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"I think that now Manchester has Cole & Yorke they have good chance this year to win in Champion League..." 

Speeding across Lake Kariba after a long hot day melting in the sun.

 

'The Smoke That Thunders'. And this is a low water conditions too. Hard to imagine what it's like in a flood.

 







I wonder how many Tigerfish live there lives out un-troubled down there?

And aerial view of the vastness of Lake Kariba - and this is just one little corner of it.

 



























Synchronised swimming for Elephants.

Another lump from the lake, and Steve gave birth to a litter of them shortly after this photo was taken.

 

And it laid on the deck of the boat making noises like a horse farting. Nice.

43lb Vundu catfish from Senyati Gorge on Lake Kariba, which for some reason ate a bar of soap!

 

And I bet I know where that lump of Hyacinth ends up.

 

And the red mud cliffs collapsed around our boat...

Grappling with a Monster.


















We weren't the only ones fishing...

 

Unhooking a small cat. Our guide wanted to take this for a meal, which he did. He slung it in the front of the boat, and the fish was still alive some 2 hours later, even though the temperatures were well over 40 degrees. Hardy little sods!



Steering clear of the choppers while unhooking another Tiger.

 

Steve cuddles a big Sharptooth Catfish 
from the Gorge.







Steveo frying nicely as we wait for a bite.

 
 

Another Tigerfish taken on a strip of Bream.

One of the hottest places I've ever been.

 
 

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