Most freshwater fishing in New Zealand is for trout and salmon, but some anglers like to fish for other, less widespread, species such as rudd. Rudd (Scardinus erythrophthalmus) were illegally imported into New Zealand in 1967, and are now well-established in many North Island waterways.
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Photograph by Antony Stevens
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