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Crocs at Rust de Winter

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For those that think the crocs at Rust de Winter are made up stories to keep the people out the water, here is what I found last week. Along 1 bank there were 3 of these, this one we got within 3m to and it wasnt fussed which makes them extra dangeourous especially if you are walking the bank as you could basically step on it and then it is too late. This one was out in the open but could easily have been in 2ft of water hidden by the grass just waiting to take your leg off.

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#2
Oh ps look how far the water is down, normally the reeds at the back are fishable 8O
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#3
Thanks for the pic Rob, now can someone post a pic of the hippo/s at Rust de Winter
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I always knew that there are crocs at RDW, and I have waded along the bank between the bank anglers catching bass many times, but seeing a pic adds a new perspective to it. 8O
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#5
Oooo now there is zero doubt… now I need a pic like that shot at Inanda! ;-)
Regards Rob
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#6
no worm brigade at rust de winter? :lol:
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#7
I used to fish with my ballie at charters creeks [ lake st lucia ]
We used to go samon fishing at night. When we got back we would have to anchor the boat 30m from the shore , and walk through knee deep water with a tourch looking for croc eyes !
I still have nightmares 8O
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#8
Bliksum!!!! 8O 8O 8O 8O 8O

Wonder what happened to the 1 500 baby crocks that washed into Albert Falls some time back? 8O 8O
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#9
They are growing :lol: :lol:
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tolla Wrote:no worm brigade at rust de winter? :lol:

You will still see them walking along the banks with their wormies in september.
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#11
V lam, that is the hook & cook brigade who flock to RDW in thier hundreds. I have never seen one of the "pleeeeze one rubber worm" brigade at RDW.
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pomerob Wrote:V lam, that is the hook & cook brigade who flock to RDW in thier hundreds. I have never seen one of the "pleeeeze one rubber worm" brigade at RDW.

I know there is no "one rubber worm Brigade" at RDW, just did not know that they are called the hook and cook brigade !!

I was refering to the bank anglers walking up and down the bank with their wormies and putting the spawning bass in the keep nets.

See one always learn something new on the site... even if it is the name given to a certain group of people Big Grin
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#13
No pic but we saw a big Hippo at the weir and one guy fishing on the weir didn't even see the thing
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