Sport Fly Fishing New Zealand are proud to announce the New Zealand Fly Fishing Team who will represent us at the 2014 World Fly Fishing Champs in the Czech Republic. From L-R: Paul Baker (Wellington), Garth Plank (Auckland), Neil Hirtzel 'Team Captain' (Auckland), Cory Scott (Gisborne), Sam Bourne ...
Join the Eastern Region Fish & Game team on a drift dive at Lake Tarawera as they count trout numbers and check out the Te Wairoa Stream trap. Produced by Dscribe Journalism.
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Neil Hirtzel on the cover of the Auckland Freshwater Anglers Club Newsletter.
Arripis trutta, known as the Kahawai in New Zealand or as The Australian Salmon in Australia, is one of four species of marine fish within the Arripis genus, found in cooler waters around the south eastern coast of Australia and New Zealand. Although it is referred to as a salmon in Australia, it is not related to salmons of the family Salmonidae.
These fish typically weigh between 1 and 2.5 kg with some rare specimens reaching a weight of 6 kg. Further Australian name variants of Arripis trutta include bay trout, black back, black-backed salmon, buck, buck salmon, cocky salmon, colonial salmon, Eastern Australian salmon, native salmon, newfish, salmon trout andthree kings. - Source Wiki
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Neil Hirtzel will be raffling a hand crafted 4weight 10-foot rod as a fundraiser for the NZ Silver Flies Oceania Team. Those of you, who have seen Neil’s
custom rods before, will know just what works of art they are. So if you fancy a chance to own the rod then you will need to be at the me...
Read Full Article here - http://www.times.co.nz/sports-news/neil-nets-one-more-medal.html
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