To establish, maintain and conduct a club for the encouragement and promotion of Trout Fishing and all activities pertaining thereto.
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Elaine 06 844 8840
7 Tiffen Place,
Meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the first Monday of the month (except January and June) at the Fish and Game premises, Burness Road, Napier
Featured rivers are the Ngaruroro and Ohara
The club now has a facebook site, however, it is only for club members.
I welcome any new photos, websites or facebook links to add . Email to above address.
What's on our website pages:
Glenfalls Hut, Court of Appeal decision appeal, Review of books
From Save the Mohaka facebook page:
Mohaka River Flows - For your safety
River users out there who have tried to access the Niwa Website for flow information will have noticed that the Mohaka site was dropped off the site yesterday.
I have had a conversion with Niwa and they have reinstated the flow data. They have also indicated that this is a short term fix and that a different funding model may need to be arrived at to keep the monitoring station open.
So for now, providers, clubs, schools, fishermen and rest of public when looking up the Mohaka River flows please go to Click here and then follow the links for Location or click the dot on the map.Please be aware that the coloured classification is for Niwa purposes and may not have relevance to your usage. As far as I am aware the classification on the Niwa site changes to high at 10% of the average flow which is around 58 cumecs. So please keep using your own safety figures for what ever activity you are involved in.
I plan to have further talks with Niwa and the Regional Council on the future continence of this site and its value to Safety of the people using the Mohaka.
To those new to this monitoring site it is about 3km above the State Highway 5 bridge.
I will consult with groups as information comes to hand.