Once in a Blue MoonIncredible Cinematography Shot in beautiful high definition ‘Once in a Blue Moon’ reveals this bizarre story. Stunning cinematography, never before seen underwater footage, fantastic fly fishing and amazing trout behavior will take you deep into the tale of the fabulous and mysterious “Mouse Year”.
WINNER - Drake Magazine Flyfishing Film Competition
A Stroll Through Brown Trout Countryby Les Hill and Graeme Marshall
A Stroll Through Brown Trout Country is a celebration of their joint exploration of brown trout habitat over more than three decades. The book is lavishly illustrated with superb images from the camera of Les Hill, complemented by Graeme's vivid descriptions of people, places and fish.
Fish Species of New ZealandThis book is the result of research and observation of fishes most commonly caught (and sometimes confused) by commercial and recreational fishers. Jorge Hirt-Chabbert provides a user-friendly guide that makes the process of identifying your catch simple. Visual clues are the paramount guide to naming your fish, with technical information about the species kept to a minimum. Each entry includes facts that will enhance your knowledge of a species such as spawning times, average length and weight, and physical features unique to a species. Fish Species of New Zealand is a book for all fishers, whether beginner or expert.
South Island Trout Fishing Guide2009 Edition John Kent's South Island Trout Fishing Guide is a comprehensive guide to the South Island's incomparable trout fishing waters. More than 400 rivers and 150 lakes are described, along with their location, access, fishing season and appropriate techniques and flies. This book will be of special interest to anglers who enjoy the challenge of exploring and fishing new water. The author has revised and updated this edition of the South Island Trout Fishing Guide to include additional rivers and all new photographs.
OUR #1 SELLING BOOK!!
Volcanic Trout"Brendon Mathews' book will become an essential companion for the thousands of anglers who seek high adventure in Taupo waters every year. Brilliantly illustrated with 200 full-colour photographs and maps, there is no facet of the fishery that this book doesn't cover - from an introduction to the region's violent and explosive past, through the natural history of brown and rainbow trout and a detailed description of all the lakes, rivers and streams in the region, to fishing equipment, methods and techniques.