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Every day of the week to give you any added information and direction you may need. Our site is the best option for visitors because if there’s a fish on your mind you will get direction and information on how to go looking for that fish.

On sportfisher.nz, you can find articles on where to fish and who provides the best charter to use in your fishing experience. 

Are you looking

for the right location to have the best fishing experience?

Caring for the environment.

 Then New Zealand it is!! New Zealand offers one of the best fishing experiences because of the numerous seas and rivers they have in that area. We are here to provide you with relevant information regarding what place to go to have an awesome experience.

Many fishing charters can give you the best experience in New Zealand. Each fishing charters have fishes they target so when you hire their services, they’ll most likely go after their target fishes. The most popular fishes they target include Snapper, Trevally, John Dory, Kahawai, Kingfish, and occasionally even sharks.

You can

fish in a variety of.

 Freshwater and saltwater environments, so it’s a win-win situation. It’s okay if you’re coming to New Zealand for the first time and aren’t sure where to begin, don’t worry our services will cover all your needs.

New Zealand

Has saltwater and freshwater fishing opportunities for all types of anglers.

There’s no place on Earth where you can catch more Striped Marlin than the North Island in New Zealand. The blue marlin is a popular spot, as well as snapper, yellowfin tuna, hapuka, yellowtail amberjack, and trevally.

As good as the action is on the freshwater front it is the same on the saltwater front. There are plenty of big Rainbow and Brown Trout in the unspoiled streams and mountain rivers of the South Island. And did we mention that Chinook Salmon (Quinnat) will also be available? The South Island’s east coast is swarming with Quinnat in spring and summer.

You're best off turning to a

 New Zealand charter for guidance when you have such a large amount of biodiversity and land to consider. And we have a list of charters on our site for your viewing pleasure.  You can't overstate the importance of a trustworthy skipper, whether you're fishing in the wilderness or planning a multi-day Marlin hunt.

The bay offers everything from half-day excursions to week-long fly-fishing excursions, so choose what works for you. It is possible to charter a boat from Taupo, Auckland, or Tairua. Even if you're going out with a charter, you must have a valid fishing license before you begin fishing. There are several types of licenses, so find the one that works best for you and take it to the water.