AFAC May Trip 2017
Awakino River May 20th & 21st 2017
The Awakino River offers exciting fishing for all levels
Despite its relatively easy access, the Awakino offers an almost wilderness experience. At the end of Gribbons Road the river flows over farmland before it enters bushland. In the middle reaches (below the Mahoenui Bridge on SH3 and upstream from the gorge) the Awakino mostly loops and meanders across open farmland with long stretches of slower water bounded by willows and other trees. There are however many excellent stretches of superb fishing water with long riffles, rapids and gliding pools. Often the water has a slight cloudy tinge though after a long dry spell can become reasonably clear. Fish numbers are very high. Above the Mahoenui Bridge, Gribbon Road runs alongside the river on the true right bank for several kilometres.
We will be staying at the Casara Mesa Backpackers. Te Kuiti.
Other rivers in the area are definitely limited so it is first in first served but we will keep a
reserve list.
The costs are for you to arrive the Friday night and stay the Friday 19th and Saturday 20th nights
As usual we will provide cooked breakfasts on the Saturday and Sunday
and Dinner Saturday night.
Our Guide

The cost of the trip is $125 per person.
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