodwana Bay proceeds to be rather consistent with reports of Dorado, small Tuna and a few Snoek. The guys getting the Dorado have been trawling purple konas and flicking live baits where the guys fishing for tuna and snoek have been getting a few of them on spoons and dropshot. Cape Vidal,… continue reading.
A mixed bag of fish including a variety of inedibles from our North Coast as well as the Transkei region has kept anglers smiling as we move steadily into the summer months. Shad have been coming out accompanied by a number of garrick and kob, mostly caught on live mullet or shad. Rock n Surf:… continue reading.
A reminder that it’s the second instalment of The Kingfisher Biggest Shad Competition. The heaviest Shad for this month (September) will receive a Daiwa BG 5000 Reel filled with Daiwa 8 weave 30lb J Braid, valued at R3000.00 incl, the second heaviest Shad will receive a 13’6” Kingfisher Coastline 5pce (L, M & H tip)… continue reading.
FISHING REPORT 1ST SEPTEMBER 2017. Big seas, strong winds and rain…not words you want to read when deciding whether you are going fishing. These conditions have kept many anglers indoor however; the persistent anglers have had success with multiple species. Ski Boat: Offshore fishing has been limited by the sea conditions, but recent competitions… continue reading.
Ski Boat: For the Ski Boat fishermen, Sodwana Bay has been productive over the past week with reports of decent fish being caught throughout the week. The guys on the Paddle Skis have been catching a few smaller Yellowfin Tuna, big Snoek and the odd Dorado has been coming out on Kona’s and small… continue reading.
With temperatures on the rise with some really hot days recently this is surely a sign of things to come. Although we can often expect a cold snap or two let’s just hope that some signs of summer fish start to appear soon and as more and more anglers venture out lets watch this space…. continue reading.
With the weather about to start warming up, fishing will surely start picking up again for the freshwater as well as the saltwater fishermen. Ski Boat: The North Coast has been somewhat productive the past week as a lot of Couta, Tuna, Snoek and Wahoo are being caught. Sodwana Bay has been fishing well… continue reading.
August is the season of winds and it seems to be off with a bang thus far seeing fluctuating pressure systems and a number of fronts pulling through. Many anglers have utilized the changes in pressure to their advantage and have had great pre frontal sessions. For those fishing the NE after 2 days, success has… continue reading.