Button Quail Nature Reserve


Posted on 23rd September 2010 by admin in Destinations

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Luxury tenting has become popular and more and more places are offering it, including Button Quail Nature Reserve, just 75km outside of Cape Town. Buttonquail shares a 5 km common boundary with the United Nations registered Kogelberg Biosphere. The Reserve was approved in 1998 and inaugurated at a ceremony on 16th April 1999.

The venue requires that you book a tent in order to fish, and offers a stream as well as a bigger dam, both of which have an assortment of fish, including rainbow trout. The fish are usually small, but one big ones have been pulled out of the big dam. You can find out more about the accommodation here.

How to get there:

No map available.

Cost: Requires accommodation
Fish: An interesting mix
Tackle: Fly fishing and spinning (Although, it is said that fly fishing is only permitted)
Rating: 3/5
Catch and Release: Yes

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