Bass fishing at Mearns Dam, South Africa (Nov 2018) – Station House Waterside Getaway

Bass fishing at Mearns Dam, South Africa (Nov 2018) – Station House Waterside Getaway


– What kind of wood is this? – African black ebony. – African black ebony? – Yes. So you need the best. Not to say that you are old but for the future
you need a plan. (laughing) – So we made it to Station House
Waterside Getaway for the second time. Last time we had such fun and a lot of success. And we’re hoping to go one step furth… We’re hoping to have even more fun and catch
even more fitch… And we’re hoping to have even more… (laughing) And this time we’re hoping to do even better. (laughing) We’re hoping to have even more
fun and catch even more fish this time. What do you think? – I think… we will. (laughing) – That’s… – I think we’re gonna have great success. – That was profound. That was awesome. Thank you for your input. – Gonna kick ass. – All those speech classes are really paying
off. (laughing) – What’s for lunch? – I don’t know what do you want? – Uhm, steak, egg and chips. – How about a hotdog? – Ok. Rosetta Hotel. The local. And now for our new segment ‘Linky’s Top Tips’. – Today at Mearns Dam we have found that the twin-tail watermelon red (grub) has been working the best. We’ve had plain and then we’ve dipped some
of them in chartreuse garlic Dip & Glow which has also worked quite well. We caught a couple of monsters on these. – Ok, next to each other. – Before. After. Not that bright anymore. – Cool – So, top tip for Mearns Dam.

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