Lake Tarawera

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It will be interesting to see how the season develops. Some of the smaller ones sent back were quite thin so it looks like the bigger fish have quickly figured out where the food sources are.
Checking notes from a similar time last year tallies with this year, having to work for some good fish with them scattered and varying condition until the food source gets big enough for all to fatten up.
The 60cm one did have a small layer of belly fat and was quite orange so probably feeding near the bottom on koura at the moment. 
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