Tiger fishing in Namibia

More information on tiger fishing in Namibia from professionals.
Herewith summary of recommended fishing tackle.
Conventional fishing:
Rapalas - Countdown, Super Shadrap 9 cm, Husky, Abwi Spoon, Fat raps & Floating magnums.
Spoon - Effzett.
Spinner Bait (this is good for catching Nembwe - similar to  bass).
Fly fishing:
For tiger fish:
Sinking & intermediate fly line with 100 - 120 yards backing.
Rod - 6/7 weight will suffice, a 8 weight would be better.
For African pike and bream:
Floating, sinking & intermediate line.
Rod - 3/4 weight.
Spinners - all "floating" Rapalas.
Line - Siglon, Spider wire and Abulon.
Flies:
Tiger fish - should be made with trace wire - apparently there are various "deceiver" patterns, the type is not important - but the colour is, currently, the orange, white and red are the most successful. Salmon flies, Big "Mickey Finn" patterns and Klauser Minnows - orange & white, red & white, blue & white are also successful. "Lefty" deceivers of various colour and "Crazy Charlies" with red heads and yellow bodies could also be used.
Flies from belly hair - "green poppers" with light green & yellow tail feathers are also recommended.
Bream - dry flies & nymphs & don't forget the " Bass Bugs!"
Trolling gear is available - guests are also welcome to bring their own.

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