With extreme weather conditions experienced throughout the KZN Coastline this past week, not many report have filtered through. Those that did brave the conditions were rewarded.
Hammerhead Sharks have kept the big gun anglers busy. Shad and other game fish have kept anglers content at Orange Rocks and Potholes.Some big Garrick have really been testing anglers tackle, with almost every live bait showing some sort of result. Uvongo and Port Shepstone have stepped up their game with Shad, Garrick and Kob being the order of the day.
The Umdoni and Sezela areas have seen plenty of Shad over the past week. However, live bait along this stretch is readily available, though not many Garrick have been taken here this year. Some big Blacktail, Karanteen and Silver Bream have been landed in these parts.
Splash Rock has come alive and is buzzing with activity. Those fishing at this hotspot have been getting their quota in record time and are then opting to target Bronze Bream successfully.
Sandspit in Port Shepstone has seen anglers reeling in some excellent Garrick catches. The Shad have been phenomenal here this past week with the locals really having a ball and catching their limit in record time.
Splash Rock and surrounding points have really turned on the heat with Shad and Garrick feeding through most of the week. Garrick are falling prey to live shad put out at any of these points.
Margate is also abuzz with Shad action on most days and a few Garrick have been landed from the new pier.
The management of KZNFishing would herein note and show appreciation to All who helped in any way to sponsor their time, effort and resources to make SMCD 2016 a huge success. It is always a daunting task to start preparations and planning for such an event and with the help of dedicated kznfishing members yet another event has made its mark in the St Monica’s Children’s hearts and minds.
Yes guys can you believe it's been a year since our last Beach Bash and the most anticipated event on KZNF's calendar is upon us again, St Monica's Children's Day.
Date : 9 July 2016
Venue : Ansteys Beach - South End Parking
Time : from 6.30 am for participating members
As all are aware this is very much a 100% member’s initiative, we strive to get as many members as possible to help out in any way possible. As much as financial support is appreciated, there some things that money just can’t buy. We will be needing members to mind the children for the duration of the day to help with fishing and all of the other activities planned and over the years we have found that this alone requires the dedicated attention of at least 30 members. This doesn’t take into account the hands needed to prepare food and other general assistance around a big event like this.
OK, the ball has been set in motion, let’s keep the momentum going. You are welcome and encouraged to get involved in any which way you wish. If you are keen to join this most deserving cause, please indicate on the lists that will follow how you would like to contribute.
Looking forward to seeing the BIGGEST crowd at a St Monica’s event yet!!!!