Grab your fishing gear and bring your kids along to New Plymouth’s Lake Rotomanu to fish for 400 2-year-old rainbow trout that will be released into the lake. The event runs from 8am to 1pm on Saturday 31st October and Lake Rotomanu will be closed to powered watercraft during that time so that anglers can have exclusive use.
Participants can register on the day at the marquee tent set up near the boat ramp and volunteers from the Inglewood Rod, Gun & Recreation Club and staff from Taranaki Hunting & Fishing will assist with gear set-up, lures and bait etc, if required.
This is a free event funded by Taranaki Fish & Game
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