Archive for September, 2008

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 30th of September 2008

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September 30, 2008 /

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Hey All, Well yesterday was fantastic fun and certainly has given me the confidence to guide successfully on the Whanganui. All the pools had trout in them and there were some excellent fish amongst them. The water was very low and clear to my surprise and although this made the crossing easier in general, the […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 29th of September 2008

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September 29, 2008 /

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Hey All, Well a very hard weekend on all the Taupo rivers by everyone who I have spoken to. We need a little of the wet and windy stuff to make these spawning Trout move again, (if they are there to move). The Rain we were supposed to have received fell well short and Sunday […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 27th of September 2008

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September 27, 2008 /

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Hey All, Well a mixed bag out there for fisherman at the moment, if you are prepared to be innovative and maybe move around you will have some great fishing. If you choose to do the same thing all day and not catch fish…….well, you won’t catch fish! A friend of mine came by the […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 25th of September 2008

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September 25, 2008 /

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Hey All I was up early and onto the Waitahanui with Mark from America and Wellington Steve. I needed some footage of Mark with his Czech Nymphing technique and thought that Reids would be a perfect spot for him. We fished the lower section first and put a few down one of which was a […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 24th of September 2008

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September 24, 2008 /

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Hey All, This Hinemaiaia report is dedicated to Chris Hall, (Fluff Chucker) who is stuck over in Australia for a few more months and has only these reports to keep him sane. Well Chris I haven’t put the hard yards into the Hine this season as it has been in flood way too much and […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 23rd of September 2008

Shane French /

September 23, 2008 /

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Hey All, Plenty of fish in all the Taupo rivers today. The Waitahanui is full of them and the rip has been fishing very well. A client staying at the lodge fished the rip until 8.15 this morning slaying them from 7.30 onwards. He bought home two very nice Jacks around the 4.5 pound mark. […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 20th of September 2008

Shane French /

September 20, 2008 /

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Hey All Firstly thank you to all the forum members who have helped with my question I asked of you, much appreciated and all your points have been taken on board. I was a little under the weather yesterday so didn’t get out and have resorted to reports from my angling friends today. The Tonagriro […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 18th of September 2008

Shane French /

September 18, 2008 /

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Hey All If you are a forum member I would really appreciate your oppinion on a suggestion that has been put forward on the forum site, please!!! Thank you Geoff Fishie I knew I could count on you dude. The Waitahanui has been fishing well over the past few weeks and I am getting some […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 17th of September 2008

Shane French /

September 17, 2008 /

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Hey All I took Bill from Putararu  out yesterday morning for a half day, We picked up these great conditioned fresh run trout on  the Tauranga Taupo. My God there were some vehicles in the car park! We also shot down and did a few pools on the Waimarino. This river looked great but there […]

Lake Taupo Trout Fishing Report For The 15th of September 2008

Shane French /

September 15, 2008 /

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Hey All, I have just spent the best two hours ever on the Waitahanui, not just because there are a truck load of trout in there but because of the surroundings and the day itself. The weather down here today has been special! One of the joys of the Waitahanui is that for the majority […]