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#1
Having no option but to use my inflatable... I am thinking of going to Bass Lake (Pretoria).
Has anyone been there lately?
How easy is it to fish there from an inflatable?
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#2
Its very small..... i dont think you can, maybe....

Zebra lodge is next door, their dam is bigger....

hope it helps

Chris
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#3
what about bass lake (south of jhb) Someone told me it's about R700 for 2 people to fish there one day? Bit rough considering I'm not sure if I will ever catch a bass!
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#4
Hi it is near Henley-on-klip. According to their website it is R100 per day to fish. Plus R100 gate entry fee.

For more info.
http://blog.floattubes.co.za/index.php/b...e-gauteng/

And

http://www.basslake.co.za

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#5
Thank you. I had a look. It seems that the R700 that I was told about includes the deposit. I see that they are closed from today through to 2 January.

Think I will arrange for next year.
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#6
If you are in JHB, try Murray park.

I drove past there the other day and stopped and saw 2 bass in the shallows.
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#7
How did you get in there? I was there about three weeks back. Gate was lock with two security guards at he gate. I asked them to go in to have a look but they refused.
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#8
Basslake :R 300 deposit,R100 entry, R100 fishing fee, must book a week I ahead.

Fishing from the bank is only alowed during the week and boats only on weekends.


The deposit and booking is only required if u want to go on the weekend.
peace,love and bassing.
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#9
I find that price very steep!!! :blue-rolleyes:
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#10
Spud Wrote:I find that price very steep!!! :blue-rolleyes:

[Image: DSC02113.JPG]

this is what bass lake holds

still to steep??? lol
Here fishy, fishy, fishy here fishy.
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#11
Andrew please check you images size before posting. Resize to something like 800x600....it takes forever to load on slow internet links or on a cell phone.
Regards Robert Jacobs
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