Multi-Day Fly Fishing Tours: What to Expect with Trout Tales Tasmania

July 16, 2023

A guide to what customers can expect when they book a multi-day trout fishing Tasmania tour with Trout Tales Tasmania, including accommodation, meals, and fly fishing experiences.

Multi-Day Fly Fishing Tours: What to Expect with Trout Tales Tasmania

Guided fishing tours are available throughout the world and come with many variations including the type of fishing experiences on offer, target species, length of tour, inclusions and exclusions and of course fishing guides. 

Knowing what you want out of your trip can be a great first step in making the decisions around your fishing trip.

This is often followed by talking to a guiding businesses, such as Trout Tales, and importantly understanding the aspects of what they offer - all of which will enable you to decide which fly fishing guide in Tasmania to book your tour with.

After all, finding the right fit with a fishing guide can be the difference between a good trip and the fly fishing trip of a lifetime!

At Trout Tales, we aim to provide as much information as possible about our single and multi-day fly fishing Tasmania packages to give our clients an insight into what they can expect when booking a guided fishing tour with us.

Why a Multi-Day Fishing Tour is Perfect for Tasmania?

In a trout fishing location like Tasmania, which is incredibly diverse and vast with lakes, lagoons, rivers and streams spread out across the state, a multi-day fly fishing tour is really the best way to experience what’s on offer and will increase your chances of success.

A multi-day fishing trip really allows visitors to fish a wider range of water types and adjust plans to suit weather conditions during your fishing experience. 

Looking for more things to do while visiting? Check out our blog post on the best attractions when visiting Tasmania.

What to Expect from Our Multi-Day Fly Fishing Tours

Trout Tales offers multi-day fly fishing packages ranging from one to five days in length.

Our trout fishing Tasmania tours include:

  • Transport to and from the Hobart, Bothwell or Miena areas;
  • The use of premium quality Stalker Fly Fishing rods, reels, breathable waders, boots and all other gear required for your trip;
  • The use of 4WD vehicles and custom built fly fishing boats to access unique locations;
  • Access to private properties through our relationships with landowners, providing a range of exclusive fly fishing opportunities on lakes and rivers;
  • Chef prepared lunches and refreshments featuring local Tasmanian produce;
  • Experienced, accredited and insured TGALT fly fishing Guides; and
  • Lodge or cabin style accommodation including breakfast, evening meals and drinks next to open log fires.

All of the above are put together to allow you to sit back and enjoy the world class fly fishing experiences on offer and get the most out of your trip to Tasmania.

With the diversity of the trout fishing Tasmania options available, it is possible to fish a different water type and technique each day of your multi-day fly fishing tour, giving you more opportunities to learn different techniques and hone your fly fishing skills.

Alternatively, if you prefer to focus on a particular technique or water type, there are numerous options available that can make each day just as exciting as the last. 

With access to the full range of Stalker Fly Fishing gear too, you will be using premium quality equipment including fly rods, reels, lines, leaders, flies, breathable waders and boots.

This means you don’t have to worry about carrying your own gear in and out of your luggage and through airports (which we all despise!) or when travelling across the state. 

Our guides are fully equipped with 4WD vehicles and custom built fly fishing boats to make sure we can take full advantage of the best fly fishing locations in the area, as well as fish them as efficiently as possible. 

You will also have the opportunity to sample some stunning local produce both out on the water and in the lodge style accommodation options that we use on our multi day fly fishing tours.

Ready to embark on your own Tasmanian 'Trout Tale'? Book your trout fishing Tasmania package now.

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