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    Default A few pics from my recent Lesotho trip

    Hi,
    Thought that I would share some pictures from a recent trip to Lesotho. The fishing was exceptional ! Mostly caught our fish on a variety of dry patterns. DDD was deadly.Well worth a return trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyatt View Post
    Hi,
    Thought that I would share some pictures from a recent trip to Lesotho. The fishing was exceptional ! Mostly caught our fish on a variety of dry patterns. DDD was deadly.Well worth a return trip.
    VERY nice. Care to share where in Lesotho?
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    Very very nice....well done.
    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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    Those are some very good fish for a smaller river. Also keen to get more info if you are willing to share.
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    Very nice! Lesotho is a special place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GGY View Post
    VERY nice. Care to share where in Lesotho?
    Looks like a recent Tourette pic - but not sure.
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    Looks fantastic, i would hazard a guess this is the Malibamatso upstream from katse, or maybe the Motete fork.

    I've been chatting to a guy who hiked from Katse up the Malibamatso to Oxbow, apparently some pretty epic yellow & trout fishing ... planning to do this myself later in the year
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    double check the fishing at Oxbow, before you do the trip. Dont trust the lodge, speak to people that did the actual fishing
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    no worries, i don't check the fishing with anyone, but i _do_ watch the 10 days weather forecast
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    Mario is spot on - a recently guided trip on the Bokong River with three mates. Weather was good with a little rain. I do believe a group that went in after us had some foul weather that presented a challenge during their stay.

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