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    Hi there, it has been a while since I have visited the Forum, so best wishes to all for 2012! May it be the year of the fish for everyone not Chinese.

    I am going to Ceres this coming weekend and was wondering if anyone knows of places in and around Ceres where one can fly fish for bass (or other) without having to book accommodation at the venue. Something like farm dams are ideal.

    Any help/suggestions will be much appreciated!

    Thanks,
    Rohann

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    Hi Rohann

    Most of the farm dams around town have either Bass or Carp. Where are you staying?

    The River that runs thru town have some Tench, Carp and Bass.
    The River that runs thru the pass holds plenty of bass, and the lost brownie or two.

    Let me know when you in town.

    can give you some pointers.

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    Thanks JAG

    Appreciate your offer. Will definitely take you up on those pointers. Can you please PM me your cell number? I am not sure whether we are staying in Hamlet or Ceres as yet. Also not sure how our plans will unfold over the weekend but hope to do some fishing say Saturday sometime. Will let you know.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rendier View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG View Post
    Hi Rohann

    Most of the farm dams around town have either Bass or Carp. Where are you staying?

    The River that runs thru town have some Tench, Carp and Bass.
    The River that runs thru the pass holds plenty of bass, and the lost brownie or two.

    Let me know when you in town.

    can give you some pointers.
    Now I an intrigued.

    Do we REALLY have Tench in SA ?

    If so, where did they come from ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herman Jooste View Post
    Now I an intrigued.

    Do we REALLY have Tench in SA ?

    If so, where did they come from ?
    Herman, we have all in good old S.A. Tenth, Stenth, Quenth.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herman Jooste View Post
    If so, where did they come from ?
    same place trout, bass, carp, bluegill, perch etc came form i guess ... people put them in! Some of the w.cape rivers have a good head of tench - i saw a fairly decent one come out of the breede.
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