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YWG December 2022 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

We had only just circulated the November 2022 newsletter (http://www.fosaf.org.za/read-YWG-169.php.) when important news came in from Craig Hill regarding the illegal netting of yellows in Sterkfontein Dam’s two feeder streams which has escalated sharply in recent years. There is little chance that the provincial authorities or the police will be able to control this and if we want to ensure that Sterkies remains a premier yellowfishing venue it is up civil society to take responsibility. Craig has shouldered much of the cost and action recently and below is an article we received from him:

 

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YWG November 2022 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Apologies for the months of silence but news has been hard to come by and there have been other pressing issues to attend to.

In the meantime, here is a news update.

 

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YWG June 2022 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Herewith the latest news:

 

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YWG April 2022 Newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Herewith the latest news:

 

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YWG February 2022 newsletter

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Herewith the latest news:

 

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YWG December 2021 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Herewith the latest news:

 

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YWG October 2021 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Herewith the latest news:

 

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YWG July 2021 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Herewith the latest news:

 

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YWG April 2021 newsletter

Dear YWG supporter,

Here is the latest news from the YWG team.

 

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YWG February 2021 newsletter

February 2021

 Dear YWG supporter,

If you are an ardent yellowfisher whose favourite destinations lie in the Orange/Vaal system or most of the summer rainfall area you have probably stored your rods away and await for the flood waters to subside. That is unless you are lucky enough to get to Sterkfontein Dam or the Bokong River above Katse.

So, in the meantime here is the latest news from the YWG team.

 

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