If you’re a fly fishing addict, you’ve probably heard of the Rotorua District. The area is so rich with rivers and tributaries, amazing streams, and lake systems, that some spots don’t see anglers for the whole season. Rotorua Trout Guide is a perfect choice for this famous region, whether you want to visit well-known spots or discover some of those hidden ones.
If you’re attracted by wilderness and want to catch fish in peace and quiet, there’s a way to reach the unreachable spots - by helicopter! These trips are best during summer, when you can go after aggressively feeding Trout. Summer months are great for Rainbow Trout wherever you go, as they migrate. You can also catch Brown Trout and practice dry fly fishing.
If you prefer fishing on a boat, you’ll have a 17’Quintrex boat available. This model accommodates up to 3 guests. She’s powered by a 90 HP Mercury engine, a wireless trolling motor, and navigational electronics.
Saltwater fishing is available as well and you can go after Yellowtail Amberjack (Kingfish). As you’ll get them in the shallow water, you’ll catch them too on a fly.
All fishing equipment, snacks, and drinks are included in the price. You’ll need to get your fishing license and pack sun protection. There’s an extra charge if you’re taking a helicopter to your fishing spot.
Experience fly fishing at its best. Join Rotorua Trout Guide!
Rods, reels & tackle
FAQs about Rotorua Trout Guide
- NZ $550 per group - Half Day Fly Fishing Trip (2 MAX) (5 hours)
- NZ $600 per group - 5 Hour Trip (5 hours)
- NZ $950 per group - Full Day Fly Fishing Trip (2 MAX) (9 hours)
- NZ $1,000 per group - Saltwater Fly Fishing Trip (9 hours)
- Wireless Trolling Motor
- Rods, reels & tackle
- Fly Fishing Equipment
- River Fishing
- Lake Fishing
- Inshore Fishing
- Flats Fishing
- Backcountry Fishing
- Fly Fishing
- Brown Trout
- Rainbow Trout (Steelhead)
- Yellowtail Amberjack
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