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Top Ten Fishing Spots in the World?

A wild horse by the River Lochy, near Queenstown on New Zealand's South Island. Photograph: Tim Cuff

Granted I found this list on the Guardian UK website, and it's a bit (very) slanted to a Brit's taste.

Come on! Not a single mention of the US and only a couple of trout spots in the southern hemisphere... What gives? I think this list is a bunch of garbage, barring New Zealand of course. Check out the link and tell me what you think. Where would your top ten spots be?



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Sue B

Nice try Tim, I don't think your readers are falling for it. :-)


I'm always look at the source of information - this doesn't impress me. He probably got some good trips from those area lodges/guides at a great price - $0.00 - this does impress me!

Tim Cuff

Hi, I'm the photographer who took the picture for the Guardian. I think I'm being credited for the article by Sue B!
Although I'm a Brit I live in NZ now and was simply asked to travel to Queenstown to illustrate the river for a piece they were putting together about great fishing spots. These lists are so trendy in the UK papers but I don't think anyone should consider them anything other than debate instigators!

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