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Wednesday, 4 April 2012

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On Tuesday the Italian leprechaun and I drove to Loteni Nature Reserve in the Southern Drakensberg. It's only 120km, (+- 70 miles) from home but it took us about 3 hours. One of the reasons for taking so long was because we stopped after every other bend or rise in the road to ooh & ah at the stunning scenery and to take photos. The main reason for going was to fish for wild brown trout in the truly magnificent Loteni river. 


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Photo by Enrico Bucceri, a.k.a the Italian leprechaun.


Note the concentration as I watch my dry fly floating down a riffle. I never realised I stuck my tongue out when I'm concentrating so intensely.


Will have more posts on this trip in the next few days. I hope to find a map online to show you the route to, and the location of the Loteni Nature Reserve.

1 comment:

Shoreman said...

You need to get you some waders. They'll keep you feet dry.

Mark