In the Pacific, some 1000 km southeast of Australia, lies two huge and smaller islands, which was discovered in 1642 by Dutchman Abel Tasman, and a century later, on his first trip, sailed famous English sailor James Cook. They make up the geographically most isolated state of the world - New Zealand or Aotearoa, the earth of a long white cloud, as the natives of the Polynesians call originally. The team of "Fishing and Hunting" spent 25 days in New Zealand. We enjoyed on both main islands. We spotted attractive places and unreally beautiful landscapes on the sea and on the land. We will remembered this exciting expedition for much, but also because we managed to catch some of finest fish of New Zealand.