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Fishing - Mpumalanga

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The Lowveld and Eastern Transvaal Escarpment has, by virtue of its many hospitable stretches of water and active private trout breeding industry, become the mecca for fly fishermen in South Africa.Indigenous to the chilly water of the northern hemisphere trout has, since the beginning of the century, become a happy immigrant to the rivers and lakes of southern Africa among other sub-equatorial territories.The high, cold waters provide a perfect habitat for the fish, and for anglers who have made the area their playground.While originally intended to provide this sporting fish for public angling enjoyment, the impressive Lydenburg fish breeding and research station now only propagates rare and endangered indigenous species.

A region of great contrast, you will find it all in Mpumalanga, from the industrialised West, cool mountain streams filled with rainbow trout around Dullstroom and sweltering African bush in the lowveld bordering the Kruger National Park and Mozambique.

Some of the bass fishing locations are included below :

Driekoppies Dam is a fairly new impoundment, contsruction started in 1993 and was completed in 2002. The dam, along with Maguga in Swaziland forms part of the Komati Basin Water Authority project, part of Driekoppies extends into Swaziland.The dam lies in the lowveld with year round warm weather, is close to the Kruger National Park, Malelane Gate, so you can combine your fishing trip with some Big 5 game viewing.

Heyshope Dam is a bass fishing destination with a great reputation. Located 30 km from Piet Retief, in the South Eastern corner of Mpumalanga, Heyshope is fairly large with a surface area of 50 square kilometres and a shoreline of 120 km.

Injaka Dam is a fairly new impoundent completed in 2002. Being a new dam there is still plenty of standing timber and boaters are advised to look out for floating logs which could be a hazard.

Loskop Dam, located between Middelburg and Groblersdal, approximately 190 km from Gauteng is a large impoundment with an exciting future for great bass fishing. The lake is not currently known as a bass fishing mecca but is becoming more and more popular as anglers explore and uncover it's hidden potential. The dam is approximately 30km long and supplies water to a vast irrigation scheme in the surrounding areas. Big bass are there, the angler just needs to work a bit harder to find them.

For many years, the excellent fishing in and around Lydenburg was a closely guarded secret. While most anglers enjoyed what surrounding towns such as Belfast, Machadodrop, Waterval Boven and Dullstroom had to offer, the few who cared to venture a little further, reaped the benefits of uncrowded fishing in the delightful rivers of Lydenburg.

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