Guided Fly Fishing, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand

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Your New Zealand Trout Fishing Adventure


Riverside Angling guides in the top of New Zealand's South Island. Renowned as one of the world's top brown trout fisheries, the region offers miles of pristine clear rivers with healthy stocks of wild brown trout. With over 30 rivers and streams accessible by 4wd, hiking or helicopter, we will arrange the perfect NZ fly fishing adventure for your schedule, mobility and/or experience.

Helifishing - New Zealand

There are spectacular trout fishing locations in New Zealand that can't be reached without serious hiking. Helifishing enables us to access these remote fishing areas quickly, maximising the time you have to fish. Depending on your schedule, we can overnight or fly out later in the day.

Hiking and Fishing Adventures

Interested in hiking and fishing? The Nelson's regions surrounding national parks offer a network of hiking trails that follow some of New Zealand's finest brown trout fishing rivers.

We offer hiking and fishing adventures into the remote back country and wilderness areas, limited only by the length of your holiday. Staying in basic huts or river side tent camps, experience the complete NZ fly fishing adventure. Porter and camp manager service available.

Whether you want a wilderness experience, or only have a few fishing hours in your schedule, we can arrange a helicopter charter to suit. Contact me here to book your helifishing or campout experience in New Zealand.
Trout fish in remote areas, South Island, New Zealand
Guided Fly Fishing, Steve Perry  Tel & Fax: +64 (0)3 526 6751  Mobile: 021 15 13 991   Email:Steve@GuidedFlyFishing.co.nz
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