Surrounded by oceans a maritime weather dominates New Zealand’s climate. This might be likened to our own weather back home because conditions always seem changeable. With that forecasters have trouble predicting certain lows, highs and fronts. Sadly, those sunny days they promised have yet to materialise. So with more gloomy conditions on the horizons we headed for smaller streams in a bid of sighting a few trout. Thankfully, calm conditions helped and we managed to target a handful of good sized trout.
~This stunner brightened up a damp, dull day by latching onto my dry fly~