MacNab

This has been a top producing Trout water for over a decade and has recently been added to the WildFly management portfolio. Situated on the picturesque InverMooi farm, with luxury accommodation and the full range of family activities, it is the ideal fly fishing getaway. Often slightly off colour, which helps mask your presence, this water has consistently performed with both Brown and Rainbow Trout. Largest to date is a 62cm Rainbow and of the many hot spots, the left hand bank facing the inlet is a solid bet.

Altitude

 

1540m

Hecterage

 

6.7ha

Biggest Fish Caught

 

62cm

Sourveldt top

This massive dam supports the needs of a working dairy farm and has a concrete wall that retains the water volume and prevents the Bass invading from the dam below. It’s vast area makes it difficult to recommend any particular hot spot, although the reed beds along the pump house and corner at the far end of the dam wall have delivered some worthy specimens. Largest Trout on record is measured at 58cm.

Altitude


1502m

Area


17ha

Biggest Fish Caught


58cm

Malachite

Located just below MacNab and above the majestic Mooi river (the finest Brown Trout river in South Africa), which also runs through this beautiful farm, the fishing is only surpassed by the birdlife and scenery. Jetties and casting decks make for good casting points, but using the boats onsite or fishing from your float tube is the best bet to cover this big body of water. The largest fish to be recently recorded measured a solid 58cm.

Altitude

 


1538m

Hecterage

 


6.7ha

Biggest Fish Caught

 


66cm

African Shelduck

This irrigation dam is kept full from it’s wonderful mountain catchment and it has one of the longest dam walls relative to it’s surface area. It has for many years produced phenomenal Trout fishing, with both Brown and Rainbow consistently being caught. It has the benefit of two catchment inlets, both being productive and the submerged island / bank in the middle of the dam being an area that Trout frequent. Top fish recorded is a 64cm Rainbow.

Altitude

 


1522m

Hecterage

 


8.8ha

Biggest Fish Caught

 


66cm

Plover

The first of our Kamberg dams is a club water that also offers some luxurious accommodation in Sandstone Cottage, with stunning views of this valley. It is exceptionally well stocked and was the top producing WildFly Trout water in 2016. With a high mineral content in this water, it provides the fish with ample cover from which to grow and attack your fly. Largest fish recorded is a Rainbow of 57cm.

Altitude

 


1491m

Hecterage

 


3.6ha

Biggest Fish Caught

 


57cm

Search Waters

MacNab

Sandpiper

African Shelduck

Elands

Lochwood

Plover

Rifle Range

Sourveldt Top

Stagstones

Avon

Brown

Dalcrue

Dwaleni

Epsom

Excelsior

Fish Eagle

Loch Bess

Oakbrook

Reedbuck

Spring Grove Farm

FEATURED WATERS

Stagstones

Area: 6.4ha | Depth: 7m | Altitude: 1478m

Access: Club Waters

One of the most secluded Trout waters in the Kamberg Valley, that also overlooks the Hlatikulu. The water is clean enough to mix with a fine single malt and it has some very well appointed weed beds surrounding the edges and inlet. The privacy of this club water makes for an authentic fly fishing experience and the population of ferral Trout will keep you coming back. Largest fish caught has been a 60cm Rainbow Hen.

Sourveldt Top

Area: 17ha | Depth: 7m | Altitude: 1502m

Access: Club Waters

This massive dam supports the needs of a working dairy farm and has a concrete wall that retains the water volume and prevents the Bass invading from the dam below. It’s vast area makes it difficult to recommend any particular hot spot, although the reed beds along the pump house and corner at the far end of the dam wall have delivered some worthy specimens. Largest Trout on record is measured at 58cm.

Lochwood

Area: 3.2ha | Depth: 8m | Altitude: 1498m

Access: Club Waters

A WildFly club water that has won the largest fish competition twice and has recorded more 10lb Trout than any other water under our management. Despite the high rod pressure that it sustains, this gin clear dam is famous for behemoth fish chasing down any surface action. Incredible water quality has the fish come right into the shallows at the windmill or on the spillway / mountain bankside. 70cm is the benchmark.

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For anything that you need in the realm of fishing, please give us a call and one of our experienced guides will be on hand to help.

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