Thread: Vaal River Update

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mielies View Post
    Wolwespruit very good spot for yellow fish. It always produces fish if the weather and water level ok. I'm going to try my luck next weekend there. Last trip there I had an encounter with a two meter snake near the river, scared the hell out of me.
    I checked it out on a map and it looks like a dry river?
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    What do you mean by dry river? It's the Vaal River that flows through Leeudoringstad and don't believe our Vaal River is dry yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mielies View Post
    What do you mean by dry river? It's the Vaal River that flows through Leeudoringstad and don't believe our Vaal River is dry yet.
    The post above ask if anyone had fished the Wolwespruit - which looks dry, certainly not the Vaal! Thank goodness thats still running.
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    wolwespruit is a nature reserve on the bank's of the vaal, close to Leeudoringstad.

    Nice water there, always worth going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firephish View Post
    wolwespruit is a nature reserve on the bank's of the vaal, close to Leeudoringstad.

    Nice water there, always worth going.
    Ah I see! I was looking for a river. Thanks for clearing it up.
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    Returning client John Greenland with friend and dad Wayne Knight and boys Luke & Gary had such a brilliant time on the water on Friday. Lot's of laughs and lots of fish! We ended on 44 fish what a season opener! Well done guys!
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    Successful afternoon with Rowan Black well done with your Largie bud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrit Viljoen View Post
    Successful afternoon with Rowan Black well done with your Largie bud!

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    Hehe, largies is baie maklik om te vang.....as hulle honger is! :tongue:

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    hehe most fish are easy to catch when they are hungry

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