Rhodes is situated in the remote part of the Southern Drakensberg, South Africa, and is considered to be the principal wild trout destination of the country. The Rhodes area has more than 9 different, pristine streams and rivers to fish and explore with access possible to more than 200km of river frontage. The area also boasts a number of still waters that are either stocked or have wild, breeding trout. Some of these still waters are situated above 2400m above sea level and can produce trophy fish of…
Location: Rhodes, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Ask your guide:
- For a guided day fishing to trout on dry fly and/or nymphs on pristine rivers and streams
- To fish for both yellowfish and trout in the lower river reaches in summer
- To take you to a still water for a chance to hook a trophy trout of 6 to 10 lbs
- A checklist for the days fishing
Experience fly fishing in one of the most spectacular regions of Southern Africa!