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Larry Becker

Todd Adolph is an outstanding guide.  Not only is his skill at spotting fish, selecting the correct fly, and getting a fish to the net is outstanding, but he is also a great casting instructor.  ToRead more

Autumn gold

 Autumn time produces some incredible colouration as the Browns look to woo the opposite sex. Read more

John Kaplan

"As an experienced fly fisherman, that has hired a number of guides, I can say that Todd ranks with the best of them.  He knows the local streams well and knows how to catch beautiful New ZealandRead more

Gibbie Bruce

"Sight fishing in New Zealand’s gin clear rivers was completely new to me but Todd made the experience magical. He quickly made me feel at ease with his easy going nature and professionalism.Read more

Anna & Charley Garcia

"My husband and I spent a wonderful day fly fishing on a river and a creek outside of Queenstown. Todd was a great guide, providing lots of information about the area and offering us a variety ofRead more

Alex Spiliotes

 “I had an absolute blast fishing with Todd. His ability to spot fish and put my friend and I in the best possible position to land them kept us in the game for the entirety of our two days on theRead more

Ryder Bartholomew

"Todd brought me to places I’ve always dreamed of going and put me on my “fish of a lifetime” dozens of times over the week I spent with him.  A few hours into the trip, and it felt like I wasRead more

Checklist for planning your dream trip

The list is provided to assist you in planning your equipment for your time with us. Because our fish are wild and living in gin-clear water, they have advantages in vision that surprise many anglersRead more

Areas to target feeding trout on NZ rivers

Areas to target feeding trout on NZ rivers   You will find trout in places where food sources are abundant, and the living is easy.  Here are some insights, so you have an easier time catchingRead more

Stalking approach in New Zealand gin clear waters

You spot a feeding fish in New Zealand gin-clear waters, feeding like crazy swinging side to side and rising to the surface. The excitement, your heartbeat quickens. You rush to get in position toRead more

The history of acclimatisation

Brown trout were first introduced into NZ (Canterbury) IN 1867. Shipments were originally from the test and two other waters in the UK. They came via Hobart, Tasmania.  Rainbow trout wereRead more

Shane Bastiaans

“For me this day was a dream come true, the day could not have been any better. I have still got a smile on my face. Thanks very much, Todd for the amazing fishing, your patience, and tutorage.Read more

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