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Thread: Catch Any Trout Today?

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    This river is alive and has such bad media bullshit put on it. The last Nz flyfisher mag had a good article about the Manawatu River
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    I have PM'd the recipe to you Dundee. If you do use it then post a pic but guard the recipe with your life otherwise everyone will be living like a king and we just can't have that. Only joking mate, by all means share. It is only my venison marinade that I will leave to someone in my will.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    My experience is even small pools can hold 1/2 dozen trout all round the same size but also very often there is a big fish with them
    He'll generally be very cagey ,he hasn't got big by being stupid.I've taken 3 fish out of the head of a pool with out moving my feet & then picked up another 2 at the tail end of same pool . They also seem to be quite territorial & 1 good fish in a pool or run is common.
    The prime spots on the river are very popular & doesn't take long for another fish to move in.

    You want some plum sauce to go with that baked trout .
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    Thanks Rushy and Chris I'll stick too the watties
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    I'm not lucky when it comes to good trout but my brother is so here ya go, these are river fish, lake fishing is boring to me.

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    Nice fish
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    Couple of nice jacks ,those hens are good fish too .

    I wanna see more of them .
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    Good trout there Toby! Just had Neckshot out here on the river today.Good times
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    Thank's guys. The trout fishing used to be good, but it all changed after the commercial ellers came then it got pretty bad.
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    Thanks for that dundee water wasnt good for it like you say but it was good to travel 5 mins from my house and have a flick around with great company.Jakey wants to buy himself a rod like Daniel was using tonight with his b day money and wants to know when were going back down to the river with your selves.thanks again.

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    Anytime Neckshot Cleared up a bit today but that wind was bloody cold. Hour and a half down there tonight
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    aaarrrgh i was going to flick ya a tex then the neighbour asked if i wanted to go with him couldnt be rude!.flicked the oringi end no luck but good spots down there two mate.Weather was cracker for most of the day two and I was thinking the water will improve two

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    You guys fly fishing or spinners?
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    Chicken Intolerant.

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    Seeing these fotos makes me think I might have to review my lack of licence status...but vehicle upkeep comes first
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    ...le beau et le bon, cela rime avec Breton!...

    C'est plus facile de juger un juge que de juger un chien!!

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    Im spinning! dundee can do both ive never fished for trout so im just getting into it wanna learn to fly fish dundee is gonna school me up.
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