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some of the best fly fishing on the planet.     

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Based in the central North Island of New Zealand we fish more locations, using more techniques to put you in front of hard fighting Rainbow trout and stunning big Brown trout.   We guide clients on a range of stream, river and lake locations suited to all fly fishing tastes and skill levels.  Enjoy the famous Taupo and Turangi fishery, and other unique North Island NZ wilderness spots, with guidance from one of our experienced, friendly and patient fly fishing guides.

We will share with you: 

  • secret ‘hotspots’ that you’ll never forget
  • subtle tips that can drastically improve your flyfishing success rate
  • fly fishing techniques not widely applied by fishing guides in Taupo or NZ
  • great photos to capture your New Zealand flyfishing memories forever
  • genuine commitment to make your experience with us amazing

Learn more about the options for fly fishing adventures with a great local guide and enjoy the fishing videos, photos and Taupo region fly fishing reports on our website. When you are ready to book your dream trout fishing trip with the New Zealand Flyfishing company, or if you have any questions, please Contact Us

We look forward to sharing our love of fly fishing in New Zealand with you.

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Check out our latest fishing reports:

Taupo Fly Fishing Report 19 March 2014

Posted by admin on March 19, 2014

Well it has been an amazing summer and we have had little time in front of the computer, but we do have a whole stash of new fishing stories to tell and some new friends we have made.  While many Kiwis would say it hasn’t been the best summer weather-wise, it has been great for fly fishing with lots of smelt in Lake Taupo and loads of big fat noisy cicadas in the trees on the riverbanks.

The cold snap and rain last week may have been enough to stop the cicadas, but they are still worth a try with a small natural nymph dropper such as a size 14 Hare’s Ear.  After three months of munching them, some trout will still have a reflex reaction when they see a big dark shadow float down their food line.  Any big bushy impersonation will work as an attractor, but if you tie on a nymph dropper then a foam Cicada will give you more flotation than a deer hair pattern.

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Taupo Fly Fishing Report 16 December 2013

Posted by admin on December 15, 2013

The cicadas have been out singing on the last few warmer days.  They are a terrible distraction when you have to mow the lawns or dig the garden and you wish you were down on the river casting a cicada imitation to a big Brown trout!

Taupo has had some wacky weather over the last week, with rain followed by very hot spells, and a couple of big thunder storms with dramatic lightening shows.

As we have reported earlier, there are tonnes of smelt in the lake at the moment and you can have a lot of fun walking the shoreline looking for ‘boil-ups’ as the sea fishermen call them.  We don’t get the diving Gannets but you will see trout carving through the middle of the schools of smelt.  If you have a kayak or boat get out and drift and cast to them.  Anywhere from Waitahanui up to Wharewaka point is a good starting point.

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