Turangi is a very small township located in the central North Island of New Zealand. Its population may be small but it’s reputation is big. This lovely township is known for its amazing trout fishing on the fabulous rivers and lakes that surround it. Few fishermen have fished in this region and come away empty handed. It truly is a dream come true for fishermen.
As a visitor to Turangi, you will be wanting to book into a Turangi accommodation that offers you all the comforts you can get in your own home. After a long and fulfilling day on the great lake you will no doubt be keen to put up your feet and reminisce. Perhaps you are keen to cook up your catch in a self catering motel room. Many establishments have areas where you can prepare your fish for dinner.
You just need to speak with any of the locals to get a feeling of welcome and belonging in this fantastic part of the country. Not only this, but the locals know some great fishing spots to cast your line. They will also be able to tell you the most comfortable Turangi accommodation available in the region. The locals are passionate about making you feel at home while you visit. They will be very keen to take you under their wings and show you around the area.
The types of fishing you can do here are varied. If you are a keen fly fishermen you will be very pleased to know that Turangi is most well known for this sport. In the winter months, you can fish for trout using live bait or in the summer months you might like to cast your line with a dry fly.
There are numerous fishing tour companies that offer services such as full day or half day river tours. These experts really do know the rivers and will have you pulling the magnificent trout out of the river in no time. Comfortable Turangi accommodation is readily available so be sure to book in advance to secure a great motel. Choose an option that will cater to your needs. For example, if you wish to cook your fish yourself you will be wanting to book a self contained unit with a full kitchen.
You will need to prepare yourself for your fishing expedition. You might just catch the greatest fish you have ever caught and you would not like to miss out on the opportunity to get a photo so remember your camera!