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Renosterkop bassing

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After moving away from my beloved KZN I am settled in Pretoria and slowly starting to get back into my favourite sport: bass fishing. I visited Renosterkop, Mpumalanga with a few work friends the past few weekend. Arriving around 6:30am we start our bank fishing straight away, as I do not have a boat yet and crocs make it a little more difficult to use my kick boat.

Weightless Zoom ‘Junebug’ super flukes are the go-too colour and it delivered a few little green fooshies. A Zoom ‘South Africa Special’ super fluke, a colour I’ve never heard of or tried out, but also hit the spot nicely. The fish are a little smaller than the KZN beasts I’m use to catching, but any fish will do in tough conditions.

A tough day on the water beats a good day in the office…
Tight lines everyone
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#2
Welcome back stranger. Thanks for the report. Took you a while to get back into it... but it's great that you are.

Hope to see more reports from you soon.

Tight lines. :blue-cool:
Sometimes the fishing is so bad not even the liars catch anything!!!!
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#3
Welcome back geeeez!!! don't disappear for another century now!!!!

Thanks for the report back!
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#4
Aha, the Monday report backs are always exciting to read and this one being no exception. Well done.
That "other" colour fluke, is that the one in the second pic?
BIG FISH EAT LITTLE FISH....
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#5
Nice report back MissBFSA! Thanks for sharing.
Regards Robert Jacobs
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#6
Rip, as MissBFSA said... South African Special, saw it the other day in the shops... quite interesting... very similar to the talapia colour from BBB
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#7
I have used those flukes before in Doordekraal with good results.

Nice fish!
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#8
COTM!!!
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#9
well done Smile keep 'em coming
"At night when I go to sleep.... I count Bass instead of sheep!"
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#10
Been a few years. Good to have you back. :blue-cool:
The more I learn about fishing the more I realise
how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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Riprap Wrote:Aha, the Monday report backs are always exciting to read and this one being no exception. Well done.
That "other" colour fluke, is that the one in the second pic?

YES... thats the colour
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Crafty Wrote:well done Smile keep 'em coming

i should see if i can find some of my previous missBFSA pics and post them also... a couple years ago though... :blue-rolleyes:
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#13
You mean like this one...........from the archives.
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#14
Rob always had good reports.


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how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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#15
Welcome back!

It has been a while since you have been crowned Miss BFSA at the KZN social, 2007 if I'm not mistaking. BFSA never had another Miss BFSA so you are still the carrier of the crown. :blue-biggrin:

Ek is nog gereeld in kontak met jou pa. Hy bel my altyd vir tips voor n komp by Inanda.

Great fooshie! :blue-biggrin:
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