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Lake Aniwhenua advice
Oct 4th, 2018 at 2:39pm
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Hi Team

Any tip for fishing the lake? Looking to take the kids down tomorrow for the day, will take the boat.

Will take spinners and soft plastics for the kids. Indicator nymphing or lure on the fly rod? How do global bugs go?

Any advice on colours flies etc appreciated.

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Re: Lake Aniwhenua advice
Reply #1 - Nov 24th, 2018 at 6:56pm
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How did you go Ted?

Ive heard its best to fish from a boat. I have spun from the shore line once without success
  

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Re: Lake Aniwhenua advice
Reply #2 - Nov 25th, 2018 at 8:40am
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boat or kayak the go. find the weed beds as trout will cruise around the edges. i find if you can bring your lures carefully along the edge of the weed beds you will do well. a kayak is awesome cause you can get right on top of the beds without disturbing the fish. be prepared to pick up a bit of lake weed as you go and work hard to keep the fish out of it. one of my favourite lakes. black and gold toby always delivers.
  
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