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Thread: World Fly Fishing Champs 2008 - New Zealand

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    Hi all

    THis is my first post. I am an ex South African in NZ. I fished the NZ Flyfishing champs in march this year. We fished the Wanganui river. Most awsome river. Had never fished it before. My first session I got 4 fish ove 40cm and my last session got 20 counters and 15 non counters in 3 hours. Biggest fish was a 53 cm brown and about 7 rainbows over 40 cm. You will really enjoy fishing this river.

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    Hi Garth, welcome to the site.

    Mike mentioned you unconventional stream method - I'd love to see it first hand sometime.

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    Hi Garth

    Great to see you on the site. Lets ensure that we get some fishing reports on here so that we have the guys drooling. It is looking good for this weekend, just give me a shout and let me know what day suits.

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    Just regarding the 20 fish caught. That was the most in a session in the wanganui

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Elliott View Post
    Hi Garth, welcome to the site.

    Mike mentioned you unconventional stream method - I'd love to see it first hand sometime.
    Care to elaborate guys?
    "Innocence is a wild trout. But we humans, being complicated, have to pursue innocence in complex ways" - Datus Proper

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    Sorry no can do trade secret:-) Basically it is Czech nymphing with a twist. Same principals apply as Chez nymphing

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    Hehe - good call Garth - there may be some Protea fishermen reading this. Can't give the competition a heads up.

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    Hi Garth

    Are you not the guide that is being used by the Protea's whils't over there

    shayne
    I have come not to teach, But to awaken - Meha Baba

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    Shayne

    Garth is busy co-ordinating the controllers for the worlds so will not have access to reply right now. Yes he is the guide who assisted the team before the comp started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeh View Post
    Shayne

    Garth is busy co-ordinating the controllers for the worlds so will not have access to reply right now. Yes he is the guide who assisted the team before the comp started.
    Up to now, it does not look like he has done too good a job.
    Korrie Broos

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    Nymphing, is fly fishing in another dimension

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