Why lake trout fishing will be a big hit in New South Wales
Recreational anglers in New Zealand will be lucky to catch a trout in the New South Wales region, but there is good news for the recreational fishery.
In the South-East of New South’s south-west region, the trout are catching up to catch up with the game.
According to new data released by the Department of Primary Industries, the Lake Waverley River is at its lowest level in 25 years, and has been since the late 1990s.
“It is now the lowest lake level recorded in the state since the 1950s, and the lowest since 1872,” Mr Mather said.
There have been a number of good seasons for Lake Witterley over the past year.
The Lake Witerley River, which is in the northern part of the state, is the lowest recorded lake level in the country in the last 25 years.
It is now at its lower level in its 25-year history.
Source: NSW Department of Parks and Wildlife The lake is now a mere 0.076 metres below its maximum, which was recorded in May, with a daily minimum of 0.055 metres.
This is a very good thing.
The lake is at a very low level, which means it is very easy to catch trout, which are very important for the trout fishery, Mr Mathering said.
“You need to have good fish.
You need to find good bait, you need to get good size bait, and you need good fish,” he said.
The fish caught in Lake Wiverley in 2016 are estimated to be between 15 to 20 per cent smaller than the previous season, but the catch was still a record high.
Mr Mather has been working with the Department to try and catch up to this record low, and said the Department was working on the project of a new waterway.
“It’s going to take some time but we’ve got a really good pipeline of water, and it’s going well,” he told news.com,au.
A project of this nature is going to be really good, he said, but he warned against thinking of the project as a “recreational fishery”.
“You can only fish for so long, and that’s what we need to do, is catch trout for recreation,” he added.