Tongariro offers summer dry-fly delights

by Tony Bishop on December 16, 2005

Well that has gone and done it – the ‘secret’ is out.

The Tongariro River in the Central Plateau of the North Island of New Zealand is justifiably famous for it’s Winter (May – August) runs of very fit rainbows, but what not too many people are away of, or too easily ignore, is the wonderful dry-fly fishing over our NZ Summer.

This good article by Harvey Clarke, in the NZ Herald covers all you would need to take advantage of this opportunity.

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