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 Posted: Tue Sep 16th, 2008 12:48 pm
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Hooch
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Location: Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Posts: 1425
Equipment: Daiwa All the way
Best Catch: 179 kg Raggie ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: St Lucia,Stabel, Chidenguele, Moz
Boat: Not for me
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Im looking to spend a week in Mazeppa at the end of Jan 2009. Im looking for self catering accomodation that two people could live in comfortably. I do not what to stay in any HOTELS nor GUESTHOUSES. Any contact details or web adresses would be highly appreciated. Tight Lines.::S

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 Posted: Tue Sep 16th, 2008 02:39 pm
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Sidd
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Joined: Tue Mar 6th, 2007
Location: Joburg, South Africa
Posts: 690
Equipment: lots of stuff .... and still not enough
Best Catch: nothing to shout about
Favorite Fishing Spot: Hluleka Nature Reserve; Mazeppa Bay; Zambezi river
Boat: Hunter ski
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If it's just 2 people then the hotel is your best bet.... The other places take a min of 6-8 people.

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 Posted: Tue Sep 16th, 2008 04:21 pm
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Koeks
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Joined: Tue Jul 31st, 2007
Location: East London, South Africa
Posts: 698
Equipment: *
Best Catch: Grey 126kg, Raggie 211kg, Blackfin 89kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: Mazeppa, Fish Point, Duckpond
Boat: *
Club: Western Wall AC
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I agree with sidd for two people it will work out cheaper to stay in the hotel

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 Posted: Tue Sep 16th, 2008 04:30 pm
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Hooch
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Location: Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa
Posts: 1425
Equipment: Daiwa All the way
Best Catch: 179 kg Raggie ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: St Lucia,Stabel, Chidenguele, Moz
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To stay at Mazeppa Bay Hotel for 7 days it will work out to R380pppn. Total cost R5320 for two people. That is exc fuel etc. Then i would rather drive to Moz and spend R5000 on everything. Fuel, acc, food etc. Its starting to look like its just not woth it, or am i missing something?

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 Posted: Tue Sep 16th, 2008 07:04 pm
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Sidd
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Location: Joburg, South Africa
Posts: 690
Equipment: lots of stuff .... and still not enough
Best Catch: nothing to shout about
Favorite Fishing Spot: Hluleka Nature Reserve; Mazeppa Bay; Zambezi river
Boat: Hunter ski
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In that case Moz would be cheaper but I must admit Mazeppa is one step closer to paradise. If I could I'd move there...

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 Posted: Tue Feb 10th, 2009 06:43 pm
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Brand
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Joined: Mon Sep 3rd, 2007
Location: PMB, South Africa
Posts: 323
Equipment: A Full Mix, Mainly Bazooka & Daiwa
Best Catch: Grey 136Kg, Zambo 121Kg, Duckbill - 73Kg, Raggie - 130Kg, ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: Transkei
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Does no one know of any cheap accommodation at Mazeppa? Normally in the Transkei we hire cottages for R200/night and it sleeps 14 people!

I don't mind extremely RUSTIC!!!!!!

Please can someone PM me some contacts!


Thanks.

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 Posted: Thu Feb 12th, 2009 12:20 pm
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tuna
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Location: George, South Africa
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Equipment: Double x line. Berkley braid,Colgate Dental floss for windon leader ...
Best Catch: Double x line. Berkley braid,Colgate Dental floss for windon leader ...Bronze of 413kg, Raggie 486kg, Spotty 40kg,Tigerfish 44.5kg Groot kurper ...
Favorite Fishing Spot: Namibia and Robberg point, visdammetjie by die huis
Boat: no boat!... got a lilo at home
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Stay at the Coffee schack in Coffie bay, it's a backpackers and the rondawels are away from main complex, i has got double beds and there;s 3 , there's also a family one thats a bit bigger
Look them up on the web, hope you get a place, also very good grub in the evening, me and Thea stays there twice a year

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 Posted: Tue Jul 14th, 2009 01:55 pm
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jacquesfish
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Location: Pretoria, South Africa
Posts: 31
Equipment: G/w 50SLH G/w 40SLH Saltist 50B/ Marlin G3 Shimano110HExxage1468
Best Catch: Raggie 105kg
Favorite Fishing Spot: Transkei Mazeppa, Namibia
Boat: 1675 Swift 2x60 bigfoot mercs ...
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Sidd,

 

where are the other places, do you know of any?

 

 

Jacques

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 Posted: Tue Jul 14th, 2009 03:19 pm
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mz
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Equipment: freshwater: 2 x 10ft okuma rods, orlando & phoenix centre-pin ...
Best Catch: carp, 17.5kg, Vaal River
Favorite Fishing Spot: Vaal & Orange Rivers, Bloemhof Dam, Mazeppa Bay
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And dress warm, coz, the forecast for when you driving through Bfn is -4!

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