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Taupo Fishery Review Angler Survey
Oct 2nd, 2012 at 11:24am
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Take part in our survey and go into the prize draw
Complete our online survey at www.doc.govt.nz/taupofishery and have your say about the future of the Taupo Sports Fishery.
Whether you fish or not, we are interested in hearing your views.
Everyone who takes part in the survey goes into the draw to win one of two amazing fishing weekends for two, provided by some well-known local fishing lodges. Tongariro Lodge and Turangi Bridge Motel have provided weekend accommodation packages as prizes. Hunting and Fishing Taupō have also provided a number of $100 vouchers to give away.
The survey closes on 9 November 2012 so make sure you complete it before then!
Please check the website regularly for updates. You can also receive email updates by sending your details to taupofishery@doc.govt.nz
The online survey is part of a project exploring future opportunities for Taupō Sport Fishery is underway.
The project aims to draw on the knowledge, skills, and experience of a wide range of fishery and destination stakeholders to identify future prospects for the fishery and the region. It will examine the fishery history, the current situation and to identify and explore future opportunities for the iconic fishery.
The department is joined in this project by Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Eastern Region Fish and Game and the Taupō Fishery Advisory Council. It involves working with other key parties such as the Lake Rotoaira Trust, Taupō District Council, anglers, tourism operators and the wider community, as the project develops
The Taupō Sports Fishery is managed by the Department as a sustainable trout fishery. It is
internationally renowned, and already contributes significantly to the social, economic, environmental and cultural well being of the region.
The project involves a review of the wider fishery (including marketing, management and accessibility) to establish how the fishery can meet the demands of all anglers, key partners and other stakeholders in the long term.
This project involves significant public and stakeholder engagement to capture the experience, knowledge and insight of those who are currently involved in the Taupō Sport Fishery, and those who are not but could have a valuable role to play in its future.
  

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