Welcome To Tanzanian Tigerfish Adventures
Robert Ardrey (1961) wrote in the introduction of his book “African Genesis”: “The home of our fathers was that African highlands reaching north from the Cape to the lakes of the Nile. Here we came about –slowly, ever so slowly– on a sky-swept savannah glowing with menace.”
Theodore Roosevelt (1910) wrote in his book “African Game Trails”: “But there are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy and its charm.
There is delight in the hardy life of the open, in long rides rifle in hand, in the thrill of the fight with dangerous game.
Apart from this yet mingled with it, is the strong attraction of the silent places, of the large tropical moons, and the splendour of the new stars; where the wanderer sees the awful glory of sunrise and sunset in the wide waste spaces of the earth, unworn of man, and changed only by the slow changes of the ages, through time everlasting.”
Africa has a magic and a few places exist that are truly “wild”. One such area is the renowned Selous Game reserve.
This reserve is named after the well-known Frederick Courtenay Selous, big game hunter and soldier who was killed in battle during the First World War in Tanzania on January 4th 1917.
Tanzanian Tiger Fish Adventures has a concession for fishing of 200km on the Kilombero and Ruaha rivers in the Selous game reserve and also on offer is big-game hunting for buffalo and other species.
Large tiger fish occur in these rivers and numerous happy clients have enjoyed fishing these rivers in the pristine environment in the presence of numerous game and lush riverine forest and savannah vegetation.
Other fish species such as vundu, tilapia and rhino fish assist to make your safari a complete and memorable one.