Lesotho – Flyfishing
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Lesotho – Flyfishing

We are pleased to be able to offer a yellowfish experience like no other. This is dry fly and sight fishing of the highest quality. Yellow fishing as it was millennia ago. We have identified and set up mobile infrastructure on Three Rivers which give our guests the ideal platform from which to experience some of the finest yellow fishing available in Southern Africa, as well as immerse themselves in the magic that is the Lesotho highlands and her people.

 

Sight fishing to yellowfish on remote rivers in the highlands of Lesotho is without question the pinnacle of fly fishing for most anglers. The Three Rivers are unspoiled and only fished by a handful or hardcore, dedicated, and well informed fly fisherman each year. The fishing is technical and rewarding.

 

We endeavor to fish dry flies as much as possible, with the yellowfish in the Three Rivers showing a great affinity for terrestrials. Early morning and late evening hatches of caddis and mayflies are not uncommon, as well as some very heavy flying ant hatches. Standard nymphing techniques are also very productive. Guests can expect to be kept busy each day fishing to sighted fish or drifting flies through likely looking lies. A comprehensive list of suggested flies and tackle will be sent to all guests prior to the trip.

Season: Mid November to mid March

Trip Duration: 3 or 5 night options with custom length trips available upon request

Group Size: 2 to 4 rods with larger groups available upon request

Angling Species: Small mouth yellowfish (primarily) and trout. All fishing is strictly catch and release fly fishing.

Accommodations:
Anglers will be accommodated at mobile fly fishing camps.