Fat wild trout on the South Island of New Zealand!
From the filmmakers:
“The South Island of New Zealand is split by whats referred to as the ‘main divide’. Named the Southern Alps, this majestic mountain range runs for 500km down the western side of the island, separating the east and west coast water catchments, providing a contrasting and diverse range of fisheries. Over 2 days I decided to challenge myself on several different waterways, observing and absorbing the variety of methods required to be successful in each.”
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