Meander River Angler Access map

With the co-operation of local landowners, the Meander Council, and local resource management groups, the Inland Fisheries Service has been beevoring away to open new angler access points on the Meander River. The Meander is one of the best lowland mayfly rivers from Deloraine to Hadspen, whilst it represents one of our best fastwater streams from Deloraine to Huntsman. To help anglers wanting to access this great resource we’ve created a free Google Fly Fishing Map which can be viewed here. The map shows the new Angler Access Points and more.

Well done to all those involved in the project, in particular to the landowners who have improved the recreational and economic values of the river in their district. 

Autumn mayfly rise

Mayfly hatch on the Meander River

Meander River Angler Access

Just a quick news flash – As I quickly drove over the Meander River at Knights Bridge yesterday, two freshly installed Angler Access Points were noted. Well done to the IFS and AAT, and I look forward to the formal opening and details of the Meander Angler Access project. With environmental flows all year round, the Meander is back as one of our greatest fly fishing rivers, and improved access is great for recreational anglers and guides alike.

Once the Angler Access points are announced, look out for an update of our free Google Fly Fishing Maps.

Meander river mayfly feeder

Meander river mayfly feeder