skip to Main Content

Watch Trailer

Krugers Gold

In Krugers Gold, Craig Thomassen is back in the Kruger National Park. After fishing the lower waters of the Sabie River, he's now taken upstream, close to the boundary of the park, where conditions are slightly different. The water is cooler and faster flowing, and home to a new range of species. So he uses small lures and spinners in an attempt to catch Tilapia, Bream and the large scaled Yellowfish, the river's hidden gold. His armed guard is never far away as there's always a chance of a predatory animal making an appearance.

To watch Krugers Gold now, just login or register

You might also like

Watch Outventurous A Yellowfish Journey which features South Africa’s longest river, the Orange River, so remote in places that it is only accessible by canoe. Inside Angling host Craig...
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...
Mahseer, the name given to a number of different carp species native to the Indian subcontinent and southern Asia. But these are no ordinary carp. Known to British anglers in the Raj as Indian Salmon,...
In Leaping Lunkers, Inside Angling host Craig Thomassen revisits Angola and teams up again with expert local guide Carlos Moran. This time they’re on the Kwanza River estuary, a beautiful...
The Mynera River Blue Tigerfish reputedly grow to over 20lbs, presumably because they are only found in remotest Tanzania and are very rarely fished for. The river flows through the Selous National...
I’m Lost
Host Charlie Moore visits his favourite local lake, but he’s not allowed to fish the “go to” spots, where he knows he will catch fish, he’s ‘lost’ in new water....
Feeling Blue
Charlie heads to Austin Texas to do a little fishing with Jeremy Furstenfeld, the drummer from Blue October. But after filling up on BBQ, Texas style, they find that downtown Austin doesn’t...


Rated 0 out of 5
0 out of 5 stars (based on 0 reviews)
Very good0%

There are no reviews yet. Be the first one to write one.

What Our Customers Say

Back To Top