New Zealand Fly Fishing Guides - Ben Kemp

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Wilderness Camping Trips

Wilderness camping trips are available, either overnight or multi-day. Relax alongside our ancient temperate rainforests, and let your soul be soothed by the sound of the river rumbling over the boulders.

Camped on the bank of a wilderness river, deep in the rainforest, where huge wild brown trout live in pristine surroundings.

Accessible only on foot, or by 4WD vehicle, down forgotten tracks which rarely see another angler...

Because only a handful of local's know these tracks exist... well, perhaps "tracks" is a slight exaggeration...

We are fortunate to have few negatives in our camping - no snakes, scorpions etc. The only irritants are the ubiquitous sand-flies...

The rewards of such expeditions are more than that offered by the fishing... recharge your batteries, get up close and personal with nature!

Enjoy fireside meals in the great outdoors, everything tastes twice as good in an open air setting, and the smell of bacon & eggs and coffee in the early morning air defies adequate description...

And the fishing offers interesting prospects and potential, as 15yr old Laugharne shows with this 6lb brown...

and Jon Eagle with this 5lb brown - spring conditions, Oct 2004.

 

If  a few days in the wilderness - camping out in comfort - appeals to you, let us know!

 


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