The region runs inland to include the whole of both the Clutha and Taieri River catchments as well as a number of smaller coastal river catchments such as the Catlins, Tahakopa, Tokomairiro, Waikouaiti and Shag.
Otago has, without doubt, some of the most diverse waters for sports fishing in New Zealand. They range from the unique high country experiences on gin clear southern lakes river tributaries, to ‘put and take’ reservoir fisheries in Dunedin City.
The Otago Region also offers a veritable smorgasbord of game bird hunting from mallards on large coastal wetlands, to upland game on briar rose-strewn Central Otago hills. In between there are countless pond and river bank hunting opportunities, along with small stream stalking and evening shooting over grain crops. Otago pretty much has it all when it comes to game bird hunting.
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Upcoming Council Dates for 2022
12th-13th February - Wanaka Hotel, Wanaka
24th March - Otago Fish & Game Office, Dunedin
26th May - Hokonui Runanga, 140 Charlton Road, Gore
21st July - St John Rooms, Scotland Street, Roxburgh
29th September - Otago Fish & Game Office, Dunedin
1st December - Cromwell Presbyterian Church, Cromwell
Anglers, hunters, members of fishing and hunting clubs and the public are welcome to attend and raise issues or topics for discussion.
Meeting agendas are available on our website – www.fishandgame.org.nz
For further information contact the Dunedin Office. Licence holders and members of the public are welcome to attend. Copies of Council agendas and minutes are available under the terms of the Local Government Official Information and Meeting Act 1987.