Overhydrated stomatocytosis is a rare autosomal dominant disorder known to cause variably severe haemolytic anaemia due to heterozygous mutations in the RHAG gene. We report a 26-year-old man with recurring jaundice, splenohepatomegaly and mild chronic haemolytic anaemia with significant stomatocytosis. Extensive haemolytic work-up including flow cytometry for eosin-5′-maleimide and CD47 expression levels was carried out. Targeted resequencing revealed two probably causative heterozygous mutations in RHAG (Leu336Ser and Ile149Met) and one heterozygous mutation in ANK1 (Glu1046Lys). RHAG involvement was confirmed by decreased RhAG macrocomplex component indicated by the reduced CD47 expression on erythrocytes. In silico analysis concordantly flagged RHAG:Leu336Ser and ANK1:Glu1046Lys as likely deleterious mutation, whereas RHAG:Ile149Met was reported as likely neutral by PROVEAN. Family screening by Sanger sequencing revealed RHAG:Leu336Ser in a mother and ANK1:Glu1046Lys in a father who were both asymptomatic, excluding them as causative dominant events, thus establishing RHAG:Ile149Met, novel de novo mutation as probably causative. This case illustrates the importance of family screening in interpreting next-generation sequencing (NGS) data, as in silico analysis alone can be misleading. Erudite generation of diagnostic possibilities based on a thorough baseline clinical and laboratory work-up remains as important as ever, even as NGS brings about a paradigm shift in the diagnostic work-up of rare haemolytic anaemias.