Corporate Appreciation Days

There is no better way for a company to show appreciation to valued employees than to present them with a valued gift voucher from Rod & Fly. Your company could be providing your employees with an experience that will have them returning to work refreshed, stimulated and enjoying closer relationships with co-workers. What a great way to reward that important client or follow up on a great deal.

Bookings are essential and we prefer 3 days' notice (with confirmation of numbers attending). When booking please specify the tour number and name as listed above.

Tours are available 7 days a week.
Contact Rod & Fly for Tour Group prices.

Tour Options:

TOUR ONE - Half-day

Group size: minimum of 5 and maximum of 16.


  • half-day fly fishing tuition with Mike and his team fishing the extensive waters of the fishery
  • 3 hours on the water
  • all equipment including rods, flies, nets etc.
  • morning or afternoon tea.

TOUR TWO  Full Day

Group size: minimum of 6 and a maximum of 16.


  • full day fly fishing the extensive waters of the fishery
  • theory on the techniques of fly fishing over morning coffee
  • casting practice to get that action right
  • putting those new skills into practice on the water.

Morning and afternoon teas and lunch are provided.

Mike's Happy Cu...
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Dear Mike,

Well the good news is that Clare and I stopped off at Brumbys on Sunday and both of us thought that our casting had improved considerably. Clare in particular felt that she was in control and that she was casting further with more accuracy and less fuss.

We both really enjoyed last Thursday. We really appreciated the patient way that you talked us through everything from getting the best out of our equipment to releasing fish. While it is always a fabulous moment when you see a fish take a fly, it is just as informative to see a refusal.

What was special was having an expert commentary all the way through the process. We learnt so much in one day and had great fun, we would like to get back in touch. A day on Meadowbank or Bronte is a tempting prospect.

Cheers, Hamish