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New Zealand

If you like upstream sighted flyfishing then New Zealand will be your dream destination. It is the ultimate in such fishing made more so by the extraordinary size of the wild trout. Combine this supreme fishing with some of the world’s most stunning scenery and guides and lodges that really know their stuff comparing favorably to any fishing lodge around the world and you have a very special experience which is unquestionably worth the journey. Frontiers have advised guests travelling to New Zealand to fish or just travel for over 40 years, nobody knows New Zealand better.

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UK Managing Director

Manages Frontiers UK office.


UK Sporting Specialist

Deals with Alphonse, Argentina, Iceland, Russia, and UK Shooting and Stalking.


Senior Program Manager

Specializes in Ireland, Scotland, Slovenia fishing. Plus, Australia and New Zealand fishing and leisure programs.


President

Specializes in all sporting programs across the company.

Lodges

Best of New Zealand, March 2017

Experience the Best of New Zealand: Hawke’s Bay, Christchurch and Queenstown

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Fiordland Lodge

Fine Fly Fishing and Eco-Tourism in the Fiordland and Southland Regions

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Kawhaka Lodge

Boutique lodging, breathtaking views and the fishing experience of a lifetime

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Owen River Lodge

Outstanding South Island sight-fishing Nelson Lakes region.

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Poronui Lodge

A premier luxury sporting lodge on New Zealand’s North Island

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Riverview Lodge

Trophy Trout in New Zealand’s Canterbury Region!

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Stonefly Lodge

Luxurious South Island fly fishing accommodation near Nelson

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Tongariro Lodge

Over 3 decades of fishing excellence in the Taupo District of the North Island

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Poronui - Big Game

The finest red stag, sika deer and other stalking, with luxury accommodation.

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Wildwood Lodge

A boutique North Island lodge just outside of Rotorua with great fishing!

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Nokomai Station

A Remote South Island Working Station with 20 kms of the Mataura River!

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