Fly Fishing - Multi Day Safari

Fly Fishing - Multi Day Safari from NZ fly Fishing Expeditions

By: NZ fly Fishing Expeditions  08-Nov-2009
Keywords: Fishing, Trout Fishing, Fly Fishing

Day One – I will pick you up from the Queenstown airport or your Queenstown accommodation at a pre-arranged time. Depending on the forecast for the next few days we will head out of Queenstown and towards the area that is going be best suited to start our expedition taking into account of what may happen to the weather in a few days time – this will constantly be assessed throughout the course of the expedition to maximize your time and fishing opportunties. After some fishing on the way to our first nights camp, we set up camp, eat some kai (dinner) and get ready for the next day on the river. You may be able to get the evening rise in at our selected camp site.

Days 2 and 3 – After a hearty breakfast at camp, some lunch prep we will head off hunting for those big NZ trout in our chosen area. This may mean we just walk direct from our campsite or it could involve a short drive from our camp area before starting to fish. Many of the areas we will stop in have multiple options to fish different water in the nearby area without having to move camp every day – sometimes we may need to move camp more regularly. After we have finished fishing for the day, its’ back to camp for some kai and maybe it’s time to move on to our next area. When it comes time to move we can choose the time of our departure either by rising early and moving in the morning and fishing a stream on the way to our next locale or by moving in the evening after a days fishing depending on where our next location is and the energy levels we have left!

Day 4 –This is your last day to hit some fishing as you return to Queenstown accommodation or the Queenstown airport as required and the end of a great trip.

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