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New England Rivers
In the edge of New England National Park you can find many streams that
produces good quality trout. There are approximately 10 streams within a
40 km radius of Ebor. Bait fishing, lure and fly are among the favourite
method used by most anglers.
The best months to fish the area are March, April, October and November.
Fishing is more rewarding after a season of good rainfall. However you
need to get the owner's permission before you thrive.
The stream in the boundary of the New England National Park
The area is accessed from the road bridge. It is very productive,
especially with a dry fly. Rainbows are abundant in the area at any
Along Serpentine River
The area is 15 km from Ebor. Fishing is closed from Hatchery Weir to
Serpentine Falls downstream. Rainbows and browns are abundant below the
Upstream the Serpentine River
The area offers very scenic trout water. Good fish are available
downstream from the Dorrigo Road Bridge.
Rugged Gorge Country
The area is located downstream from Marengo station. Rainbows are
abundant at any time.
Fishermen usually climbed down to fish below the falls. Trout have been
caught from the river and its surrounds.
The area is accessible upstream and downstream from the road bridge but
as with all other streams, prior permission to catch rainbow trout must
Barwick River - Serpentine River
The two river joins to offer good quality rainbows especially from the
Hatchery and lower down becomes the Styx river.
The falls is now on private property. But the area provide good quality
Is a small stream at the road bridge that offers good fishing
The area has been stocked with rainbow trout and some deeper holes
should be found downstream from the road bridge.
Deer Park Creek
The area is crossed on the Ebor-Dorrigo Road. Rainbow trout are abundant
at any time.