The Zambezi River is famous for its Tiger fishing. This aggressive predator patrols the river in plentiful numbers giving the angler a very real chance of catching several every day. The diversity of the natural habitat during the length of this trip means that anglers can attempt most forms of angling, fly fishing, spinning, bait fishing and conventional tackle drifting. Due to this relatively unpopulated stretch of the Zambezi one can arguably say this is some of the best tiger fishing in the world. The average size mature fish will start at 5lbs going all the way through to our record fish of 21.5lbs.
Many other species are available to explore. The river offers prime Bream fishing which is known to many as possibly the best eating fish. Other species include Vundu, Barbel (catfish), Cornish Jack, Bottlenose, Parrot Fish, Chessa, Imbire and much many more.
Rods and terminal tackle are provided for anglers of any experience.