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    Hi all my name is ashley im 14 from christchurch I have a new youtube it would mean alot if you could please subscribe I have fushing vids and soon hunting vids herees a link to one of my vids please subscribe
    https://youtu.be/S-F1SJqK8TM
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    We done ASH123 neat vid. Welcome aboard.
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    Welcome Ash.
    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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    G'day Ashley

    Welcome to the best Hunting & Shooting forum on the Net.

    Awesome video.

    Reminded me of catching trout in the Otamauri stream when I was a youngster.

    Cheers
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    Cheers all please subscribe for more and share

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    @Ash123

    Why wont you eat the trout from that stream?

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    Urban rivers are not the cleanest after the earthquakes in parts the bottom is just liquifaction I would eat them from a high country lake like lake coloridge
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    Ashley

    Trout won't/can't live in polluted waters.

    They will be fine to eat, but good on you for catch and release .................. leave some for another day.

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    Cheers pete

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    @Ash123 Seen a old bloke today fishing that stretch of river . Didn't look right , Should be kept for young ones like yourself . Trout should be fat id say , as there been tons of whitebait for them to eat .
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    Yes I agree its nice for young ones and it is a safe river
    Any one done any salmon fshing yet ?

 

 

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