The Mohaka River originates in the Kaimanawa Forest Park and flows to the sea between Napier and Wairoa, it is formed by the headwater tributaries, Oamaru, Kaipo and Taharua which join near Poronui Station, with endless kilometres of fishable water.
Both rainbow and brown trout are present, the abundance of spawning tributaries in the upper reaches creates ideal areas for producing lots of wild trout the river is famous for. the trout are generally in excellent condition and some very large specimens are present.
Fishing Season: Above the Mangatainoka confluence, 1 Oct-30 April. Below this confluence, but excluding all tributaries, the river is open for fishing all year.
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