Tasmanian fly fishing – frog feeders!

Airborne tailer!

Airborne tailer!

 

The Tasmanian fly fishing season has got off to a super-wet start this season, the wettest year on record to be precise! This has made trip planning quite challenging at times, but has produced a lot more drowned food for the trout. Lots of the rough days have generated classic Tasmanian frog feeding conditions, with lakes such as Tooms, Leake, Echo, Woods, Huntsman and many others hitting perfect levels for flooded fishing. The brown trout are the best condition spring fish we’ve ever come across.

The next front is due to hit on Sunday, and we think we’ll don the waders and jackets, and head into the post-rain margins looking for more of the fantastic frog feeders. Our best flies have been the Black Fuzzle Bugger, Fur Flies and The Earthworm.

(Images: Peter Broomhall)

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RiverFly 1864 guests Richard and Callum land their first ever wild brown trout.

 

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