Category Archives: Southland-Fiordland

Te Anau, Fiordland – New Zealand’s fly fishing capital

Te Anau – New Zealand’s fly fishing capital View across Lake Manapouri. Te Anau, to either the dedicated fishermen with ample time to spare or to the angler who can only spare a few hours, it’s the ideal base for a fishing holiday. Te Anau is the hub of the Fiordland World Heritage Park, with a population of 1,911 in the 2013 census, More...

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By Allan Burgess On Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
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Fiordland Deep-Sea Fishing, Doubtful Sound, Breaksea Sound, blue cod and groper

Genesis II at Deep Cove, Doubtful Sound, Fiordland. Fiordland Deep-Sea Fishing I had an opportunity to return to Fiordland by adding my name to a list for a charter onboard the Genesis II. This trip was organised More...

By Allan Burgess On Tuesday, November 25th, 2014
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Fiordland Sea Fishing Adventure

A Fiordland groper. Fiordland Sea Fishing There is a spot just past Oke Island where the bottom slopes down to over 200 metres. Stoney started us at the 60m crest and then we would drift back down the slope letting More...