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Fishing Report

April 2017 Fishing Report

March 28, 2017

Proudly brought to you by Craig Smith from Hatch Fishing With the weather settling down nicely, Autumn fishing through April looks to be on track.  Browns are starting to pair up, with territorial behaviour noticed over the last couple of weeks. They should start to move towards the mouths of the larger rivers over the next few weeks. This has already started happening, with very few browns being found cruising the lake edges where we usually go to target them. We found large numbers of browns around a river mouth in a howling Nor’West earlier this week. They were patrolling the mud flats and weed beds, and small bully imitations “ambushing” fish accounted for over a dozen nice fish. In...

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March 2017 Fishing Report

March 02, 2017

Proudly brought to you by Craig Smith from Hatch Fishing The big news is that the weather seems to be settling down, with light winds and clear medium to low flows in most backcountry rivers. This has allowed fish to move up from the lakes and take up residence in stable water that had previously been subjected to huge flow changes. Trout are actively feeding on cicadas in the backcountry, and willow grubs and other terrestrials such as blowflies in the lowland rivers. There is also some bully fishing on the mudflats around the lake edges, along with cicada fishing over drop offs in tree lined areas around the southern lakes. The high country lakes are all fishing well with...

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