Bay of Plenty Fishing
The Bay of Plenty is a stunning region boasting breathing volcanic and geothermal landscapes complete with forested mountain ranges and long sandy beaches. Bay of Plenty Fishing offers a range of fishing options including chartered fishing in the Bay of Plenty and fly fishing in the Bay of Plenty’s sparkling lakes and rivers. Choose from hiring the fishing tackle and trying your luck at finding the good fishing spots or take a guided fishing tour from an experienced fishing guide. more
Come and live your fishing dream with Bay of Plenty fishing. Bay of Plenty sea fishing includes the prized table fish Snapper while fly fishing includes the coveted Trout game fish. New Zealand is known for its quality fishing and attracts anglers from all over the world for its fly fishing, chartered fishing and deep sea game fishing.
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A Kiwi Bay of Plenty Fishing, mussel farm fishing, and Hunting business that lets you choose between saltwater or freshwater fishing or local hunting. Novice or experienced. Lindsay will teach and share his childhood passion in and around Whakatane, White Island, Whale or Raurimu Islands and Rotorua and Taupo Lakes. Trout, Snapper, Kingfish, all gear supplied.
Mobile-friendly - Taupo's Float Plane is one of the top things to do in Taupo. Enjoy a unique flightseeing experience over Tongariro National Park, the Bay of Plenty and, of course, Great Lake Taupo. We have a great selection of options and packages for experiencing one of NZ's most scenic regions. Highly experienced flight-crew for your comfort and total confidence.
Mobile-friendly - Wairata is a vast remote mountainous wilderness within easy reach of Rotorua. Few places can match the unique natural setting, the 5,000-acre farm is adjacent to the Urewera National Park, one of the largest untouched stretches of native forest left in the North Island of our beautiful country New Zealand.
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