Beech Trees

Beech Trees masting in large numbers is enough to get many anglers excited. Often the season after a hot summer can mean beech trees mast, dropping huge numbers of seed on the More »

Clients and Guides equal Teamwork

Fly fishing guiding has many components to making a successful day for both the client and the guide. At the end of the day it is teamwork. A good guide will work More »

Fly Fishing Queenstown early season

Fly Fishing Queenstown and local area over the last month has not been the easiest in regard to the weather. The typical spring weather has been bringing thru plenty of fronts delivering More »

Fly fishing Queenstown in the heat of New Zealand summer

As the days are long and hot fly fishing Queenstown back country can be quite arduous on the body with many kilometers covered to get some of the best fly fishing in More »

Spotting NZ Trout

Spotting NZ trout is a bit of an art form in a funny way and some anglers become very adept at it, others do not. I often get asked how on earth More »

Fly Fishing Queenstown be ready for the 2011/12 season!

Fly Fishing Queenstown has one month to go before the 2011-2012 new season opens. Ye haa! Like fishing anywhere to be successful fly fishing Queenstown it pays to get your gear ready More »


Other Fly Fishing Guides in NZ

In the case that I am already booked at the time of your inquiry for a fly fishing expedition in the Queenstown/Southern Lakes/Southland region, or in group situations where a second guide is required I am happy to recommend Chris Dore to accommodate your needs.

If you are fishing in other areas of the South Island during your stay I recommend you get in touch with the following excellent guides:

CanterburyNigel Birt

Nelson/Upper West Coast: Zane Mirfin

If you are fishing in the North Island during your stay I recommend you get in touch with the following excellent guides:

For Fresh Water: Mark Aspinall

For Salt Water Fly (SWF):  SALTFLYER.

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