Raggies Fishing Tackle in Ramsgate and KZN South Coast fishing synopsis

For quite some time now, there is a cool almost new fishing tackle shop just off the main drag in Ramsgate, on the Kwazulu Natal South Coast. Raggies! Owner Roy is always there and willing to help with your fishing requirements. He is fishing mad too, but knows that fishing is much better at night and early bells, so he doesn’t mind making traces and helping customers all day long! Great plan I say!

The shop is filled with tackle for all sorts of fishing. And the countless accessories we all need. And bait is Roy’s passion, as with every angler. The Raggies bait fridge is full of all the right stuff, for all the right fish, through all the right seasons.

The KZN south coast is an anglers paradise really. There is just so much available down here. From the deep blue and warm Mozambique current that flows straight past us a few kilometres offshore, to the wild of the surf zone, and up into the peace of the estuaries. Even the bass fishing around here is world class.

So pop into Raggies and have a nice ole chat with Roy anytime, and let him steer you in the right direction fitted out with all the right gear, and of course, fresh bait.

Map to Raggies

Check out some of the hot spots on the beaches right there, a short walk from Roy’s shop!

You can stay in touch with Roy and Raggies on their Facebook Group at…


by The Sardine News

Raggies carry the KZN South Coast homegrown Mydo range of fishing lures and accessories. Made right in Port Shepstone, this brand has been catching fish and winning competitions for over three decades now.

Raggies sell the Luck Shot heavy duty jig heads. Baitswimmers and Couta traces. The SS Spoon range of highly effective stainless steel spoons. And Mydo Lure Pouches. Real handy packaging that you never throw away. Ever! SO handy. So reusable. Environmentally friendly? Well it’s a step in the right direction that’s for sure!

More about The Mydo at https://thesardine.co.za/mydo/



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