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Thread: Yellowfish - Proudly South African

  1. #231
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    Did a quick Sterkies trip 28 -29 Dec 2012. Wind pumped on our first day, full moon, making conditions real tough and our second day was perfect being fairly productive with some good fish being caught. We were asked from Freestate Nature to remove all bass we caught from the dam and even gave us a bucket for them. Inetrestingly enough we even caught a nice blue gill but Freestsate Nature also require them to be removed but this guy was released.
    Beatles did the trick for me and stealthy sight fishing in the scum lines was what makes me want to back there over and over again
    And it is such an amazing beautiful haven.......IMG01325-20121228-0854.jpgIMG01326-20121228-0949.jpgnew pics 124.jpgnew pics 125.jpgnew pics 126.jpgnew pics 127.jpgnew pics 128.jpgSANY0229.jpgSANY0233.jpgSANY0234.jpgSANY0240.jpgSANY0241.jpgSANY0242.jpgSANY0243.jpgSANY0244.jpgSANY0245.jpgSANY0247.jpg
    ".....angling is a sport that requires as much enthusiasm as poetry, as much patience as mathematics and as much caution as housbreaking". - James Rennie 1883

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    Lieflike fotos.
    "Hierdie drol het baie vlieŽ" - Ago 2014.

  3. #233
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    Dankie
    ".....angling is a sport that requires as much enthusiasm as poetry, as much patience as mathematics and as much caution as housbreaking". - James Rennie 1883

  4. #234
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    Lightbulb Mulberry trees

    I have read your ideas on bait and patterns for catching yellows. Awesome articles thanks guys.

    I recently went down a strip of mulberry trees on the Vaal and saw the most amazing thing happen! As soon as the ripe mulberries fell into the water, both largemouths as well as barbel rose up and took them!!!!! What an awesome phenomenon.

    I then realised that if i bind a mulberry pattern to present under these trees, fishing might become exciting. Although the season has just started for the mulberries to start developing its colours and to become ripe until it falls off, I realised that it is not necessary "yellow season" but rather mulberry season. Try it out, I had, and things are really exciting.

    Wherever you travel alongside the banks, look for these trees and present your patterns there. It is almost a guarantee.

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