The Wildfly team head into the Kalahari Desert for a fly fishing trip down the Orange River which at 2200km makes it the longest river in South Africa. They'll be canoeing downstream for 4 days and looking for likely spots to target Largemouth and Smallmouth Yellowfish using a variety of styles from Czech Nymphing, to Long Line Nymphing and Streamer fishing. They're fishing a stretch of river below Augrabies Falls and guide Terry Babich hooks into something substantial early on giving him a powerful fight before it breaks him off in the rocks. But there's always more chances on this amazing river and especially with Largemouth Yellowfish that are opportunistic feeders, often hitting the lure within a few seconds of it hitting the water. Moving downstream again, Terry tries some Czech Nymphing catching a nice Smallmouth before catching a hard fighting Mud Fish or 'Muddy'. If you want to catch Yellowfish, the fly fishing on the Orange River is world class and Terry shows us exactly how its done..
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