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Motueka
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ABEL TASMAN
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Picton
Marlborough
Sounds Mapua World of Wearable Arts Pupu Springs Massive Shark Catch Wharariki Beach Abel Tasman National Park Takaka Collingwood Road to Anatori Road to Totaranui Upper Moutere Rabbit Island Nelson Lakes Kaiteriteri Motueka Nelson Kahurangi National Park - photos supplied by John at Kahurangi Guided Walks Great Taste Trail
  • World of Wearable Arts

    WOW has been described as "Mardi Gras meets Haute Couture". Ref - www.theprow.org.nz
  • Pupu Springs

    The freshwater springs are the largest cold water springs in the Southern Hemisphere2 and second only to the Antarctica’s Weddell Sea in clarity. Every second between 10,000 and 14,0003 litres of water are released from the springs, whose depth has never been accurately determined.
  • Massive Shark Catch

    A mako shark weighing nearly half a tonne was found in the Mapua estuary. The 3.6-metre giant was being stored in an industrial freezer in Richmond until its public autopsy in mid-December.
  • Wharariki Beach

  • Abel Tasman National Park

  • Takaka

  • Collingwood

  • Road to Anatori

  • Road to Totaranui

  • Upper Moutere

  • Rabbit Island

  • Nelson Lakes

  • Kaiteriteri

  • Motueka

  • Nelson

  • Kahurangi National Park - photos supplied by John at Kahurangi Guided Walks

  • Great Taste Trail

    Great Taste Trail to be continued
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  • Nelson

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    Regardless of your angling experience, I will arrange a trip which will enable you to enjoy the absolute best trout fishing our region has to offer. So, take up the challenge of stalking and sight fishing to large feisty brown trout, in pristine New Zealand waters. more...
    Fish the legendary wilderness fishing grounds of D'Urville and Stephens Islands in the Marlborough Sounds. We have plenty of ideas for an amazing day's boating and can design half-day or overnight trips to suit your requirements more...
    Fish now with the Strike Adventure Team for the best wild Brown Trout in the world. Our angling philosophy - "Fun, Safety and Excitement." more...
  • Takaka

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    Situated on the banks of the Anatoki River with a tranquil backdrop of native bush, you can relax and enjoy this unique experience. Entry is free, use of fishing rods and tackle is free. You only pay for what you catch more...
  • Wakefield

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    Guided Fly Fishing in Nelson, New Zealand is world renowned for its spectacular fly fishing locations. Stalking and site casting to big wild brown trout in crystal clear water is a fly fishermans dream come true more...
  • Collingwood

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    Come fly fishing in the spectacular rivers of the top of the South Island. I am vastly experienced in fly-fishing the region and am looking forward to sharing my wealth of knowledge of the fishery and the fish with you more...
  • Pohara

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    We specialise in small fishing groups, which enables you to have one to one guidance from Leigh on catching your fish. All bait & fishing gear is supplied, along with tea and coffee, a BBQ is available onboard for your use on all trips more...

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