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Mike Pitt, UHTFC secretary says that after a week of daily rain storms the Umzimkulu is a raging torrent and with more rain expected this coming week he does not expect the river to be fishable for some time. The club also has access to a 2km stretch of the Ngwangwane and is negotiating for an additional stretch on this stream which is more likely to be fishable in the rainy periods. However, the best bet at the moment is the upper Pholela at the Cobham Reserve which apparently looking very good...

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Trout - Southern Drakensberg

FEDERATION OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN FLYFISHERS

In 1985/1986, a group of flyfishers in the Eastern and Western Cape became very concerned about developments in the sport of flyfishing in the then Cape Province. It was clear that the Cape Department of Nature Conservation wanted to deregulate the Trout Fishing Ordinance but no consultation or discussion was held with flyfishing clubs or individuals. Concerned flyfishers met and the Federation of Southern African Flyfishers (FOSAF) was formed on 1 March 1986 at the Eagles Ridge Hotel, Stutterheim.

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As a federation FOSAF is interested in the wellbeing of all facets of fly fishing in the country. Guiding is no exception. We have added this section to our website to provide guidance to those of you who would like to take up guiding or guide training at a professional level.

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Development & Youth

As a federation FOSAF is interested in the wellbeing of all facets of fly fishing in the country. Guiding is no exception. We have added this section to our website to provide guidance to those of you who would like to take up guiding or guide training at a professional level.

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Flyfishing Reports

FOSAF encourages fly fishing for almost all fishes but focuses primarily on Trout, Yellowfish and Saltwater species. Our correspondents in key flyfishing areas in the country submit monthly reports on angling conditions for these groups of fishes.

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Environmental Issues

FOSAF is concerned about the rampant pollution of our waterways as well as the legislation that government has introduced, or which is under consideration. FOSAF is either taking action directly or has joined forces with environmental NGO's and like-minded bodies to counter these threats to your fishing.

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Latest News

As is the case with the environmental issues and legislation which affects your fishing FOSAF endeavours to keep you appraised and up to date with all the news pertaining to our sport.

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