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Friday Fly Day - Say hello to our little friends, the Nosebleeds

Fresh off the boat we have a new family of flies to add to the Manic Tackle Fly Collection called the Nosebleeds. Tied sparsely on straight shank hooks with some long hackle tied in behind the bead these are where nymph meets soft hackle with a bit flash and colour thrown in for good measure. ...Read more

Friday Fly Day - Say hello to our little friends, the Nosebleeds
by Chris Sharland on Sep 04 2015

Techy Thursdays - Kaikoura's Blue Moki

A coastal species commonly ranging south from Auckland Islands to Stewart Island at the bottom of the South Island and East toward the Chatham Islands, where the water is cold and nutrient rich. Statistics according to Wikipedia has proven that these mature fish generally grow up to a length of 80 centimetres, though most do not exceed 63 centimetres but, in saying that, I have personally seen a very large adult specimen in Tairua while snorkelling....Read more

Techy Thursdays - Kaikoura's Blue Moki
by JP Samuelson on Sep 03 2015

Follow Secret Creek Photography on the Gram

Here's a sneak peak of a Scott Radian and a Lamson Speedster Black basking in the summer sun from Stu Hastie's photo spread in the upcoming issue #13 of Flyfishers Inc, out before Oct 1st all going well. Stu's exceptional work is now available live and direct on Instagram so make sure to give him a follow here @secretcreekphotography...Read more

Follow Secret Creek Photography on the Gram
by Chris Sharland on Sep 02 2015

Team Tuesday - Andrew Harding's ode to the Tongariro

"Just a sample of some of the footage from a fantastic weekend just gone on the central North Islands Tongariro River. Join Matt Hince, Dan Thomas and myself for two days in this winter fly fishing paradise. Multiple double, even triple hook-ups with numbers of fish we quickly lost count of. There is no finer sport in the world and I can think of no better place to waste away the cold, winter hours than on this mighty river with a few mates."...Read more

Team Tuesday - Andrew Harding's ode to the Tongariro
by Chris Sharland on Sep 01 2015