Spectacular Guided Fly Fishing Trips for Brown & Rainbow Trout
New Zealand Professional Flyfishing Guide Alan Campbell, welcomes you to the Mount Cook region in the Mackenzie Country of the Central South Island of New Zealand.
"I pride myself on providing a friendly and relaxed fly fishing experience that will make your fishing trip to New Zealand one to remember.
This means that no matter your level of skill with the fly rod, as a patient guide and tutor I can help you get the most from yourself."
I have a reputation for using innovative techniques where I devise tactics to suit the environmental circumstances as well as the clients. I utilise sight fishing at every opportunity, and practice catch and release in all rivers.
An added bonus for international fishermen, is that I am also fluent in French and certainly welcome anglers from any French speaking countries who wish to sample the delights of fly fishing in "île du sud de la Nouvelle Zélande".
As well as the opportunity to catch a beautiful NZ trout, you can also learn more about fly fishing from me by using practical fly patterns (all of mine are self tied), and the time and special care spent with the knots where I pay full attention to detail.
I mainly operate my guided fishing trips between the Waitaki river in the south-east to the Tekapo catchment further north although I travel further afield as conditions dictate.
There are over 30 streams and lakes all within 1 hour's drive from my base in Twizel including the Tekapo and Ahuriri rivers. Nearly all waters contain the omnipresent brown trout and many also have a good population of rainbows. In fact, some of the best South Island rainbow trout streams are to be found in this region.
If you are seeking that special angling experience then you should see me!
Random Fishing Videos
|A successful angler on a trip with Alan||Catch & Release|
|Spawning Sockeye Salmon||Netting a trout|
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