Trouble brewing in trout paradise.
Millions of YouTube viewers watch New Zealand fly fishing videos, hooked on images of our stunning scenery and famously feisty fish.
Anglers travel halfway around the world to stand in pristine rivers casting artfully tied flies temptingly close to the jaws of big brown or rainbow trout.
The fishery is estimated to be worth at least $250m a year, but its popularity is raising red flags.
Lobby group Kiwi Anglers First is demanding an overhaul of freshwater fishing management to protect the recreational rights of New Zealanders and restrict visitor access.
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