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    Once braaied a Klipvis in some tinfoil and beer...Quite nice as well!
    Around the steel no tortur'd worm shall twine, No blood of living insect stain my line;
    Let me, less cruel, cast feather'd hook, With pliant rod athwart the pebbled brook,
    Silent along the mazy margin stray, And with fur-wrought fly delude the prey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herman Jooste View Post
    In Rhodesia whilst in the forces, a 7.62 copper jacketed "fly" caught a LS Yellow from the Sabi River in winter.
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    I think that the 7.62 fly can do some real damage, and it is realy hard to revive fish that you wish to release, but Kudu eat them as well , and I belive there are lots of "Fishers" that wouldn't mind drifting a couple in the direction of mr Robert M , if they had the opertunity...........
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    Came close to eating Balut, or the vietnames version of it at least, in May. COuldnt quite do it though but I doubt there's too many things more vile than that.
    Check your knots!

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    Yerssss....

    Requires guts of titanium to keep the plumbing from throwing a wobbly.
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    Broek snoek!!!! still the best I ever had.

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    Hope they were hen and not cock fish?

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    We had a braai today for some of the school ground staff who had a recent bad experience. They've been asking me for yonks for a couple of carp from our dam. We did the honours, but I didn't get a chance to leave the fish to 'cleanse' in my bathwater, vinegar or milk so the fish did taste/smell a tad like a combo oily-looking swampmud/Herman's socks after a heavy's heavy summer wading/swimming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chris williams View Post
    Hope they were hen and not cock fish?

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    We had a braai today for some of the school ground staff who had a recent bad experience. They've been asking me for yonks for a couple of carp from our dam. We did the honours, but I didn't get a chance to leave the fish to 'cleanse' in my bathwater, vinegar or milk so the fish did taste/smell a tad like a combo oily-looking swampmud/Herman's socks after a heavy's heavy summer wading/swimming.

    Should have soaked 'em socks in some Nigria Rum or Cobus' Wine....in a broken poitjie...
    Bubble, Bubble, Bubble and Squeak...I think this mixture is too weak!!!???" (Wrex Tarr)

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