Salmon Season 2015 – 2016

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  • #50901

    Allan Burgess
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    Caught a salmon this 2015-2016 salmon season we invite you to post your photo here.

    #50935

    yellowfin
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    Where is everybody? Forum is quiet.

    #50936

    Allan Burgess
    Keymaster

    Its great to hear from you. Have you been catching any fish where you are?
    They have all gone to Facebook. Strangely a huge number of people are looking at the forum every day but not posting.
    It is also fair to say that the conversion of Fishingmag from an old html Dreamweaver site to its present WordPress format, that also runs on mobile devices, was more complex, and took much longer than expected. The navigation has also changed. Take a look at the main salmon fishing page. The menu is on the right. Fishingmag Salmon Fishing directory page.

    #51363

    yellowfin
    Participant

    How have you been Allan. No not much fishing going on up here at the moment. I tried to get some braid dropped round to your place awhile back but they couldn’t get in. Whats all the news.

    #51379

    Allan Burgess
    Keymaster

    All good. Have been very busy. Even caught a few snapper which is unusual for me.

    #52390

    Allan Burgess
    Keymaster

    Time of the Monster salmon
    The late Keith Reinke with a massive looking 33 lb salmon caught in the Waitaki River just a few days before the 1995 annual salmon fishing contest. Strange as it sounds today, if Keith had caught it during the competition it wouldn’t have won. The heaviest fish that year was caught by M. McVie and weighed 16.78kg (over 36 lbs).
    Big Salmon from the Waitaki River

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    Allan Burgess
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    Salmon anglers in the early morning mist at the Waimakariri River mouth – north side.

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