In early December we were back at the river near “Big Rock”, and that little footbridge over the Furth Stream. The bridge was fitted with a piece that stabilises the cable handrails, sandwiches the poles together, and provides a point to secure the fittings with a chain so that we don’t lose them in a flood one day.
We also visited the area that was cleared of brambles with brushcutters by Breandan Mc Kibbin and team at our “big rock day”, and started the process of spraying the regrowth, now that we can get in there and pick them off stem by stem. What a pleasure to be able to walk around now that the high bramble is gone…..thank you Breandan!
Our chemicals were supplied by the DEA , and labour, transport and spray equipment by the Natal Fly Fishers Club.