The golden weather continues for us anglers and the only down side is that we will take even more badly to less pleasant conditions when they inevitably arrive.
As I type this column it is raining, and the temperature has dropped 12degC since this morning.
The end of the fishing season is not far away but it does not seem long since it started, so we need to make the most of it.
The dry spell continues with rivers remaining low in some cases and in others continuing to drop to very low levels.
Cool nights, hot days and settled weather has provided good fishing conditions over the past week.
The recent run of warm, dry weather has ensured ideal river conditions for fishing over the last week.
Rivers have been up and down a bit this week, but not enough to spoil the fishing.
As Murray and I drove south at the weekend we said that the weather was typical of spring - cold, showery and windy.
Another week, another weekend with rain raising river levels, but luckily, they have dropped during the week and are now lower than they were a week ago.
The rain last Sunday raised the level of most rivers and streams in the region, but the subsequent warm weather has dropped them to good fishing levels for this weekend.
As I write, it is raining heavily and a look at the rain gauges on the regional council websites show that there have been significant falls around the South, which does not bode well for the weekend.
The big positive for the fishing at the weekend is the warm weather that is forecast.
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The changeable weather has messed up the end-of-season fishing. There is snow melt in the rivers rising in the mountains and low-country rivers are above normal.
Wet days lately have kept some rivers high and dirty but, as the weekend approaches, it looks as though there will be fishable water.
No sooner have rivers dropped back to a good fishing level than they are rising again, and it will be quite a few days until they drop.
I am writing this early in the morning.
Heavy rain at the end of last week knocked out most rivers and streams for the weekend after they were looking good for most of the week.