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NEW ZEALAND:

Spring Creek Salvation A season that seems to already have peaked is what awaits us this year. Weeks-on-end with high temperatures and hardly any rain have taken their toll on many of the local New Zealand trout streams. The small rivers are too warm and its inhabitants not too keen on feeding. We learn this on the first day. The decision to move south-west to a colder climate is taken already before we explore the last pool in an almost dried out mountain river‌

By ANDRÉ PEDERSEN, Images JOAKIM ANDREASSEN

Profile for In the Loop Fly Fishing Magazine

In the Loop Fly Fishing Magazine - Issue 27