Zealand Fly Fishing
"We are passionate about all aspects of fly
fishing, and take pride in ensuring our clients have a superb
vacation - and we absolutely love what we do!"
||We firmly believe that "He who dies with the most
memories wins" - and helping create memories such as
the one at left is what motivates us to be the very best
at what we do. Fly fishing is such a special pastime, and
the memories it generates are the glorious "Technicolor"
ones that last a life time...
"We enjoy watching others land a fish equally as
much as we enjoy landing them ourselves!"
all, we take immense satisfaction in ensuring that each client
goes away having not only enjoyed their stay, but having learned
some valuable skills and lessons in the process - skills that
will serve them for a life time!
Such is the wonder
and joy of fishing that it transcends generations, nationalities, gender and
New Zealand is a
Mecca for fly fishermen and women the world over, and our West
Coast region offers stunning landscapes and great fishing.
I hope that
when you make your first or next pilgrimage to NZ, you'll not
only make the time to visit our region, but will also choose to
come and fish with me.
GOING WILD IN
THE LAND OF THE LONG WHITE CLOUD
“You’ll never catch fish in New Zealand by
yourself.” Repeatedly, this was the message I received when
doing my exhaustive homework before setting out Down
Under for the trip of a lifetime. Fanciful ideas of
casting a casual line into the myriad of prolific Kiwi
rivers were soon banished. The internet was trawled. I
wanted browns, I wanted the majestic scenery of the
South Island, and I wanted to know how on earth to go
Click HERE for more...
story from the summer of 2003 by Alistair Eykyn ©)
Check out our "How To" guide to New
Zealand fly fishing - to help ensure you are appropriately equipped and
prepared for your trip. This page provides
access to a variety of relevant information for those planning a fly fishing
trip to New Zealand. Covered are; Secrets to Success,
requirements, weather, seasonal
variations, FAQ's, flies,
river access etc.