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Reply #30 - Sep 2nd, 2010 at 7:39am
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http://www.jonathanwhite.co.nz/enlarged/7063-anini-stream.htm

a picture that i found,of a painting of the anini

my folks have a simarlar painting by jonathan of the "anini" they brought it after walking part of ruas track 2 years ago.
dad tripped over and broke the ligaments in his shoulder Grin so he will never forget the place Grin Grin
  

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Reply #31 - Sep 3rd, 2010 at 8:46am
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amazing.........Shocked thanks for that baz Smiley
  

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Reply #32 - Sep 4th, 2010 at 2:48am
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gizzy-mike wrote on Sep 2nd, 2010 at 7:39am:
http://www.jonathanwhite.co.nz/enlarged/7063-anini-stream.htm

a picture that i found,of a painting of the anini

my folks have a simarlar painting by jonathan of the "anini" they brought it after walking part of ruas track 2 years ago.
dad tripped over and broke the ligaments in his shoulder Grin so he will never forget the place Grin Grin


Great picture Mike--thanks for sharing that.
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Reply #33 - Sep 6th, 2010 at 10:55am
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awesome amazing yarn. thanks 4 that
  
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Re: Introduction of Trout into the Ruatakuri River
Reply #34 - Nov 22nd, 2010 at 1:24am
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Thanks for your efforts Rupert James and your teapot. I apreciated the comments about the trout being hard fighting best fishing I have ever had was Ruakituri I am sure those trout are turbo charged P addicts they go like stink EH! Two biggest trout I have caught were there matching 9lb rainbows on the same day I got 15 fish that day over 6lb and only stopped fishing because I was knackered. I haven't made it above the falls yet but someday I will Smiley.
  
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Reply #35 - Oct 12th, 2017 at 4:47pm
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Taking the liberty of bumping this yarn from Rupert James again.
For the new chums and those that fish the Hangaroa or the Ruakituri Rivers.
  

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Reply #36 - Oct 20th, 2017 at 11:06pm
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Gidday Baz. My father was born and raised up the Ruakituri before a move to Matawai. His father was on a soldier settlement block I believe  (but I might be wrong). If my memory serves I remember stories from my childhood about how his grandfather took several trout eggs and possibly, though unlikely, fingerlings from the river in a kerosene tin to such places as Tutira and the lower Mohaka, again I might be wrong. I grew up in the Mohaka area and I have fond memories of trips up the Ruakituri as a kid. It's  where my love for the outdoors took hold. I remember catching an eel under the falls as a kid, it was huge and released to create memories for others. Several deer were not so lucky.
I have been handed down an old Long Tom that was apparently used for shooting scrub bulls on the back of Waimaha. It isn't in working condition. I live in Australia now and I cannot wait to return to that special part of the world with my little outdoorsman, a two year old named after the God of the Forest. Thank you for sharing a wonderful story. I will be certain to share it with my father.
  

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Reply #37 - Oct 21st, 2017 at 4:31pm
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Just checked with Dad, his Grandfather was the manager at Papuni for 30 odd years apparently and helped release trout from a hatchery in Greenmeadows near Napier into the lower Ruakituri......... apparently.
  

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Re: Introduction of Trout into the Ruatakuri River
Reply #38 - Oct 21st, 2017 at 5:59pm
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That's interesting Ruralmedic--So your grandfather had a hand in releasing trout-awesome. His efforts have left a great legacy for us anglers.
The Ruakituri and the upper Hangaroa are 2 of my favourite rivers.
Thanks for that interesting bit of history.
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