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Tzaneen Dam – Top spot for Carp fishing

Looking for the perfect Carp fishing spot? - What better place to cast your lines into, than the wild waters of the Tzaneen Dam, situated in the heart of the prolific sub- tropical region in South Africa, Tzaneen.
 
The dam was built in 1976 and was originally created to supply surrounding farmers with irrigation water. The Tzaneen dam has a capacity of 157, 291, 000 cubic meters of water and covers a surface area of 1, 163.6 hectares. The dam receives its water from both the Groot Letaba and Ramadiepa rivers.
 

Carp Fishing in the wild waters of Tzaneen

Looking for the perfect carp fishing spot? What better place to throw in the lines than in the heart of the tropical region in South Africa, the Tzaneen dam.
 
The dam was built in 1976 and was originally created to supply surrounding farmers with irrigation water. The Tzaneen dam has a capacity of 157 ,291 ,000 cubic meters of water and a surface area of 1 ,163.6 hectares. The dam receives its water from both the Groot Letaba and Ramadiepa rivers.
 

The Ostrich Boom - by Adri Odendaal

The main reason for Oudtshoorn’s quick fortune can be summed up in the unlikely form of the ostrich.
 
The huge flightless bird, indigenous to Africa, and ideally suited to the Karoo’s dry environment, produced magnificent feathers that had become extremely popular as high fashion accessories in Britian and Europe, especially when feather trimming for hats and boas. 
 

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