Book Review: Karibu Kenya Guide

I’ve been waiting for this book since February 1981 when I first walked down the steps at Jomo Kenyatta airport […]

Fly Fishing in the Gulf

If you are travelling to the Gulf, there are opportunities to fly fish for trophy fish if you know where […]

The Ragati River Conservancy – Updated!

Some 8 km of alpine rivers in a 8,000 ha Conservancy with mature montane forests, alpine meadows, glades and moorlands […]

Fantastic prizes to be won at the KASA draw

We have had a great response to our request for prizes for the KASA raffle on 6th April 2013. Please […]

Go North

There is an opinion circulating in this Club that there are no fish in the Northern or Gichuki Rivers. This […]

Southern landslide

I have just returned from the Southern. Work is continuing on redistribution of the landslide debris but the water pipe […]

The heat, the dust, the flies

What do a 15th century English noblewoman, animal feathers, a rugby accident and a runaway modern leisure industry have to do with Kenya? The answer is flies. No not that […]

Age-old debate over whether fish feel pain

It is a debate that has raged for years. But now Britain’s four million anglers can rest easy – because […]

Captain Andy’s, Nairobi, has moved!

Captain Andy’s has moved from Lenana Forest Centre to the Bush Rover complex on Karen Road. Anthony is still managing […]