Location: New Zealand - Te Anau
Season: October 1 - April 30
Capacity: 20 guests in the main lodge and 5 in each of the two log cabins.
Set in a spectacular World Heritage area, with breathtaking views of Lake Te Anau and the surrounding mountains, Fiordland Lodge offers true wilderness fishing on more than 40 uncrowded rivers and streams within a 1½ hour drive of the lodge. Many more can be accessed by optional helicopter fly-ins direct from the lodge.
Ron Peacock, co-owner and operator of Fiordland, has been fly fishing for approximately 30 years and has an intimate knowledge of the rivers, mountains and forests in the area. Prior to owning Fiordland Lodge, his career was in conservation land management and he spent 25 years as a National Park Ranger with 18 of those in Fiordland National Park. Due to his experience and knowledge, he is currently a Search and Rescue Advisor for the New Zealand Police Department.
Robynne Peacock has been involved with tourism for 40 years and has hiked extensively throughout the South Island. Both Robynne & Ron have an extensive knowledge of the natural and local history, which enhances their guests' experience.