Friday, July 21, 2017

Tongariro Trout Fishing


On our way to Ruapehu last weekend we stopped (cos I'm one of those annoying people who if I see something when we are driving that I think is interesting I say "stop") near a bridge just before Turangi.


As we drove around Lake Taupo I saw these fishermen trout fishing all in a long line down the river.


These two in particular were the only ones who caught one while we were there, the others were throwing their lines in back and forth - no doubt they were pleased with their catch.

Linking up with Skywatch Friday :-)

9 comments:

  1. Great shots, glad you stopped! I always heard trout fishing is world class in NZ.

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  2. Neat fishing shots and a bit of sky ^_^

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  3. My favourite fish. It beats salmon every time!

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  4. It's nice to watch people fish. I cannot take the boredom of fishing, sigh.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  5. It looks like good conditions for them.

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  6. They are dreaming of a fish supper.

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  7. Nice photos. Count me in as one of those annoying people who also has to stop. lol

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  8. Great capture. It must be cold out there fishing (at least they have the sun).

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