Arriving on the access the picture was unbelievable: NO other car, no other fisherman. So we could work our way upstream, less fish than the last time but still some that went for the fly. Adams, standard nymph etc. I spooked unfortunately a couple of actively feeding fish. So did Ines with a pot of three fish. No score for her so no pictures ; ).
I was lucky to manage an unbelievable unlikely cast to place the fly in a window the size of a plate between trunks, the fly was literally screwed in that place and the fish took it.
A nice family fishing day!
Dinner: same procedure as last day. Most likely a different bottle of red.
On the way back from the exit above Naylor House I walked down past the house, where I could see Ines and Tobias on the terrace in the sun. They enjoyed the morning at the house.
We packed our belongings and set course towards a stream in central Otago. The stream mentioned earlier, that back then was fished by Bruce with his client by chopper as the landowner seems to be reluctant to allow access to guided parties. 3F as a bonus - we got access from the landowner I called beforehand. With high anticipation we hit the road!