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Manuchi Dam, Zim

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I have identified a dam in Zim that needs a visit from us and want to know who would be interested in joining me in August 2008. You can look at the dam on Google Earth at 21 05 11 38 S 30 20 04 44 E. I was thinking of 21 to 26 August
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What sort of facilities does it have Rob? Accommodation... catering... boats for hire or take our own etc?
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#3
Rob, it has water full of bass and bream and it is surrounded by land. There are no facilities at all!
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At least you have a live well you can poo in just take a stick to break it up and then put the pump system to flush :blue-lol: :blue-lol: :blue-lol:
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It sounds fantastic.What a way to spend a week fishing in the bush with no one to shupa you.There is nothing to beat the bush,so what if you have to ruff it and if you are able to fish a dam like that where there is no pressure and your chances of having a few good days fishing are good then what the hell i am prpared to sacrifice the comforts i am used to especially if it is in the good company of BFSA members and a whole lot of beer.
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Sean Wrote:At least you have a live well you can poo in just take a stick to break it up and then put the pump system to flush

You are GROSS Seanie!
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I agree Robf!
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robdog Wrote:I have identified a dam in Zim that needs a visit from us and want to know who would be interested in joining me in August 2008. You can look at the dam on Google Earth at 21 05 11 38 S 30 20 04 44 E. I was thinking of 21 to 26 August

Rob normally I would jump at the chance but with your record of organising scouting trips, errrrr enough said. Why dont we try a tried and tested stretch of water?? What has happened to the metri trip you were going to organise for August??
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Mteri has become expensive and has a fair amount of fishing pressure. The same can be said for Nottingham estate. What about Kyle? I am not opposed to a tested and known dam but don't want to pay inflated prices.
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As far as tried and tested, from what I've heard, Manyuchi is one of Zim's better dams. Unfortunatey places like Mteri get hammered, but the remote location and lack of facilities saves a place like Manyuchi.
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