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New 40kg Record Wahoo!

The SA and All African record for a Wahoo is 36kg caught in 1984.  This monster of 40,05kg was caught off the coast of Umkomaas on a live bonnie by Theo van Vuuren, Yamaha SA head of after sales. He was fishing with Mark de la Hey off his boat Fish Face.

New 40kg Record Wahoo!

The SA and All African record for a Wahoo is 36kg caught in 1984.  This monster of 40,05kg was caught off the coast of Umkomaas on a live bonnie by Theo van Vuuren, Yamaha SA head of after sales. He was fishing with Mark de la Hey off his boat Fish Face.


SARDINE MIGRATION

Regularly every June, year after year without fail, immense shoals of small richly-flavoured fish that are called Sardines have migrated along the hundred-and-twenty miles of the Natal coast between the Umtamvuna River and Durban. They are not Sardines at all, though scientists formerly thought that they were and named them Sardina sagax. It is now established that they are Pilchards, the same species as are found on the west coast of South Africa, where a canning and refrigerating industry worth millions of pounds annually has been established.

SARDINE MIGRATION

Regularly every June, year after year without fail, immense shoals of small richly-flavoured fish that are called Sardines have migrated along the hundred-and-twenty miles of the Natal coast between the Umtamvuna River and Durban. They are not Sardines at all, though scientists formerly thought that they were and named them Sardina sagax. It is now established that they are Pilchards, the same species as are found on the west coast of South Africa, where a canning and refrigerating industry worth millions of pounds annually has been established.

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