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The weather has given a few unexpected gaps over the last week and anglers from all facets have managed some decent fish. Please see our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8f8U0GjLGWFaEiUjs-n01w) for exciting videos about fish species, traces and bait demonstrations. Also see the latest newsflash on the ASFN YouTube channel (https://youtu.be/jim6Bg4ivUU). Ray’s tip: There are multiple times… continue reading.
The unsettled conditions over the last week or so have meant the fishing has not been what it could have been. On the positive side of it all, the dams are starting to fill very nicely and the flooded shorelines have made for exciting fishing for the small bass and various tilapia species. This is… continue reading.
The fishing has been spectacular over the last week. There have been notable catches in every facet and category of angling. These ranging from a giant marlin off Richards Bay to some sizeable trout in the TOPS Corporate Challenge. Ray’s tip: don’t hesitate, medicate! Summer is still upon us and the flatfish and sharks… continue reading.
Fishing over the past week has been up and down for all facets. The Ski Boat fraternity has been enjoying some superb fishing on some days and terrible, fishless days the next. The Rock and Surf has been the same. With the weather unable to make up its mind, it seems the trends will be… continue reading.
Conditions for the next few days are not looking too great. With the sea on its head and rain forecast, it’s time to relax and take some time to organize the fishing tackle and spend time with the family. Please see the latest newsflash on our YouTube channel and hit “subscribe”, it’s FREE, if you… continue reading.
With the weather being up and down over the past week the fishing has been slow. With the days leading up to the weekend with no distinct patterns in the wind and rain predicted for Saturday, it seems to be the perfect time to take a step back from the fishing and get your tackle… continue reading.
This past weekend saw some spectacular Ski Boat fishing. The snoek found this weekend to be a particularly good time to eat out. Some boats recorded catches of over 10 fish per angler. Small spoons, lipped lures and fillets trolled behind backline all proved to be successful methods. Ray’s tip: Go catch a snoek!… continue reading.
The weather has been fairly favourable for all the facets over this last week and everyone has been able to get out and enjoy their favourite pastime. The sea has been flat and the sun has been out, but the reports have been slow to filter in meaning that either the guys are too busy… continue reading.
The fishing has been sublime over the last week we the arrival of the shoalies off Durban and the flatfish feeding extremely well. This has meant good fishing all-round for the ski boat and shore-based fraternities. Ray’s tip: Since the rain has been coming down in lashings, this week’s tip is all about fishing… continue reading.
The fishing has been spectacular over the last week in both the rock and surf as well as the offshore scene. Please see the following link for the ASFN newsflash (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JF57rHj7dJI). As a side line note, the B Nationals and the development nationals are currently under way. Kingfisher’s own Ray Thompson is leading the… continue reading.
Yellow diamonds in the sky…Well Rihanna almost got it right. The diamonds are in full force in the north. Check out (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWjQIeyS-No). The wading banks are firing like a miss-firing AK47, patchy but ferocious. For a video update of what’s happening along the coast, please see the latest ASFN newsflash (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPkhcveizQ8). Offshore: The… continue reading.
The weather has been less than ideal for fishing over the last week but some have managed to sneak a fish or two out. Please see the video link below for some highlights from the end of January. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xr6DY-z1pMQ Ray’s tip: Sun protection. I am sure all of us have suffered the pain… continue reading.