Fishing in Lesotho with Tourette Comes to an End

blog-Nov-25-2015-1-jeff-currier-fish-artI packed the rods last night so there would be no 5 AM temptation to fish the camp pool.  Instead me, Granny and the Tourette fishing guides sipped coffee and reminisced about our great four days all while I left my mark at the Makhangoa Community Fishing Camp.  I haven’t done art in weeks so I broke out my sharpies and drew the brown that got away on their refrigerator.

 

blog-Nov-25-2015-2-clarens-south-africaAt 8 AM we descended on the four hour drive back to civilization.  Granny and I dumped our stuff back at the Clarens Inn and Backpackers.  Tonight we’re staying next to the “Beehive” in the “Greenhouse”. Then we had a nice lunch in Clarens and after said our goodbyes to my great friends of Tourette.  I never know where I’ll fish with them next but it’s always incredible so I can’t wait.

 

blog-Nov-25-2015-3-clarens-breweryNot much went on this afternoon and evening for fun.  I’m so far behind on the blog that we settled into the Clarens Brewery and I typed away all afternoon.  This evening we had some Italian food at a restaurant called Mosaic Pizzeria.

 

In the morning we start our last leg of the trip.  My friends from FlyCastaway will be arriving to take Granny and I to the famous Sterkfontein Dam for a few days of stillwater yellowfishing.

 

We are so grateful for Tourette Fishing – Try Fight it in Africa for inviting us to join them on guides’ week in Lesotho.

 

Jeff Currier Global Fly Fishing

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