The Nor-Vise: Now in SA

 

  • A Unique Rotary Vise
  • Multiple Jaw Options
  • A Bobbin that stays where you stop it - See it to believe it
  • Dubbing Brush Table
  • Gallows Attachment
  • Tie Flies faster and easier
  • Precision ball bearing and heavy brass hubs - for the smoothest rotations

Advertise your Venue

 

Be seen by the Southern African Fishing Community

  • Advertise you Venue
  • Give customers detailed info about fishing
  • Let customers contact you directly via e-mail
  • Showcase your venue with pictures - 1pic = 1000 words
  • Give details about what you offer

Weather at your finger tips

 

What does the weather hold in for us:

  • Flow
  • Wind
  • UV
  • Fishing success
  • Moon
  • Temp.

Conservation and Research

Conservation is not an optional extra.
It is what generation rely on.

Many museums are a sad monument to the failure of the human race,
to protect, guard and steward our natural resources.

Through Research we can learn and discover what is truly necessary,
to ensure not only the survival, but the thriving of our species.

Yellowfish are under huge pressure due to many factors,
like pollution. If fish die, due to pollution it is a screaming siren to warn us,
that our life sustaining water is killing us.

Help us to empower researchers and conservationists by giving information.
Small acts like picking up papers by the rivers are making a difference.

Yellowfish Working Group

From Waterwheel Magazine The Water Wheel is a magazine aimed at improving general public understanding of science and technology. The Water Wheel has been in publication since 2002 with material being sourced from outside the WRC....

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Yellowfish movement behaviour

We have all asked ourselves - Do Yellowfish stay in one place, do they move around - how far do they move around upstream and downstream. Findings related to the above questions were recently published in a research paper entilted: "Habitat preferences and movement of...

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Yellowfish Conservation

http://yellowsonfly.blogspot.com/ The Yellowfishes of Southern Africa (Labeobarbus spp.) and the mudfishes will probably spawn when the river rises due to rain or because of artificial flow management that stimulates spawning through increased flow. These species...

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Sustainable Yellowfishing

The Yellowfish Working Group has issued a pamphlet on sustainable Yellowfishing. I have created a printable poster that can be downloaded either as a pamphlet or to be framed by venues which can be downloaded Click here for the high resolution downloadable version....

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Multidisciplinary investigation of differentiation and potential hybridisation between two yellowfish species labeobarbus kimberleyensis and l. Aeneus from the orange-vaal system

What is the extent of variation within and between L. aeneus and L. kimberleyensis based on morphology, allozymes and mtDNA? Is there any evidence to indicate hybridisation between the two Orange River yellowfishes? Are there differences between populations of the...

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Largescale Yellowfish 2

Largescale Yellowfish Labeobarbus marequensis Lowveld Largescale Yellowfish Shortsnout Chiselmouth Max length:          40.0 cm – 65cm Record Size:        5,75 kg Crocodile Riber 6,00 kg Pongholo River The largest recorded weighed 10 Kg. This was caught in 1980 by...

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Largescale Yellowfish

Largescale Yellowfish Labeobarbus marequensis Lowveld Largescale Yellowfish Shortsnout Chiselmouth Max length: 40.0 cm – 65cm Record Size: 5,75 kg Crocodile Riber 6,00 kg Pongholo River The largest recorded weighed 10 Kg. This was caught in 1980 by Casper Dercksen at...

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