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Go Bush offers guiding in wilderness headwaters and a riverside cabin on a 3000 acre property which borders 20 kilometres of the Whanganui River.
Danny, Rocky and Kelvin offer access to waters previously accessible only on foot, up river camp outs, and a special deal for experienced Kiwi anglers.
Home ph (Danny) +64 7 896 6884
Home ph (Kelvin) +64 7 377 3434
Mobile (Kelvin) 027 415 0922
The Go Bush cabin is marked on the upper Whanganui River map.
Access to the camp area is provided by 4×4 Suzuki jeeps. Your driver/guides will ensure you safe passsage on a 15km forested trail. The 90 minute journey takes in views of the North Island Central Plateau, Mt Ruapehu, Mt Ngauruhoe and the sacred mountain of the Tuwharetoa people, Mt Tongariro.
Fishing waters Whanganui River
Fishing options include:
Two to four day guided trips along the Whanganui River which include meals, transport, riverside accommodation and guides between October and June
A limited number of trips per year, focussed on making each a memorable and unique experience.
The ‘Kiwi Deal’ for experienced New Zealand fishermen who have their own rods and tackle and want to supply their own food. Your local driver/guide provides transport and river guiding as necessary.
Up river camp outs for one or two anglers. A guide, horses, tents, bedding, cutlery and cookware provided as part of the overnight wilderness angling experience.
About your guides
Brothers Danny, Rocky and Kelvin Hemepo:
Have extensive knowledge of the upper Whanganui River and surrounding area.
Cater for all levels from novice to expert
Also offer hunting, 4WD tours and horse riding around the upper Whanganui River area
Remote and stunningly beautiful with the Whanganui on your doorstep
The cabin offers the following features and facilities:
Set in native forest on the river
Outdoor BBQ area and breakfast bar with the Whanganui River flowing just metres below
Fully catered or self catered stays
Regular visits from endangered whio whio (blue ducks)