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Pure Fly NZ

Each episode follows a different pair of anglers as they explore one of the incredible fly fishing opportunities that New Zealand has to offer.

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    Season 3, Episode 1
    • Wednesday 23 Sep

    PG Cory Scott and Chris Sharland team up again for another hilarious adventure into the wilds of the North Island's backcountry. What should be a simple foray for some 'easy' wild rainbows turns into another roller-coaster ride of emotions.

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      • Wednesday 23 Sep

      PG Cory Scott and Chris Sharland team up again for another hilarious adventure into the wilds of the North Island's backcountry. What should be a simple foray for some 'easy' wild rainbows turns into another roller-coaster ride of emotions.

      • Wednesday 30 Sep

      M Veteran fishing guides Mike Kirkpatrick and Hans Kreuer journey to a famous river in North Canterbury that has been producing a lot of big brown trout throughout the 2020 season. The results are mind-blowing even for these seasoned anglers.

      • Wednesday 7 Oct

      M High in the alpine tiers at the base of the Andes Mountains in Argentina is a lake that has gained a reputation for producing rainbow trout of incredible sizes. Its official name is Lago Strobel, but most fishermen know it by its nickname 'Jurassic Lake'. We travel there with Nick Reygaert and his good mate Craig Rist for a week's fishing.

      • Wednesday 14 Oct

      ML Rene Vaz, Yohsi Nakagawa, Cam Forsman, Nick Reygaert and Chris Reygaert explore the surprising variety of winter trout fishing available in New Zealand to the enterprising angler, proving that in NZ the season never really ends!

      • Wednesday 21 Oct

      M For hardcore salt fly anglers, a big kingfish on fly is probably NZ's greatest challenge. To put the odds in our favour we took Anto Hall and Jeff Forsee on a huge mission 60km offshore to Manawatāwhi / Three Kings Islands and put our tackle to the ultimate test on some huge kingfish and trevally.