Barry and Cathy Beck will be hosting clients at both Riverview Lodge and Owen River Lodge. This trip can be confirmed in its entirety from February 7 – 21, 2018 or there is flexibility to book into either lodge for just a portion of the trip.
Anglers will enjoy six full days of guided fly fishing for trout at Riverview Lodge and then transfer to Owen River Lodge for an additional six days of fishing. Lunch served streamside. Return each evening for cocktails, dinner and overnight accommodation.
Riverview Lodge is nestled on a plateau with panoramic views of the Hamner Springs Valley offering five comfortable guest bedrooms. Owen River Lodge has a maximum capacity of 12 guests staying in six luxuriously-appointed detached cottage suites.
Double occupancy / Shared Guide: $4,770 pp
Single occupancy / Single Guide: $6,894 pp
Owen River Lodge:
Double occupancy / Shared Guide: $5,976 pp
Single occupancy / Single Guide: $8,604 pp
Cost subject to change with fluctuation of exchange rate
Guests fly to Christchurch and are transferred 90 minutes to Riverview Lodge. Enjoy six days of guided fishing in the middle of some of the largest brown trout in New Zealand. On Wednesday, February 14, the group will transfer the two and a half hours to Owen River Lodge in the Nelson lakes / Murchison region. The lodge’s location affords an enormous choice and variety of fishing opportunities with over 25 rivers and streams are accessible within a 90 minute drive.
Longtime Frontiers trip hosts and photographers, the Becks travel far and wide to follow their love for fly fishing and nature photography. Based in Pennsylvania, Barry and Cathy write books, host fly fishing departures, lead African photo safaris, and operate a stock photography business. The Becks are well-known in the fishing, photography, and travel industries, and possess a stellar reputation for their skill, knowledge, and expertise born out of a 20 year career.
Their most recent books include Cathy Beck’s Fly Fishing Handbook, now in its third edition; Fly Waters Near and Far, a coffee table book of photographs, and a soon-to-be-released book on Alaska.