Trout Tales Tasmania are excited to help commemorate 200 years of the Bothwell township and the tradition of trout fly fishing in the region.
We are thrilled to be a part of the Bothwell Bicentennial Festival and hope to honour the tradition of trout fishing in the area with fly fishing demonstrations and fully guided fly fishing trips.
These activities will be held on Sunday the 16th October at the festival and are sure to provide a fantastic insight into trout fly fishing in the Central Highlands area.
Guided Fly Fishing Day Trip - 16th October
One of our experienced fly fishing guides will be operating an all inclusive, guided fly fishing day trip on Sunday 16th October. Whether you have never tried fly fishing, or are an experienced angler, this is the perfect opportunity to experience Tasmania's world class trout fishery. Places will be limited so be sure to book your spot!
The day will include:
- Pick up/return to Ratho Farm at Bothwell.
- All fly fishing gear required (rods, reels, lines, waders, boots etc.)
- Approx. 3-4 hours on the water fly fishing.
- Lunch and refreshments.
- Fully accredited and insured TGALT guides.
- Free Trout Tales merchandise
- Special Festival price $375 per person (usually $495)
To book your fishing day trip, fill in your information on our booking page and Matt will contact you with the relevant details.
Fly Fishing Demonstrations in Bothwell
We will also be holding multiple "introduction to fly fishing" sessions at the festival throughout the day.
The sessions will run for approximately 90 minutes and cover all aspects of fly fishing including the gear we use, how to cast, fly selection and some of the different techniques we use.
There will also be the chance to ask one of our experienced guides any questions that you may have about trout fly fishing in Tasmania.