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Thread: Catch Any Trout Today?

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    My kind of Friday Night beers and fishing, plus a 4lb rainbow

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    2 hours hiking and fishing and I land the only fish at the first pool I started at.
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    And get to use my new scales
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    2 hours hiking and fishing and I land the only fish at the first pool I started at.
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    And get to use my new scales
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    Same thing happens when I go hunting, 2 hr walk and come back to the truck to find a bloody deer 20m from it
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    Jeez @Dundee gotta be more careful with ya scales mate..

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    Dundee Explain to me what the point of weighing the trout is. To me, "looks big enough for a feed" would be the only measure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    Same thing happens when I go hunting, 2 hr walk and come back to the truck to find a bloody deer 20m from it
    @223nut

    Last time this happened to me I walked into the Mackintosh hut in the Kaweka ....... 14 hrs and 11kms later I got back at the van completely Buggered and empty handed just after midnight.

    I then sat down next to the van to have a cuppa tea and got whistled at from the pines on the other side of the road from the car park, 30m away

    But that's hunting aye!

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    yep just the one trout this morning before the weather packed it in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Dundee Explain to me what the point of weighing the trout is. To me, "looks big enough for a feed" would be the only measure.
    The dinner plate measurement works for me,if it fills a plate keep it. I just weigh all the keepers. Another useless bit of information is the condition factor of trout you need both weight and length.
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    We had 18mils of rain so headed out this morning to a rising river.
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    Scrappy little bugger. River getting dirty an the weed is on the move.Will make fishing tough the next few days.
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    Took the younger one out to see if she likes fishing as much as she says. Looks like thats a tick. Ngaruroro is too full to fish so Tutaikuri was it. About as full as Id want it to fish. Picked up a few tiddlers on a Veltec and followed up with a nice 1.9kg jack on a Rainbow Trout Rapala CD5. Good fighter. No photos as kid wrangling was harder this time around.
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    First cast tonight in Jacobs pool
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    A couple more from Jacobs pool.
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    Didn't even have to cross tonight but I had the boots on that the Yankey gave me.Jacobs pool rocks!
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