Destination Trout New Zealand

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Stackpole Books, Nov 30, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 175 pages
  • Detailed information on getting to each location, access to the water, the best times to fish, techniques and tactics
  • 12 of the best locations for New Zealand's world-famous trout fishing
  • Rangitata River, Rotorua Lakes District, Arnold and Grey Rivers, Tongariro River, and others

    Adam Clancey and Kent Fraser have been fishing the best trout spots in New Zealand for many years, and here they discuss a range of fly-fishing techniques in both rivers and stillwaters through the seasons. Detailed maps, information on how to get there, favorite flies, best times of year, local knowledge, tips on regulations, etiquette, and useful knots will ensure that your trip Down Under will be a memorable one.

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    Contents

    Acknowledgements
    Equipment and Apparel
    15
    North Island
    35
    Rotorua Lakes District
    43
    Mangatutu Stream
    55
    South Island
    109
    Arnold and Grey Rivers
    121
    Rangitata River
    135
    Ahuriri River
    145
    Wanaka Lakes District
    155
    Mataura River
    167
    References
    174
    Copyright

    Common terms and phrases

    Popular passages

    Page 175 - A Dictionary of Trout Flies and of Flies for Sea-Trout and Grayling.

    About the author (2006)

    Adam Clancey has always had a passion for angling, and he has been involved with the formation of fishing clubs and advising governing bodies.

    When he isn't fishing, Kent Fraser writes about fishing or films fishing. He has traveled to some of the wildest parts of New Zealand and the world in search of the ultimate fishing experience.

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