Chokka boats in Algoa Bay Fishing boats out in Algoa Bay and St Francis Bay are regular sights to residents and visitors of Port Elizabeth, Jeffrey's Bay and St Francis. These boats can often be seen taking shelter in the bays when bad weather is forecasted and at night it looks like a town out … Continue reading Chokka Boats and the source of calamari
A couple of guys fishing, or is it angling, at Humewood Beach.
Fishing off the rocks on the Wild Side near Willows
We've never been to the fish shops on the harbour to buy fresh fish but a Saturday or two ago, in search of finding something else to make for dinner than just the usual stuff, we decided to go and have a look. We landed up in Fisherman Fresh (throw a left as you enter … Continue reading Fresh fish on the PE Harbour
I'm not a fisherman not an angler. I just don't have the patience for it. What with a spot of ADD in the middle age now that I've been called middle aged on a public platform. But do you know the difference between an angler and a fisherman? Apparently fishermen actually catch fish while anglers … Continue reading Sunday afternoon fishing off the rocks
This guy stood out on the rocks at Willows fishing for ages. I would never be able to do that. Just don't have the patience for it.
It is Sunday the first of March. Flip, can you believe we're two months into 2015 already? Anyhow, I've spent my weekend at Welgelegen Camp on a Geocaching weekend away but not everybody is into caching. Some people spent their time on the beach while others headed out of town or tackled one of the … Continue reading Fishing at Maitland
A week or two ago we went for lunch at This is Eat at the Port Elizabeth harbor and I was watching a couple of fishermen fishing where the Baakens River (Mouth) and the harbor meets. Going back to the pre-1960's this whole area around the harbor was where the residents of the old South End … Continue reading Fishing in the Baakens Mouth
A lone fisherman on the rocks during a hazy dusk out on the Wildside at Willows
Today is National Heritage Day, an official public holiday instituted by the government for everybody in this Rainbow Nation to celebrate their own heritage. This day is also informally known as National Braai Day as a braai (barbecue) is an important part of most cultures in South Africa and thus closely linked to our collective heritages. And … Continue reading Fishing on Heritage Day