Storms Doom Yellowfish Rivers

Thunder shook Lesotho all night.  Heaps of rain fell.  We all heard it and knew for sure all rivers would be chocolate colored mud in the morning.  We slept in then took it easy while Ryan weaved us a plan for fishing the dam (reservoir).   This dam is scenic...

Return to Flyfishing in Lesotho

Its amazing what a good night’s rest will do after being completely exhausted.  I awoke this morning feeling sharp and after coffee with the FlyCastaway team we drove about an hour from our cabin here in Lesotho to a river they fish twice a year.  Once again, despite...

A Month Long Journey Officially Begins

I arrived in South Africa yesterday on my way to hosting a Yellow Dog trip to the Seychelles.  I’m visiting my friends Gerhard Laubscher and Ryan Hammond that own FlyCastaway, the outfit that operates Farquhar.  We planned months ago to fish for largemouth...

Memories from South Africa and Lesotho

It’s the end of an absolutely special trip through South Africa and Lesotho.  Granny and I are presently somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean on one of the longest flights in the world – Johannesburg to Atlanta enroute home.  We left Sterkfontein Dam Sunday with Tim...

Fishing in Lesotho with Tourette Comes to an End

I 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...