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Taupo Fishery Fishing Seminar - Mahi Aroha

Taupo Fishery Fishing Seminar - Mahi Aroha

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  • Mon 13 Jan ’14, 6:45pm


Lake Taupo Yacht Club, 9 Ferry Rd, Taupo


All Ages

Come and sit with ever interesting Fishery Science advisor Michel Dedual as he talks all things fishing in the region. Learn about Lake Taupo food chain, angler’s perception and participation versus trout abundance and much more. Michel’s passion for the fishery will leave you inspired and in the know. An expert in trout and their behaviour and an enthusiastic angler himself, Michel will give you a biological perspective on how best to fish.

Max: 100
Age: open
Cost: $5
Grade: 1

Bookings must be paid for in advance. See website or phone 0800 694 732 for booking enquiries.

Mahi Aroha - Doing it for Conservation

Showcasing, celebrating and acknowledging all things conservation for the last 50 years, Mahi Aroha brings together the Central Plateau's stunning natural and historical treasures and serves them to the public in an exciting 50 year anniversary 2013-14 summer programme.

A joint initiative between the Department of Conservation and Project Tongariro, Mahi Aroha offers you exclusive opportunities to explore our local flora and fauna, landscapes, cultural and historical sites, creatures and the people working tirelessly to ensure our very own piece of paradise remains in tact for future generations.

Learn about the conservation efforts currently underway in our area and what you can do to help. Meet the people working hard behind the scenes protecting what is ours and be inspired to lend a hand.

Bring the kids, grab a friend and explore your backyard like never before. This is our place, let’s protect it, nourish it and hold onto it. Mahi Aroha - doing it for conservation.

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