We will be visiting some favourite early season lakes in the Central Highlands for some promising trout fly fishing opportunities with clients and also making time for a couple of days out with family, friends and colleagues in the fly fishing fraternity.
As much as we are excited to get back into the fly fishing action and commence another fly fishing guiding season, we are equally excited to get back out into the magical surrounds and scenery of the Tasmanian wilderness.
A particular highlight of this throughout the trout fly fishing season is the vast array of Tasmanian wilderness that we regularly experience on our trout fly fishing tours.
Wombats, wallabies, echidnas, possums as well as an amazing range of birdlife are common and add a great addition to the sense of adventure whilst fly fishing in Tasmania.
We hope to see you throughout this upcoming fly fishing season and share some great memories out on the water with some furry friends of the Tasmanian Highlands.
September 26, 2021
Recent rough weather conditions across Tasmania have suited the rainbow trout and produced some excellent days of fly fishing.read post
September 20, 2021
Understanding Tasmania's seasons and how they impact fly fishing opportunities.read post
September 13, 2021
Spring has hit Tasmania and with it comes the familiar sound of frogs, one of the Tasmanian trout's favourite sources of food.read post