A younger looking Tony Entwistle (right), with client John Hewitt from the United States of America, holding for the camera one of four 10lb plus trout caught and released in a single afternoon in the Nelson region. Hiring a trout fishing guide. Now retired, Tony is a Life Member and former President of the NZPFGA.
Hiring a Trout Fishing Guide – Why Hiring a Guide is a Good Idea

Hiring a Trout Fishing Guide By Allan Burgess Our fishing guides are doing it tuff.

This spring creek brown still has my Pheasant Tail Nymph in its mouth - the same fly I lost a week earlier! Landed on a bead-head Hare & Copper with poly-yarn strike indicator. Photo courtesy Sam Corliss.
Strike Indicator – Looking at Different Indicators for Nymph Fishing

Strike Indicator – Looking at Different Strike Indicators By Paul Corliss I’m not talking about.

I wonder how many of the huge trout caught and released in the Twizel Canals survive the ordeal and go on to spawn the next generation. Photograph courtesy of Lance Gill and Fish The Drift NZ.
Catch and Release or Catch and Kill – By Dick Marquand

“A good game fish is too valuable to be caught only once.” Lee Wulff Advice.

This Lake Hayes brownie fall for a Dragonfly Nymph, a favourite fly of stillwater anglers. Stillwater-brownies.
Stillwater Brownies – Favourite Flies For Stillwater Brown Trout

Stillwater Brownies – Six Favourite Flies by Dick Marquand Generally speaking, brown trout inhabiting Stillwaters.

The Waimakariri River in flood- no fishing today! A 1000 years ago the Waimakariri River ran into Lake Ellesmere. It is now "fenced" in by stopbanks.
Floods and Their Impact on Trout Fishing and Trout Food

By Monty Wright Nature’s creation of rivers was originally developed by excessive rain falling on.

Graeme Smith with his 5lb rainbow from Larry's Creek (near Reefton). Catch and Release.
Catch and Release – Exquisite Moment at Larry’s Creek

Catch and Release – Exquisite Moment at Larry’s Creek – also known as the Awarau.

Monty Wright with rainbow trout. An eye for the water.
An eye for the Water – A Study of Trout and Where to Find Them

By Monty Wright The habits of various kinds of trout differ considerably. Even though transplanted.

Graeme Smith being assisted by West Coast guide Zane Murfin.
Fly Fishing Getting Started – Excellent Advice for Beginners

Fly Fishing – Getting Started – Why quality advice really makes a huge difference By.

The Rees River has many attributes of a wilderness fishery, low fishing pressure and large trout amidst breathtaking scenery.
Glenorchy, Anglers’ Eldorado, Rees, Dart Rivers, Diamond, Lake Wakatipu

Glenorchy Fishing, The Anglers’ Eldorado Glenorchy, The Rees and Dart Rivers, The Diamond System –.

A nice salmon from above Jack's Pass. Hurunui River Secrets.
Hurunui River Secrets – How to Fish – Secrets of the Four Sections

Hurunui River Secrets – River-craft comes from experience and the application of an inquiring mind.