Fishing the Knysna Lagoon

Fish the Knysna lagoon with the locals. We can do a variety of trips ranging from serious fishing to a party and pissup. From 150bucks we can put together an individualized fishing trip to suit you (depending on location, weather, night or day, how long etc)…

We practice ‘ catch and release ‘ but if you do catch a monster that’s within legal size, you are welcome to slap it on the fire

Fishing permits are a must and available from the local post office @ R 52 (takes 10 mins).
The money (or most of it) gets put back into the environment.

FISHING IN KNYSNA WITH JAN – Contact Rick Keegan 0798484208

Lake Pleasant

This freshwater lake East of Sedgefield, trapped between the high , forested, dune on the south, and the N2 on the North, is part of the network of lakes and lagoons along the South Cape Coast. It is also known as Groenvlei, due to the green aspect of the water, which is possibly due to the reflection of the forestation on the Southern shore.
This shallow lake is home to some extraordinary Bass which attracted some really fierce fishing competitions in the late 1990’s. The best prizes being boats and outboard motors, so you can imagine the intensity of the competitions.
The 5 star accommodation provided by the Lake Pleasant Resort, on the South shore, is one of the most tranquil resorts to be found on the Garden Route. A delightful meal, or even coffee and cake, on the deck overlooking the lake, is a unique experience. But for the more down to earth, frugal, earthy types, the caravan park, on the West shore, offers excellent value for money.
It’s an easy, beautiful, drive from Lake Pleasant to Knysna, Wildreness, or even to Plettenburg Bay or George, and the Saturday market at Sedgefield that offers delights like chocolate croissants, organic fruit and vegetables, and a wide variety of hand crafted art, is a must see for any visitor.

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