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You can order our free guide to planning your New Zealand fishing trip. You can also purchase our travel guides which take you on a tour of the best fishing waters in each area of the country. They include a suggested itinerary, map, travel details and information about the fishing waters. These detailed guides can be printed or carried with you on a mobile device or pdf-capable e-reader. All guides are emailed to you immediately as pdf files. .
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Planning your New Zealand Fishing Trip
A travel guide for visitors planning a New Zealand fishing trip. Topics include when to come, where to fish, getting around, making the most of your time, money matters, fishing licences and regulations.
33 pages including 1 map (1.1 MB pdf file approx.)
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Angler Accommodation in New Zealand
This free guide will assist you when planning a fishing trip by helping you locate and book the best fishing accommodation in the area you want to fish. All the accommodation listed is near good fishing and is usually owned and run by keen anglers. With photos, links to maps and descriptions of a wide range of options from luxury fishing lodges to basic accommodation, this guide will be indispensable when planning your New Zealand fishing trip.
98 pages including 13 maps (4.7 MB pdf file approx.)
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Winter Fishing in the North Island
For many anglers, winter is the time to put the rods and waders away. To do this is to miss some of the best fishing to found. In the North Island of New Zealand there are nearly 150 rivers and lakes that remain open all year and many of these fish best during the cooler months. This book describes all these waters and provides links to interactive maps that will allow you to plan a winter fishing excursion. As well there is detailed information about how to fish in the colder months, the fishes feeding habits during winter and how best to target the fish to get results.
154 pages including 0 maps (1 MB pdf file approx.)
NZ$ 25.00 (US$ 17.75) Convert currency
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Fishing the Central North Island: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary starting and ending in Auckland with a map, and detailed travel plans. Describing the very best rivers, spring creeks and lakes, this guide is a must for anyone wishing to fish the Central North Island. As well as the lakes on the desolately beautiful Volcanic Plateau and the famous Taupo rivers where the numbers and size of fish are legendary, this guide covers all the venues chosen for the 2008 World Fly Fishing Championships. It also details the best backcountry fishing and trophy waters available in the region.
31 pages including 1 map (1.2 MB pdf file approx.)
NZ$ 15.00 (US$ 10.65) Convert currency
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Fishing the Eastern North Island: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary with a map and detailed travel plans starting and ending in Auckland. The Eastern region of New Zealand covers a wide diversity of fisheries that would take many years fishing to fully appreciate. From the beautiful rivers and lakes of the remote and mysterious Te Urewera National Park where fish of over 10lbs are common, to gentle dry fly streams that include the river that has been described as 20% water, 80% fish by a member of the 2008 World Fly Fishing Championship, this book contains detailed information about the best this fantastic region has to offer.
30 pages including 1 map (1.1 MB pdf file approx.)
NZ$ 15.00 (US$ 10.65) Convert currency
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Fishing the Lower North: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary with a map and detailed travel plans starting and ending in Wellington. It is a treasury of information about some of New Zealand's most under fished waters. As well as the legendary Lake Taupo with its fabulous tributaries, it covers the large remote rivers of the Hawkes Bay plus describes many smaller waters where your only companions are large fish and the wonderful birdlife. And as well as a number of highly productive easily accessed rivers, it also includes a number of wilderness streams that are only a short drive from Wellington City.
36 pages including 1 map (1.2 MB pdf file approx.)
NZ$ 15.00 (US$ 10.65) Convert currency
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Fishing the Top of the South: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary with a map and detailed travel plans starting and ending in Picton where the North Island ferry disembarks. It covers what many anglers regard as the best brown trout fishing region in the world. For those wishing to find a remote, staggeringly beautiful mountain stream where fish average 3kgs to an easily accessed, crystal clear river where the numbers of fish are around 350 per kilometre, this is the book. It covers waters from small dry fly streams meandering over open land through to large boisterous mountain rivers and deep mysterious mountain lakes.
31 pages including 1 map (1 MB pdf file approx.)
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Fishing Coast to Coast in the South Island: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary starting and ending in Christchurch with a map, and detailed travel plans. From the large braided rivers around Christchurch across the spectacular Southern Alps to the lush West Coast, there is a s wide a variety of fishing as can be found anywhere in New Zealand. This guide provides information about the fishing in one of the most diverse and scenic regions in the country. From boisterous mountain streams to remote lakes and wide braided rivers, there is enough fishing in this route to satisfy the most jaded angler.
28 pages including 1 map (0.5 MB pdf file approx.)
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Fishing the Central South: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary with a map and detailed travel plans starting and ending in Christchurch. For fantastic fishing amidst outstanding mountain scenery, this book contains detailed information about a huge diverse region. From small mountain lakes and tarns to huge rivers that flow through primeval forest clad mountains to small sedate spring creeks where huge fish can be observed in crystal clear water, there is something for all in this wonderful book. And all set against the stunning Southern Alps.
30 pages including 1 map (1.3 MB pdf file approx.)
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Fishing the Bottom of the South: A travel guide
This travel guide includes a suggested itinerary starting and ending in Dunedin with a map, and detailed travel plans. From deep glacial formed lakes fed by rivers that flow through ancient rainforest clad valleys to rivers that drain huge areas of lowlands, the lower South Island has a myriad of fishing opportunities. The very best of these are described in detail in this book which helps you sort out where to go to find the fishing that you want. Whether that be stalking large trout in a pristine mountain stream to fishing the hundreds of kilometres of world-famous dry fly rivers, the choice is yours.
30 pages including 1 map (1.2 MB pdf file approx.)
NZ$ 15.00 (US$ 10.65) Convert currency
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