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The brown trout waters are closed
« on: May 03, 2017, 10:02:50 AM »
The brown trout waters are closed

On Sunday 30 April most of waters around the state closed for the brown trout spawning runs. This marks the end of another fantastic fishing season. It is time now for us to let nature run its course. The fish breeding season provides us with a new group of fish to catch for years to come.

It is very important that trout are not disturbed or stressed while breeding. This ensures recruitment for the fishery is as good as it can possibly be. This means better fishing in the future!

If you feel like trout fishing, there are several inland waters in the state still open to angling. These are fisheries managed as rainbow trout waters, specified all year round waters and lakes Rosebery and Mackintosh on the West Coast.
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