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Old 01-13-2010, 03:57 AM
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Heres some pics of where I fish most, the Selwyn River

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Wow,beautiful river Chris....are you sure you haven't taken a pic of a green submarine?this one should like Larry's mouse....
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Wow,beautiful river Chris....are you sure you haven't taken a pic of a green submarine?this one should like Larry's mouse....
Would you beleve that hes in 300mm ( 12" ) of water and the others were in less

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Would you beleve that hes in 300mm ( 12" ) of water and the others were in less

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I would Chris....had already noticed it
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Nice spot you have there Chris...Now tye that mouse on and get him...

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Chris: The Selwyn River looks beautiful. Now I see what they are talking about when they say most of the fishing in NZ is done by sight fishing, the water is really clear. That was a beautiful fish! That looks like the same kind of water that JP fishes in France, very low water and extremely clear. Thanks for sharing.

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Chris great pictures-- looks like a real pretty place to fish--- and tough at times with trout laid up in the shade underneath the trees in such shallow, crystal clear water.

And a great shot of that trout- very impressive!
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Chris: The Selwyn River looks beautiful. Now I see what they are talking about when they say most of the fishing in NZ is done by sight fishing, the water is really clear. That was a beautiful fish! That looks like the same kind of water that JP fishes in France, very low water and extremely clear. Thanks for sharing.

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I rember seeing some of JPs pics and thinking how similar his river looked to mine, of the three rivers I fish most the dirtyist only has slight colour

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Chris great pictures-- looks like a real pretty place to fish--- and tough at times with trout laid up in the shade underneath the trees in such shallow, crystal clear water.

And a great shot of that trout- very impressive!
It can be very tough on some days the fish see you from so far you cant cast to them and others they dont see you or dont care that your there and they can be very pickey

the pic with the fish is where my favorite streach of water starts and its just about the best time to fish it

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