We Carry Only Quality Fishing Products
Large range of fly lines
We are Czech Nymphing Specialists
Talk to Steve or Grant to get the best advise
Exclusive suppliers of Hanak Czech nymph rods reels, fluro beads and nets.
Some of our Quality Tackle:Check in store for all products lines and suppliers
Temple Fork TFO Rods
Full range of Manic Tackle Products
Kilwell – nets
Full Selection of Accessories:
Polaroid Sunglasses, LED Lenser, Wading Sticks, Nets, Waist packs, Turangi Fishing Caps, Loon Range of products, Smith Creek, Insect Repellents, Sun screen, Yowie head gear, N.Z made range of Selke hats. Rio, Sightfree, flurocarbon, Maxima nylon, “Trout Hunter Fluro, Sling Pack Vests” trout hunter is a brand of fluro, Sling Pack Vests seperater.
We have a try before you buy on our rods. You don’t want to just swing your rod around in the shop and call it sold. You want to feel what its like out on the river. We think like you!
Don’t Forget the Perfect Gift – Gift Vouchers
The gift that keeps on giving, let them choose their own perfect gift
Learn Euro nymphing, Buy a Czech nymph rod from us and get a
1 hr free lesson in the basics
Join the Creel Club
We Stock a Complete Range of Fishing Flies
Come and visit to see our full selection
Dry flies, Wet Flies, Nymphs, Czech nymphs
New Zealand’s Oldest Tackle Shop
Those boys at Creel are bursting with knowledge. I arrive from USA each year and first thing I do is go down to Creel for a Coffee and a chat with Steve – the guy lives fishing and the river, I bet he even dreams of trout at night! Good On You Mate! See you In February.
I don’t buy my fishing tackle anywhere but with Steve and Grant. I wouldn’t waste my money, I have never once been given the wrong advice. Creel Tackle have arranged fishing guides and great packaged lunches for me and my family. I am happy to say that we feel like we are coming back to good friends each time we come to Turangi. Thank You
I love a yarn with these guys, great knowledge fantastic tackle.
There he stands, draped in more equipment than a telephone lineman, trying to outwit an organism with a brain no bigger than a breadcrumb, and getting licked in the process.~Paul O'Neil, 1965
There he stands, draped in more equipment than a telephone lineman, trying to outwit an organism with a brain no bigger than a breadcrumb, and getting licked in the process.