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    Hello, i'm just back from a wonderful stay at sekoma island lodge.
    Great management, staff, infrastructure, food... everything was perfect!
    So does the fishing, i caught my first tigers and i think i did really well!
    I was only on fly fishing.
    Lifetime momories!P5170040.jpgP5100021.jpgP5150033.jpgP5150034.jpg

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    Great stuff man! Nice fish that!!
    Fly fishing, fly tying & rod building.....

    http://www.flytalk.co.za/forum/album.php?u=2531

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    Nice going, well done!
    ".....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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    WOW

    what re the rates more or less Kemp?

    looks like a dream destination indeed

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    hi, it's about 1990 R per person per night, full board, guides, laundry, mineral water...
    Transfer from and to livingston 800R.Top quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kemp14 View Post
    hi, it's about 1990 R per person per night, full board, guides, laundry, mineral water...
    Transfer from and to livingston 800R.Top quality.
    Thats not a bad price. Is it possible to book at Sekoma as an individual, or must you be part of a group to get that rate?
    If that includes individual boated guiding for a full day, it's a bargain.
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    Yes absolutely, i was by my own and the prizes didn't change.I was alone with my own guide the entire 10days,you are 2 flyfishermen per boat max.

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    I'm leaving tomorrow morning via Kasane short road trip instead of the 1 or 2 hours from Livingston.
    What flies worked for you?
    Pieter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pistolpeet View Post
    I'm leaving tomorrow morning via Kasane short road trip instead of the 1 or 2 hours from Livingston.
    What flies worked for you?
    I hope you are travelling in one of the vehicles from the lodge. If you are in private transport, you wait in line at the pont, behind all the trucks and taxi's...not fun. Can be several hours.
    Disclaimer.... none of my posts are intended to be "expert advice"..just opinions from someone who is willing to help where he can.

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    Lodge is coming to pick us up.

    Our last trip to Sekoma we also travelled to Kasane.
    Pieter

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