A big old goofy grin says it all. Catch and release. Gold bead whisker fly. #16 hook
645 am banked. Back country success New Zealand style. A Brown bruiser in shallow water #16 gold bead whisker.
Pure sports fish on light tackle. Branch's, rocks, bolt holes you name it and through it all it finally made the bank. Yahoo.
The Australian Coot belonging to the Rail family and related to the New Zealand Pukeko and the Nz Takahe.
Photo taken on Lake Rotorua Nz.
Stillwater cruiser. The delicate cast alongside a healthy weed bank. This is fly fishing. One cast one shot ...
The sea cave at Orua. Hard to find but spectacular and worth the search.
Good day out with a great lady ❤❤❤ @glendanitschke
Get on up. Low range 4x4.
Tough and gritty. Muddy and nasty. Slug fest for a good cause. Conservation.
Build your world.
Silhouette of a new day
Sunshine = love, light, and warmth for the deepest.
Poets corner opportunity.
If thouest is willing please contribute to this tiny dna thread.
That is the way to catch them...persevere, due diligence with entomology and ~~~~Bazinga~~~~
Happiness is ....good day out on the river fly fishing.
New Zealand Hawkes Bay.
Happy to land this perfect Brown Trout.
Taking your time in the bush is time well spent. There are gems all around.
Caspian Tern. Aerial hunter. New Zealand.
TBT to a time in 1986 with my first Brown Trout on my Hardy fly rod and reel.
Maraetotara a small stream abounding with interesting pools.
Light penetrating thru wing.
Pocket water. Ruakituri River. Waikaremoana. Nymphing for Trout
Many stories told of long ago of fish earned and fish lost ...
of deer calling in the night... and the white water humming its rhythmic song.
Let us go...hither to the sirens call.