2019 Rules
Bag limit: All fish that are not released are to be weighed and paid for. 
Fishing Hours: From first light till last light
Fish Taken: Fish taken R 220 per kilogram
Barbless flies: Must be used at all times. Fish hooked in the gills or gut are deemed damaged. Fish damaged should be killed. If you intend returning fish, haul them in as soon as possible to avoid exhaustion. To facilitate recovery hold them upright facing upstream until they swim off. Do not allow them to remain upside down. Even ‘apparently’ dying fish recover given time. Hands must be wet before and during handling to prevent ‘burning.’ Do not drop fish flat on their sides as they ‘wind’ this way.
Fish Cleaning: Cleaning of Fish is R 35 per fish. Should you choose to clean fish caught, please dispose of the entrails into a plastic bag before disposing into dustbins 
Fishing records: Ensure that all fish killed are weighed uncleaned and details are completed in at the office on leaving. This assists in restocking programmes. 
Stocking: Fish are stocked by local hatcheries about 4-6 times per annum, depending on weather conditions and the season.
Courtesies: Normal courtesies and etiquette should be observed such as not encroaching on a pool or run if someone is fishing. One may be stalking a fish or have a plan to move in a particular direction- give the fisherman a wide berth.
Tuition: Clinics can be arranged at an extra cost. R90 per person per hour with a local guide who will teach the basics: casting, releasing fish, flies etc
Equipment hire: Rods with reels and nets at R120  per day (R180 for weekend). A limited range of flies can be purchased at R18 per fly.
Equipment Breakage: Equipment hired from the lodge that gets damaged or lost must be paid for.
Children under 12: To be supervised by an adult at all times.

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