Mrs Diana Isaac and Mr Neil Isaac with Prince Philip feeding trout at Peacock Springs, McLeans Island following a fundraising luncheon for the Isaac Wildlife Trust.
A toddler marvels at the fish swimming inside the tank at the Discovery Centre in the Canterbury Museum.
Annell Tewnion holding up her pet goldfish in a jar at a school holiday pet show in Riccarton Mall.
Mike Reitsma with sea caught salmon at Fendalton Fish Supply at 5 Memorial Avenue.
A Russian seaman unloads frozen squid at Lyttelton.
A group of boys with a large eel they caught in the Wairarapa Stream near Clyde Road in Bryndwr. Pictured are, from left, Gerald Fagan, Robert Fagan, James Mercer, Julian Smith, James Smith and David...
Views of Mr B. A. Thompson, in his garden on Avalon Street, with 42lb salmon he caught at the mouth of the Rakaia River.
Interior of fish shop on Armagh Street with two fishmongers.
Views of fishing at Shag Rock. Pictured in frame 4 is David Watts.
Portraits of Malcolm Flain, a salmon scientist.
A large tuna weighing 109kg at Fendalton Fish Supply. With the fish is the owner of the shop Mr Barry Mather (left) and Mr Andy Busson shop staff member.
Close-up of Abby's bedroom dresser with photographs and a pet goldfish in her home on Grace Close, Aidanfield subdivision, Halswell.
Views of a group of people with a shark on Scarborough Beach.
Aaron Howell of the Otago Fish and Game Society with an 8kg brown trout supplied by the society's hatchery in Wanaka for display at the Southern Encounter Aquarium of Discovery in Cathedral Square.
T.B. Gorman, Marine Department fisheries inspector at Lyttelton on board the Ikatere measuring an elephant fish. Captain J.H. Feenery, (left, back) is cleaning fish.
Visitor to Peacock Springs Wildlife Park, Mike Akkerman, feeding trout at the park. Peacock Springs forms part of the Isaac Conservation Park in Harewood.
Newspaper caption: Each weekend since the opening of the fishing season, finds crowds of enthusiastic anglers camped on the banks of various Canterbury rivers: a snapshot from the Selwyn.
B.E. Mather at Fendalton Fish Supply.
Queue of people outside Fendalton fishmonger waiting to buy frozen fish and poultry on a Saturday, with Mr Mathers risking prosecution for being open.
Scenes of flounder fish littering Opawa Road after a trailer blew a tyre and spilled the load during transport.
Portraits of Lance Coupland holding up a large trout, weighing 3.6kg, caught under the Carlton Mill Bridge in the Avon River.
Grant Edgar with a 6ft long skate he caught at Lyttelton. In the struggle to land the fish he lost his wallet and driving licence.
Children investigating an 8 foot 9 inch marlin hanging up at Waimairi Beach.
Mr E. Osborne holding a 4 ft 9 in frost fish he found at New Brighton beach.