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Kruger Tigers

In 'Kruger Tigers' Inside Angling series host Craig Thomassen gets a very rare opportunity to fish the rivers inside Kruger National Park. Invited by the park authorities to join them on a research trip, they start in the Sabie Gorge, where the river has split into a number of shallow runs producing plenty of small pools that look perfect for a popper or lure. The whole thing is made all the more exciting by the fact that there is plenty of wildlife that might make its presence known at any moment and so the rangers are on constant guard against any inquisitive hippo, lion or buffalo. The Tigerfish oblige and Craig enjoys one of the most amazing fishing experiences of his life.

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