INTRINSIC LOVE FOR FISHING

GOING WHERE EVER THE FISHING MAY TAKE ME  MAKING MEMORIES ON THE WAY, SHARING MY PASSION, ALWAYS LOOKING FOR THE NEXT BIG ONE!!

 

 

I’ve always had a love for fishing. It started from the young age of two when I used to follow my Dad around at Willdale Quarry watching him fish, absorbing as much as I could, well trying to. I was only two at the time so sure there was a lot of playing. Probably some tantrums as well. But that’s the earliest memory I have of fishing seeing Large Mouth Bass swimming in the quarry, our local species’ of fish the hard fighting Robustus, or Nembwe. I learnt to fish at Willdale I broke my first two rods at Willdale and I caught my first ever Bass at Willdale with a black and red worm. From that moment I knew my life had changed. Fishing as a hobby and as a sport has given me so much from holding junior records to winning at a competitive level in Zimbabwe.

 

 

We at Mad Zimbo Angler are about trying to give back from the experiences we have experienced. To share with you. “Yes, you” all about fishing. It doesn’t matter if you are novice or Pro we are always learning. Fishing is for ever changing. methods are constantly evolving. Click on the blog we are constantly updating it with articles and videos. Like us on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. But most importantly to have fun fishing, cause that’s what it’s about…

 

 

 

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY AND FISHING.

 

 

When I first started fishing we didn’t have the technology we have today most of my pictures are in my memory bank up in my brain. That’s why we have decided to add a gallery page to the website so that all the new memories are shared with you. Please enjoy them as we had fun in them…

 

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RECONNECTING WITH NATURE

 

 

Let’s face it – living in the modern world has its advantages and stresses. Sometimes we need to step away from the daily grind of life, and just unplug from it for a bit and refind ourselves. Reconnecting with nature is one of the greatest ways to be able to do that.

I have found that when things start getting a bit overwhelming, a simple fishing trip even if it’s a bad day fishing, it’s far better than a good day in the office.

 

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