The highly anticipated second series of PURE FLY NZ. New Zealand reigns supreme as the ultimate fly fishing destination, capturing the imagination of anglers across the globe. Extensively exploring both the North & South Island the series flows through a collection of adventures that capture the Kiwi fly fishing experience. A North Island roadie, rafting the back country on the East Cape, chasing Winter canal trout in the McKenzie Country, willow grubbers in Southland and gigantic mouse-eating Fiordland trout! With nearly 3 hours of epic footage, this DVD will no doubt satisfy all those with an insatiable appetite for pure fly fishing action!
The first series of Pure Fly NZ set a new benchmark in fly fishing entertainment. Each of the 8 episodes follows a pair of passionate Kiwi anglers as they explore the stunning rivers, lakes and waterways of New Zealand. The series makes extensive use of aerial filming, super slow motion cameras, time-lapse photography and of course, the jaw-dropping natural beauty of NZ’s amazing back country to capture the true essence of the Kiwi fly fishing experience. With nearly 3 hours of epic footage, this series will no doubt satisfy all those with an insatiable appetite for pure fly fishing action!
The people, the scenery, the weather, the rivers, the lakes, the wilderness and the inevitable hunt for trophy trout.
Strap yourself in for a breathtaking ride through Australia’s fly fishing wonderland – Tasmania
Watch anglers battle giant sea trout in the wild rivers of Tasmania’s West Coast, stalk massive tailing trout in crystal clear highland lakes, marvel at the hidden beauty of rainforest creeks and experience a great hatch on Tassie’s fabled lowland rivers.
More than a century ago the first trout to ever be successfully transported into the Southern Hemisphere were hatched in the Salmon Ponds Hatchery in New Norfolk, Tasmania…..therefore when it comes to fly fishing downunder Tasmania is THE SOURCE.
Filmed by Nick Reygaert in stunning widescreen format, this is a captivating portrayal of what it means to fly fish in Tasmania.
The Source – New Zealand is the sequel to the highly acclaimed The Source – Tasmania. The Source Series exposes the best fly fishing destinations from around the world. Nick Reygaert, The Source – New Zealand’s director, says, “NZ offers a seemingly limitless amount of variety for fly fishers yet each person enjoys and values the fishery in their own unique way. With The Source – New Zealand we set out to capture those special moments that define a fishing trip and through these get a glimpse of what the Kiwi experience means to each of the featured anglers. For some, it means casting size 18 emergers to delirious brown trout during a blanket hatch, for others it’s the triumph of catching a 10lb plus fish on a dry fly, for others it’s a jet boat ride into a remote fiord!”
New Zealand reigns supreme as the ultimate fly fishing destination, capturing the imagination of anglers across the globe. Extensively exploring the South Island with an eclectic group of anglers, the film flows through a collection of stories that personify the New Zealand fly fishing experience. Imagine casting tiny emerger patterns to delirious brown trout during a blanket hatch, the triumph of catching a trophy fish on a dry fly or a jet boat ride into a remote fiord.
Filmed during the best year for big fish in the last decade, The Source – New Zealand features breathtaking fly fishing moments captured using HD cameras, stunning aerials and crystal clear underwater footage. From acclaimed director, Nick Reygaert, this film sets a new benchmark in fly fishing entertainment.
The Source – Iceland is the third and final film in the highly acclaimed “The Source” Series which exposes the best fly fishing destinations from around the world. Iceland stands alone and proud on the edge of the Artic circle in the far Northern Atlantic. It is well known as the world’s largest volcanic island and a land of constant contradictions. But it is the quantity and quality of fly fishing for salmon, trout and artic char that make this powerful land a nirvana for the adventurous fly fisher.
Volcanoes, glaciers and cascading water, Iceland’s magnetic allure is irresistible for the traveling fly fisher.
In this land of myths and legends, nature tells it’s own epic saga. From the river of their birth, the mighty salmon make the journey out to sea to grow strong, returning each year bringing nourishment to the land and it’s people.
The pristine rivers and lakes are home to four indigenous salmonid species – Salmon, Brown Trout, Arctic Char and Sea Trout – a bounty of opportunity.
Sight fish to salmon in crystal clear rivers, search a remote fiord for arctic char, tempt massive trout from volcanic spring creeks and battle sea trout in the southern rivers.