Witbank Dam

Witbank Dam, built in 1971, has the main purpose of supplying municipal and industrial water, but has grown into a fisherman’s paradise over the years. Its main water supply comes rom the Olifants River and it has a fairly sandy bottom.
The Witbank Dam is situated in Witbank and has a capacity of around 104 million cubic of water and has total surface of 1,211.2 hectares.
Next to the dam there is the Witbank Holiday Resort that caters for the whole family as well as the angler. It has a couple of chalets as well as camping and caravanning facilities, swimming pools, parks, mini golf and braai facilities. Fish here mostly get caught during the night. Please visit my source for more fishing info on this dam.





Fishing is beyond a trade; it is not just a means of livelihood for professionals; it is a way of life, a means of expressing one’s love for nature. Fishing’s got soul, that connection between the line, the hook, bait, fish, and fisherman; fishing is just great.

But finding the right bait to express this love can be a little tricky – especially with the hundreds of companies running adverts on baits here and there. So, why spend a fortune on baits that may not be ‘appealing’ or effective for fishing when I can spend just a few dollars and get incredible results?

The home-made boilies are just perfect for result-oriented fishing. Finding the right ingredient, mixing them well, and cooking to perfection brings out an irresistible aroma no fish can reject. I first got to understand this when I found that fishes can perceive smell – even deep inside the water. So, the right blend of dry dog food, crushed pineapple, soy flour, eggs, oil, and water would do the magic.

Mixing all these in a blender and boiling for a few minutesImage is as simple as ABC; air drying them for just two hours gives these fish food a hard feel capable of staying on the hook for a considerable length of time without dissolving. It is simple, straightforward, and a very affordable way of getting those fishes to your hook.

Carp bait method of finding fishes is even simpler than most people ever thought. A lot of us have been made to believe that fishing baits must be synthetic or bought from a store; that is not one hundred percent true. Simple homegrown sweetcorn is an unbelievably irresistible means of setting your hook to make that catch.

The texture, the taste, and the color of the corn all combine to make a fantastic bait. Carp fishing bait doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated in making; all one needs is just a little ingenuity. Another wonderful bait is the tiger nuts. These produce such a strong aroma that the fishes cannot resist. One single nut can attract a school of fish to your hook; so make sure you line is strong enough to pull out once it starts shaking.

If these options above doesn’t suit you, try some other methods. You can try something popular and very, very effective – hemp. Yes, hemp! Just as they get humans ‘high’ and hungry, they also have the tendency of producing very strong aromas that fishes love. Remember that there are a lot of leaves and shrubs in the river or lake; therefore, the fishes are used to seeing these things. But with the distinctive smell of hemp, it can produce amazing results in minutes. A handful of hemp in the lake, pond, or river would send them ‘gaga’ and very hungry; so any bait you set on the hook would surely bring in the ‘goods.’

If you have a passion for fishing as a hobby, or even professionally, these methods above can be really worth your while – especially because you don’t need to spend much to make them. So, get off the couch and go-a-fishing!

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