Fishing Reports

Monday 5th July 2021

Highly Fishable

Fine and sunny start to the morning with low flog that will burn off by 10:00am.  A VERY good frost this morning.  It was -3.4 degrees celcius at 5:30am this morning. No wind as of 10:00am.  The Tongariro is clear and in a highly fishable condition.

The last few days have seen anglers enjoying the fishing with ( MOST ) having caught something or ( SEEN ) something getting caught.  There seems to have been a complete flip around from a few weeks ago when lots of anglers were wetlining to them now mostly nymphing. However, the wetliners that are still wetlining have been pulling out some cracker fish.

Biggest complaint at the moment …. ” Too many bloody anglers around ” .

Little birdies have told me the Delta has been fishing pretty good for some 😉

Boating reports have indicated Harling method.

Most reports through the shop today indicate green caddis and hare and coppers working for the nymphers and the wetline guys have been slaying it.

(Above & Below) A VERY FROSTY and foggy start to the morning here in Turangi this morning.  I took this picture on my 3 minute commute on foot to work.

(Below) Jack Frost on the loose dirt.

(Below) The sun trying its hardest to break through the fog.  It would have been chilly down on the river this morning. My outside thermometer was registering -0.2 degrees celcius at 9:00pm last night. I’m not sure about you lot but as I get older I can’t wait for this Globe to warm even more.  I’m looking forward to planting Pineapples, Mangoes and Banana trees in my back yard! Also with extra heat, Arthur Itis should also make a disappearance.


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