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Sporting Caddis.
Sun 19th August, 2012


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The big news has been the release of Tarawera trout into the Taupo fishery. It has already caused a lot of debate and anglers have voiced opinions both for and against it. Speaking as some one who emigrated from the U.K the Tongariro has always been a very special place to fish. The majority of rainbows in the United Kingdom are still found in stocked lakes and are usually sourced from commercial trout farms. Some of those fisheries also specialize in growing super-size rainbows and the current record stands at almost 37 pounds. When rainbows were originally introduced from North America many ...
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The Adams and Griffiths Gnat.
Tue 7th August, 2012


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This week a couple of classic dry flies that both have connections with one of America's top ten trout fishing destinations ... the state of Michigan. With over eleven thousand inland lakes someone once commented that " Michigan had so much water ... there was nowhere left to stand ". Even its name which is derived from the Chippewa Indian word " meicigama " translates as " great or big water ". This region of central North America borders four of the five Great Lakes that form a natural devide between the U.S.A and Canada and is a magnet for sport fishermen and commercial fishers alike. Accor ...
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