Categories: Canterbury Lakes

Sumner Group Lakes – North Canterbury

Sumner Group Lakes - North Canterbury There is unrestricted four-wheel-drive access to Loch Katrine. To drive from Loch Katrine to…

Sumner Group Lakes – North Canterbury

Sumner Group Lakes Canterbury. Map courtesy of Google Maps, Click on the map to enlarge.
Lake Sumner. Map courtesy of LINZ. Crown copyright reserved. Each grid square represents 1 square kilometre. Click on the map to enlarge.

There is unrestricted four-wheel-drive access to Loch Katrine. To drive from Loch Katrine to the head of Lake Sumner anglers need to phone 03 314-4343 for permission and the combination code for the locked gate.

Here is a great video that gives you a good view of Loch Katrine and Lake Sumner. As well as a look at the canal that joins them together.

This post was last modified on 17/04/2017 1:55 am

Share
Leave a Comment

Recent Posts

Makarora and Wilkin Rivers Lake Wanaka Otago

By Monty Wright Being on holiday Colleen and I woke at a respectable hour. We had stayed overnight at Makarora…

18/09/2020

Harling Lake Dunstan – Best Fly Colours, Line Setups and Harling Tips

by Peter Lemin - Harling Lake Dunstan Part 1 The main angling methods in Lake Dunstan have been trolling as…

18/09/2020

Shadow-Box Trout Flies – How to make your own shadow-box project

by Allan Burgess Making a shadow-box to display your trout flies by hanging them on the wall is a great…

18/09/2020

Fuzzy Wuzzy Trout Lure by Fred Fletcher, Waitahanui Lodge, Lake Taupo

Fuzzy Wuzzy is a trout egg imitation fly The Fuzzy Wuzzy was created by the late Fred Fletcher to imitate freshwater crayfish…

01/09/2020

Black Phantom Trout Night Fly is tied using feathers from the Pukeko

Black Phantom Trout Fly The Black Phantom is the most handsome of night flies, particularly when finished with an expensive…

01/09/2020

Kilwell No.1 – Killer Pattern Trout Lure – a great bully imitation

Kilwell No.1 Originally created by Frank Lord of Rotorua, and known as the Tarawera Killer. It was later tied commercially…

01/09/2020

All Rights Reserved © fishingmag.co.nz 1999 - 2020

Read More