Norman Higgans holds up the solitary whitebait he caught during his day’s fishing at the Pāuatahanui Inlet near Wellington. Whitebait are small fish which come upstream from the sea. They have been a traditional catch for New Zealanders, who are normally rather more successful – especially on the South Island’s West Coast.
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