Guided fishing on the Boyle River

The Boyle River in North Canterbury, is a tributary of the Hope River. It flows south, then west before curving round to the southeast and then joining with the Hope. State Highway 7 follows the course of the river for some distance south of the Lewis Pass; the pass itself is located less than five kilometres to the west of the river’s source. The upper reaches of the river form a deep valley between the Opera Range and the Libretto Range. In some sections, the Boyle is a turbulent steep bush-clad river but it also has sections that are flat and open meadow like.

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