Anglers take on tigerfish in Tanzania in a new video from African Waters.
From African Waters:
“Welcome to Dhala and Samaki Camps, the ultimate destination for fly fishing enthusiasts seeking the thrill of trophy tigerfish in Tanzania’s stunning wilderness. Located within the sprawling 700,000-hectare private KNS concession, these camps provide an unrivalled opportunity to experience the pinnacle of tiger fly fishing.
Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the Mnyera and Ruhudji Rivers as they flow through untouched landscapes. With exclusive access limited to just 8 rods over 100 kilometers of pristine water, you’ll have ample room to cast your fly and test your skills against these ferocious freshwater predators.
Our expertly trained and passionate fishing guides will accompany you every step of the way, ensuring an unforgettable angling adventure. With a cutting-edge fishery management plan and year-round anti-poaching efforts, the Mnyera and Ruhudji Rivers continue to produce remarkable trophy tigerfish, making it a dream destination for fly fishing enthusiasts.
Experience the warm hospitality and friendly atmosphere of our intimate tented camps, where miles of untouched wilderness surround you. From the moment you arrive, our dedicated staff will cater to your needs, ensuring your stay is comfortable and memorable.
To get a taste of the incredible experiences that await you at Dhala and Samaki Camps, be sure to explore our captivating camp and fish photos on our website. See the impressive catches, the breathtaking landscapes, and the joyous moments shared by our guests.”
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