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Trout fishing, Lake Taupo

Lake Taupo region is “One of the world’s greatest naturally reproducing wild trout fisheries”.

LAKE TAUPO – THE ‘GREAT LAKE’

 

Lake Taupo’s reputation as a trout-fishing haven stretches across the globe, and this is in no small part due to its massive size.

This is the biggest lake in Australasia and is roughly the size of Singapore.

An abundance of brown and rainbow trout can be fished all year round (with a licence). But this is just one activity of the many on offer; get a feel for the immensity of Lake Taupo by kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing or sailing.

 

Experience some of New Zealand’s best trout Fishing with professional fly fishing guide Brett Cameron.

Taupo offers world class fly fishing in its surrounding streams & rivers, with anglers from around the world travelling here to catch our wild rainbow and brown trout.

Your guide Brett Cameron caters for the first time angler through to the experienced fly fisherman.  Choose from many fishing packages – Lake fishing onboard Maverick, a 7 metre Haines Hunter ,or Fly fishing one of the many rivers around Lake Taupo.

For further information visit http://www.cpf.net.nz

 

Having hooked your trout

– bring it home and we will smoke it and prepare it for you to enjoy with a glass of New Zealand white wine!

Some Lake related info-

  • Maori rock carvings are 10 metres high and are only accessible by boat on lake Taupo.  The main carving depicts the likeness of Ngatoro-i-rangi, a visionary Maori navigator who guided Tuwharetoa and Te Arawa tribes to the Taupo area over a thousand years ago.
  • Horomatangi Reef is the deepest part of Lake Taupo.  The reef forms the original volcanic crater from the Lake Taupo eruption along with the White Cliffs.
  • towering 1000 feet above water and continuing 300 feet below the Karangahape Cliffs are found on the western shores of Lake Taupo.  These impressive cliffs of superhot and solidified volcanic ash are a sight to be seen.
  • To maintain Lake taupo as a wild trout fishery, you have to catch one if you want to taste one, and at 90% of the trout population you’re most likely to catch a Rainbow than a Brown.