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Klipvoor Dam



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Klipvoor Dam is a dam on the Pienaars River, near Brits, North West, South Africa. It was established in 1970.

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Latitude -25.1336° S 25.1336° S 25° 8' 0.96" -25° 8.016'
Longitude 27.8149° E 27.8149° E 27° 48' 53.64" 27° 48.894'
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North West
South Africa
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On 12 Sep 2011 Mark said:
This past weekend, 09/09/2011 to 11/09/2011, I decided to go to Klipvoor dam in Borakolalo Game Park. Oh my soul, what a disappointment for me and the family. I have always said that the expence was worth the pleasure of good fishing results and abundance of game. Not this time. We did not hear any game nor the Hippo's, we did not even see the once abundant Fish Eagle. As for the fishing and the water, only the Water fowl and Egyptian geese were active. The entire dam is contaminated with green algae to the point where at the water edge it has formed a blue crust of decaying organic matter and fish The stench was very strong when the breeze did not carry it away. We and all of the other fishing parties did not managed a single hint of fish activity. In my opinion, this Dam and Game park has now deteriorated to the point were, I shall never return to, and will expect in future it to become " a Once Was" place of interest.
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