"I think that now
Manchester has Cole & Yorke they have good chance this year to win in Champion
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?
aerial view of the vastness of Lake Kariba - and this is
just one little corner of it.
Synchronised swimming for Elephants.
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
I bet I know where that lump of Hyacinth ends up.
the red mud cliffs collapsed around our boat...
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!
clear of the choppers while unhooking another Tiger.
cuddles a big Sharptooth Catfish
pictures and words are copyright of Andy Pearson (unless otherwise stated) and
should not be reproduced in any form without prior written permission (charges
may apply). Thanks very much.
For any problems, comments or questions regarding
this website please contact email@example.com it
would make my day to hear from someone.