New Zealand Fishing Holidays
Fly Fishing and Sport Fishing Trips in New Zealand
The South Island trout fishery around Queenstown is considered by many to be at the very pinnacle of freshwater brown trout fishing on the planet. Brown trout are not the only species down south but the South Island is certainly more well known for its large, extremely wily brownies than its rainbows, salmon or kawhai. However all these make for a destination providing fly fishing expeditions par none.
The Bay of Islands, on the north east coast of Aotearoa, is renowned for its Blue and Striped Marlin. Tuna and Mahi Mahi are also caught frequently in these waters. Striped Marlin are known for being spectacular to catch due to their renowned aerial displays. The thrill of catching a big game fish has never been sweeter than on the Alma G in the Bay of Islands. This historic game fishing vessel has been fully rebuilt and cruises at 18 knots. The Alma G is still a world record holder for sport fishing in the Bay of Islands, most famous for its Blue and Striped Marlin, Tuna and Mahi Mahi. Take a day or more to enjoy the mystery and adventure of marlin fishing.
From the Bay of Islands: Fully guided half day and full day fishing or cruising tours in the Bay of Islands . The thrill of catching a big game fish has never been sweeter than on the Alma G. This historic game fishing vessel has...
From Queenstown: Full day fly fishing from Queenstown, where the rivers and lakes have large wily brown trout and some have a mix of rainbow trout as well. Queenstown Fly Fishing for Rainbow and Brown Trout - You will be picked up...
Queenstown - Lumsden - Queenstown: The Southland Fly Fishing Homestay is a great fishing trip allowing you to get right into the heart of some of the best sight fly fishing in the South Island and can be fitted easily into your...