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“I definitely don’t tell the people I speak to how to fish. They tell me, and in turn both the audience and I learn from them.”
“I’d like to think of it as a fishing show for the intelligent. It has a bit more of a story, focusing on the connection between the sea, lakes and rivers and our people.”
“Fishing is a big part of sustaining life rather than just being a sport.”
“I don’t profess to be a pro but as long as I’m able to catch a fish to take it back to feed the whānau, I’m happy.” says Pio.