A trout fishing report was made in New Zealand that before autumn would come, anglers in New Zealand had to wait for six weeks before rain comes along. The rainbows were sent up to the major running rivers into Lake Taupo and water was incredibly needed to give Backcountry River a better flow. The month of May has been relatively warm and the fishing condition has been magnificent for the browns, contrary to the rainbow trout that were quite difficult to catch during this time of the year. However, the spawning trout is quite big this year. So far a rainbow trout of about 5 ¾ pound was caught in Tongariro.
It is during the month of August that things will start to get intense in the local rivers. The rains that have had been falling helped the fish to get swimming towards all the rivers. Fishing has been great although the sizes of the trout’s are not remarkably big but the fun and experience of fishing is superb.
The trout fishing report for the New Year – January has been one of the warmest on record. The flow of the water gave out a good fishing scenario for nymphs and dry flies. Nymph fishing has been very successful in its role.
Time flies so fast and before you know it Christmas is near. November and December got some anglers 6 hooks but landed only with three. They even caught a willy brown but was too fast to let go of the fly before it was hooked. Fishing is good in Tongariro for these months up to Christmas. December has been constantly a remarkable month to go fishing with substantially a good number of catch. More so, tourist starts to flocks making it easier to fish later in the season.
The rain may finally be over during the months of August and September. A fishing trip this time of the month is worth it before the next rain will come and will most likely bring a significant number of trout’s up the rivers. It has been a favorable spawning and peaked season every September for trout in the last few years and certainly will put out the same abundance this year and will run the same until Christmas.
Trout fishing is fun and rewarding as long as a fisher knows where and when to go on a fishing trip. For now the report states where in New Zealand and when it is best to packed and go for a trip. Reports has been made on the months where catching a small trout or a big trout is openly available for anyone.
Now the next thing to do is to learn how to get a good bite from the trout’s found in rivers, lakes, and streams. A fisher does not have to be experienced or adept in this field as long as he or she has the basic knowledge and right information there is always a greater chance and opportunity to succeed in this venture. So enjoy every moment of it and try to develop your own skills and technique while doing exercising the fishing methods. One technique is to always read for new trout fishing reports that may aid in your fishing agenda.