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Fishing Report

November 2016 Fishing Report

November 03, 2016

Proudly brought to you by Craig Smith from Hatch Fishing At last, the Backcountry waters around Wanaka open on November 1, with the other waters further North in the Central South Island opening on November 5. The weather forecast is for lovely calm settled weather right up to 7am on opening day and then it really turns to crap! Let's hope I'm wrong! Expect plenty of anglers to be out and about so make sure you remain polite and positive with any “encounters”! It is highly likely that you will be catching mainly rainbow trout over the opening weeks of the backcountry rivers. Please keep in mind these fish are still in “spawning” mode, and to release them carefully. They are...

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October 2016 Fishing Report

October 01, 2016

Proudly brought to you by Craig Smith from Hatch FishingThe rivers are all generally in excellent condition for the start of the season and flows are at a manageable level. Opening day saw a large number of anglers about and generally people seemed to be doing O.K. with some good numbers landed.  Nymphing was the most successful method, using a size 14 with a size 16 dropper. We saw the occasional fish taking dries, but not ours!  There are quite a few rainbows around and of the fish we landed, they accounted for 50%. The browns landed were in good condition but a bit smaller than in previous years for the same stretch of river. The weather looks to be...

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