In conversation with Tourette Fishing’s Keith Clover – the evolution from fly-fishing guide to desk jockey. And back again… I first met Keith in July of 2006. The trip was a recce mission to suss the possibilities of running it as one of Tourette’s offerings. The plan was fairly simple: Use an inflatable raft to […]
Instead of a daily report I’ll post little snapshots of awesome moments exploring this incredible place with Stu Harley, Nicola Vitali and Johan Brits. Some might involve fish, others climbs or stories told by others. Ill also do posts based around flies. Why they worked, the theory behind colour and movement (many a thanks owed […]
The Tourette Fishing guides (and I know that the head guide, Mark Murray, was mostly behind the camera – nice work Mark;) put together this lovely summary of the past season’s Red Sea fly fishing action, enjoy…
Text by Thomas Andrews (photos by Thomas Andrews and Tourette Fishing) I’ve been fascinated by African tigerfish for most of my angling life, even though I live half a world away in Australia. I don’t remember where I first learned about them, but it was many years ago and once I’d discovered them I wanted to […]
A message from Rob Scott came via email: “We have two last minute spots on the Nubian Flats if any of you guys want to go?” I was chewing my nails behind the computer. I knew I was walking a tightrope with time. Short-notice invitations come with a discount, but they get snatched up…I couldn’t […]
Tourette has just got back from a Sudanese season. It seems that between dodging cyclones the guys managed to get a few Triggers. I looooove those fish and any trigger is a treat! Enjoy this short teaser!
Lesotho, Lesotho, Lesotho…How much more can we talk about the fishing in that country? I say: “Plenty more!”; because it is so damn good – as in best in the world? I really believe that the river fishing is unmatched in South Africa (and on a par with the best in the world), but read […]
Right now, I’m somewhere close to here… The Tourette camps are more central and south to our location and although we won’t get the yellowfish, the scenery will be similar. Hope you’re not too jealous!