So we have established that trout fishing in New Zealand is really a game of sight fishing, played at the very highest level. And we all know that the key to sight fishing is knowing where to look in the first place. So where do you think the giant brown trout is hanging out in each of these photos?
In NZ, you might find only one fish in an entire run. But it’s going to be a whopper. So test your skills and tell me where, in each of these photos, the big fish was holding. Answer correctly on all counts and you win a signed copy of the Little Red Book of Fly Fishing. (If there’s a tie, we’ll draw the winner from a hat).