Adventure and explore with Anglers Passport your tour guide to fishing the world.  Trophy deep sea, and fresh water sportfishing in New Zealand, Australia, North America, and South America.
Anglers Passport to fishing the World.  Itineraries for trophy, fresh and salt water fishing destinations, in New Zealand, Australia, North America, South America.

     Your Passport to Fishing the World.  Luxury sportfishing tours, fresh and salt water deluxe itineraries.  Trophy, big game charters with luxury resorts and lodges.

Australian fishing adventures and tours.  Excellent blend of fresh and salt water trophy fishing.  Great Barrier Reef charters, or downriver drift fish the many estuaries.
New Zealand fishing adventures and tours.  Fly fish for trout and salmon, saltwater, and big game fishing, combine fishing sightseeing tours, with that personal touch.
Alaska, Canada, North America, Mexico, and Bahamas trophy fishing.  Abundant fresh and salt water sportfishing combinations.  Make all your fishing dreams come true.

Belize, Costa Rica, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Venezuela, and Christmas Island sport fishing and fly fishing adventures.  Deluxe tours and charters, trophy sportfishing uncompromized.
Contact Us about our special sportfishing and fly fishing destinations.  We have tours and charters on lakes, rivers and offshore fishing adventures with lodging in the best resorts.

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New Zealand Fly Fishing
 

 

 


 

 

Fly fishing for New Zealand's trout often requires skills and techniques unfamiliar to many trout fishermen. Anglers who have fished the flats for bonefish will adapt more quickly. Most New Zealand trout are taken while quietly stalking heron-like along the river's edge. Searching water clear as crystal for any tell-tale hint of trout.

Anglers rely heavily on the well trained eyes and experiences of their professional guide. The top New Zealand guides know the very best waters and which stretches hold the best fish.

Accuracy in casting in essential. Anglers should tone up their skill prior to going to New Zealand. Here you carefully stalk, mostly from the bank, though sometimes while wading, with your guide spotting fish for you.

Trout may show as a head on a light rock, perhaps a movement or flash, maybe a shadow out of place, a color variation, or the dark line of a tail. Spotting takes a practiced eye. Poloroid sun glasses are an absolute must for every angler.

The advantage of clear water makes spotting fish possible, but it is also a major handicap. Get rid of colored vests and red shirts and white hats. Don't show up with a fluorescent yellow or orange fly line. Light and bright should be replaced with dull and unobtrusive. Wear a wide brimmed green or brown hat and vest, and use only dull brown, green or gray lines.

Every kind of fly fishing adventure is possible in New Zealand. Including exclusive fishing lodges or simple bed and breakfasts, live-aboard yachts for blue-water fishing or homestay and farmstays.

Fly fishers soon become addicted to New Zealand style trout stalking, and quickly fall under the spell of this beautiful land. Upon returning home they can only count the days until they return.  Angler's Passport would be pleased to help you build a personal itinerary to match your interests and of course, budget.  We look forward to working with you soon.

 

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