This 6lb brown trout was to be my last fish for this years New Zealand trip. Caught on #18 nymph, 7' 6" 3 wt Redington rod & Cortland Clear Creek Line. - GFFpix - share your best flyfishing pictures - Global FlyFisher

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This 6lb brown trout was to be my last fish for this years New Zealand trip. Caught on #18 nymph, 7' 6" 3 wt Redington rod & Cortland Clear Creek Line.


Central South Island, New Zealand.

Submitted by: Dave Cook

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EXIF picture information
Camera manufacturer NIKON 
Camera model E3700 
Exposure time 1/247 s 
Lens focal length 5 mm (~35 mm on 35 mm film) 
Lens aperture f 2.8 
ISO 50 
Date and time of original 2006-12-08 13:16 
Software used Nikon Editor 6.1.0 W 


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