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Fishing Report

February 2017 Fishing Report

February 02, 2017

Proudly brought to you by Craig Smith from Hatch Fishing The weather has been the main talking point amongst anglers this season, with wild storms aplenty. High water in many of the backcountry rivers, and strong winds has made for limited choices at times. However, with the high rainfalls, the rivers have got good flows when fishable, unlike previous years when we have been in a drought situation by now. The weather patterns have also resulted in many waters not receiving much fishing pressure, which is a good thing. If you strike the conditions right, there have been some great days. We have been catching lower fish numbers than normal, but this has been more than made up for with...

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December 2016 Fishing Report

December 01, 2016

Proudly brought to you by Craig Smith from Hatch Fishing The opening of the season has been interesting with severe winds and high waters over much of the Southern Lakes area. This has meant many rivers have not been fished since opening, and may be out until mid December with too much water. This is not all bad, as we may avoid the drought conditions we experienced last year, with plenty of ground water about. Some rivers were nearly dry at Christmas, so let’s hope we have more angling choices this season. So far this season, flies that have been working are tending to be larger bead head nymphs in brighter colours to cope with the faster dirtier water we...

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