We find. You fish.
Whether in a South Island salmon lake or North Island river, there is one common behaviour shared by New Zealand freshwater fish - a penchant for structure.
Our natives are hardwired to find submerged timber, weed beds, creek beds, boulders and pylons, zones which not only offer cover, but harbour baitfish also. With Lowrance sounders, clear and easy visibility of these areas leave fish with nowhere to hide.