Aitutaki: World renowned for trophy Bonefish – By Tony Hildesheim Winters can be enjoyable, Taupo river trout fishing, snow skiing, kids Saturday sport, relaxing by the fire red wine in hand. But on the other hand it sucks, cold, wet, short days and iced up rod guides on the Tongariro. So when the opportunity came for me to spend a …
Hawkes Bay with Tony Hildesheim – Rewards of guiding The expressions on these guys faces says it all, they are stocked.. over the moon even.. on cloud nine.. and why wouldn’t they be, this is one of Roberts first trout on fly rod and the day before was he’s first ever trout on fly. Good on him, he took the …
At the end are the rainbows by Hugh Creasy
Didymo (Didymosphenia geminata) is an invasive freshwater valgae which is present in some South Island rivers in New Zealand. Didymo is most likely to be spread by humans moving items between waterways.
Healthy Wetlands, Healthy People World Wetlands Day 2008
Becoming an Outdoor Woman (BOW) in NZ is an enjoyable, non-competitive introduction to the skills of clay target shooting and trout fly-fishing.
Bay of Plenty Report
31 October 2007
Friday, 28 September 2007, Press Release: nzfishing.com
Prospects of a mild spring are great news for anglers eagerly awaiting the 1 October start to the new trout fishing season.
The Crown today signed a new deed of settlement with the Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board regarding Lake Taupō.