Although the lake has suffered in recent years from unregulated fishing Nile Perch remains the top predator. The number of large specimens has dropped dramatically, however a good fight can still be had using lighter tackle and targeting fish between 5 and 10kgs. Casting closer to shore or using bait can produce great sport on spinning gear for various species of Tilapia (some growing as large as 6kgs) and the occasional Barbel. We have a twin engine fibreglass hull with canopy perfect to get you quickly and comfortably to where the fish are. Our crew are all passionate, highly trained and have a vast knowledge of the sport as well as an encyclopaedia of anecdotes to keep you entertained and informed. We are also in the early stages of creating a no fishing zone and breeding area in front of the camp to get the numbers of large Tilapia up. Every morning and evening beside the Jetty offers a great opportunity for fly fishermen to target rising Tilapia feeding on lake flies, we have also had great success using a mixture of flour and water with small barbless hooks. We promote catch and release though one Perch, providing it is over 5kgs, may be kept for the pot and Barbequed under the fig trees for dinner by our expert local chefs. We have all the relevant safety gear and fishing gear required although please feel free to bring and tackle of your own.