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Seriously Fishy Stuff!

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  • New Zealand's Favorite Flies

    Dean Bell's Chapter from the bible on NZ trout flies.

    39 KB • PDF File • 18 June 2013

  • Season Report 2009-2010

    The year of the mice report.

    2.0 MB • PDF File • 15 June 2012

  • Season Report 2010-2011

    Included is the largest trout ever guided by Dean Bell.

    608 KB • PDF File • 15 June 2012

  • Season Report 2011-2012

    A brief synopsis of the events that occurred during the 11/12 trout season

    666 KB • PDF File • 15 June 2012

  • Season Report 2012- 2013

    Another great season of fly fishing in and around Fiordland

    2.7 MB • PDF File • 8 May 2013

  • Season Report 2013 - 2014

    The seasons catches and happenings compacted into a concise report.

    1.6 MB • PDF File • 1 May 2014

  • Season Report 2014 - 2015

    Another season chronicled for the archive.

    2.5 MB • PDF File • 8 May 2015

  • Season Report 2015 - 2016

    A wrap up of the past season and a hint of rodents for the next.

    918 KB • PDF File • 1 May 2016

  • Season Report 2016-2017

    Another year summised by weather and late summer monster trout on large dries.

    2.2 MB • PDF File • 2 May 2017

  • Stealth With a Fly DVD featuring Dean Bell

    Latest Release from Stealth Films featuring Dean Bell

    1.6 MB • WEBARCHIVE File • 12 December 2013

  • The Dead Drift DVD- featuring Dean Bell

    Available for preview and purchase here! I recently got my hands on a copy of "The Dead Drift" the latest offering for Stealth Films of New Zealand. There are a lot of fly fishing films out there. Lately the style of film that has been popular is the intense fish porn variety. Lots of music and jumping fish, slow motion takes and screaming reels. Nothing wrong with that, and it makes you want to fish but you don't learn much from those films. "The Dead Drift" is not that kind of film. It's beautifully filmed and full of great fishing moments but what sets it apart for me is the educational value. Host, Dean Bell, does a remarkable job of explaining his strategy as well as tactics while vacuuming some lovely New Zealand rivers. If your like me you don't need a DVD to tell you that you want to fish New Zealand but there's a lot to be said for one that tells you how to make your trip a success. Louie Cahill, USA

    21 KB • HTML Document • 15 June 2012