|Trev with 2 good Snoek and some dart Couta just after Newyear.|
If you do get Couta they are usually small, and it can be frustrating as the conditions are usually very good.
As you get into the new year the spearfishing gets better, the Couta although generally small start showing up in numbers. The tell tale signs are the local ski-boaters taking over the campsite for the late January - February run.
|Local Spearfisherman Koos Jordaan with 13kg Kakaap just before Christmas|
|Koos's Newyear 20kg Chanos Chanos (Giant Milkfish)|
For some it will be back to the 'grind stone' ....damn that sucks!
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