Peeling Back the Skin on the South Island: Fishery at a Crossroads

New Zealanders have some tough decisions to make if they want to retain their world-class trout fishery.
As drought, dams, and intensive dairy farming take their toll on the frontcountry streams and rivers, more and more anglers are being pushed into the mountainous backcountry, placing unprecedented pressure on those fragile watersheds. It’s a formula – if left unchecked – for disaster.
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