Lake Waikaremoana, Mokau Landing


    Fishing Spot in Hawke's Bay, Hawke's Bay New Zealand

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    The Mokau Landing provides good shoreline access, a boat ramp, toilets and camping facilities. The lake provides extensive fishing opportunities for several different fishing methods. Boaties may enjoy success shallow trolling and harling within the many sheltered bays and inlets around the lake’s 100km of twisting, bush clad shoreline. Fly and spin fishing from the shoreline is popular at a multitude of locations. Waikaremoana is known for it’s sighted brown trout fishing especially between spring and autumn when large fish slowly cruise the lake edge in clear water looking for food. Rainbow trout average 1kg and brown trout 1.5kg. The lake is open to fly and spin methods all year. The use of downriggers, paravanes and metal-cored or wire lines is prohibited in Lake Waikaremoana. See detailed brochure here . Note, much of SH38 is gravel surface and winding.

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    4195, New Zealand