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    Quote Originally Posted by Umhlangarox View Post
    You also need to be very careful what you comment on the CPS Facebook page, cause if Admin don't like it they block you from the page.

    A very MATURE way to handle things. . . .
    The link is not to the CPS Facebook Page. All comments + or - are welcome as long as they are inoffensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzLiteBeer View Post
    The link is not to the CPS Facebook Page. All comments + or - are welcome as long as they are unoffensive.
    I know, wasn't offensive but was prob a bit to close to home for the Admins
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    Default Cape Stream litter cleanup 2014

    CPS LIMIETBERG RESERVE LITTER CLEANUP 2014. The next litter cleanup exercise on Smalblaar beat 6 and Elands Pad beat 1 is on the 29th of March 2014. Meet at 8am at SB6 parking and start at 8:30am, Finish by 10pm. All interested parties (martyrs) can PM me and/or list their names on Cape Piscatorial Society River Rangers. Please note that these beats will be "closed" on this date to allow the activity to take place. You will need refuse bags, a bucket for broken glass, garden gloves and loads of enthusiasm. There will be a mystery prize for the most used diapers collected. All refuse collected must be taken with you for responsible disposal.
    Please PM or Contact: garnet.princeATgmail.com or visit http://www.facebook.com/CapePiscator...tyRiverRangers. We will then move on to the Du Kloof Flyfishing Expo at the Hotel for drinks.
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    NB!!THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO ANOTHER CLEANUP EVENT HAPPENING ON THE 31st of MARCH. FEEL FREE TO ATTEND IF YOU CAN MAKE IT. TIMES WILL BE THE SAME. WPFFA is organising the cleanup on behalf of the CPS. Contact Korrie Broos for more info. korrieATcaneworld.co.za
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    Hi Jack! .
    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzLiteBeer View Post
    NB!!THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO ANOTHER CLEANUP EVENT HAPPENING ON THE 31st of MARCH. FEEL FREE TO ATTEND IF YOU CAN MAKE IT. TIMES WILL BE THE SAME. WPFFA is organising the cleanup on behalf of the CPS. Contact Korrie Broos for more info. korrieATcaneworld.co.za
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    Craig

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    WPFFA in association with the youth fly fishers, have an initiative to clean up the affected beats.
    With this there will be educational talks about the Clean drinking water, e-coli, entomology, littering etc.

    Should any person be interested to join us, let me know.
    Korrie
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    A BIG thank you to the kids of Tafelberg High for their Litter cleanup effort on the Smalblaar in the Limietberg Reserve on Monday 31-03-2014 and to Tuffy Black bags for their support! - via Ryan Weaver. Organised by Douglas Romanes, Korrie Broos and the Western Province Fly Fishing Association on behalf of the CPS.

    Pic by Ryan Weaver.
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    This was a truly team effort.
    Douglas did an outstanding job.
    He collected sponsored juice from SIR JUICE at 06:00 the morning.
    Went back to the school to collect the kids and controlled the kids the whole day.
    there were food parcels for the kids.
    a talk by Ryan Weaver on Aquaculture
    Molopong Aquaculture for their help in the clean-up process.
    Western Cape Goverment for their assistance.

    At least, the transport beat, Smalblaar 6 and Elandspad beat is cleared of all the rubbish left by the December hoiday makers and weekend day trippers.
    With the floods coming soon, the rubbish wont end up in the dams downstream or the ocean at the end of the river's journey.

    A BIG THANK YOU MUST GO TO THE KIDS OF TAFELBERG SCHOOL.
    THESE KIDS HAVE BEEN AMAZING OVER THE LAST COUPLE OF SEASONS.
    THEY HAVE ALWAYS BEEN WILLING TO HELP OUT AS CONTROLLERS AT THE FLY FISHING TOURNAMENTS THAT HAVE BEEN HELD IN THE CAPE.
    AND NOW CLEANING UP THE RIVERS!
    A HUGE THUMBS UP TO THEM
    Last edited by Korrie; 02-04-14 at 09:28 AM.
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    Default WPFFA, BFFA and CPS Combined Elandpad/Smalblaar River Clean Up 2017



    WPFFA, BFFA and CPS Combined Elandpad/Smalblaar River Clean Up 2017
    Sunday, March 12 at 8 AM - 11 AM

    Your Province and the CPS needs your helping hands.
    After the festive season the litter on our beloved prestige streams is atrocious and if we wish to continue to enjoy our fishing and the beautiful surroundings minus the bottles, plastic, etc. , then we need you for an hour or two on the day above.
    Meet at the EP Parking area as the worst parts are SB6 and EP1 and down at SB3 (Weir) at 08:00. The provinces will provide you with refuse bags, which after filled we return to the parking area. I will arrange with Deon Rossouw from Cape Nature to collect from the parking lot.
    I sincerely hope to see as many of you there as possible “Many hands make light Work!” - Oom Louis
    So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish.

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