Captain Andy’s has moved from Lenana Forest Centre to the Bush Rover complex on Karen Road. Anthony is still managing the shop and happy to help and order anything that isn’t on the shelves.

David Jessett ( sent a message using the contact form at Your web site has made me nostalgic! – I was a member in the 1970s to 1983, and hugely enjoyed fishing the two rivers. I was interested in the plea for more to fish The Northern. Initially I preferred The Southern, but more latterly […]

The Conservancy encompasses untouched afro-montane forest, alpine meadows and valleys. It is located within the Mt Kenya Forest Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site of some 200,000 ha famous for its wildlife, mountain peaks and pristine rivers. Conservancy management is looking for up to 6 investors to develop the following activities:

Last night I was reading an article by John Sampson, in the 15th Nov issue of Shooting Times, regarding Ewart Scot Grogan’s stocking of Kenya’s rivers with trout in the early 1900s. There is a mention of the Kenya Fly Fishers Club and this caught my attention as, my late father was W G Dyson, […]

Part One – Nairobi to Amritsar via Delhi, Jaipur and Agra Day One, which sort of became Day Two, started with a flight to Delhi via Dubai. Dubai airport is quite odd in that it never sleeps, so at 4 in the morning you can go and buy expensive handbags or, as we did, delight […]

At midday I touched down at Seattle airport, a little light-headed after 20 hours flying from Nairobi, via Dubai. The immigration officer asked me what brought me to Washington state. Fish, I replied. He loomed me up and down. “Plenty of those around,” he said, and stamped my passport without further questions. The girl at […]

This was a four-day recce to check out fishing conditions in three rivers known to have trout (both rainbow and brown) in them, the Web, the Shaya, and the Tegona. They were stocked as far back as the 1970s, with populations now breeding naturally, and still an abundance of fine wild river trout.   Best […]