For the past season or two we’ve been using Epic glass rods as our personal creek rods (myself, Sim, Peter and Beevs). Most of our small stream and up-close fishing (willow grub fishing) is on overgrown tussocky streams, or within willow swampland, so we choose glass as the most resilient rod material. Why? You can…

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We don’t generally do many gear posts, but we do get asked a lot about what gear we are using and why. So here’s a rundown of some of the key gear we are using this season: Epic Fly Rods – Epic fly rods are built in New Zealand by our mate and casting guru…

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It’s a great time of the year to be planning your next big trip of the season; quite often or not, for Tasmanian fly fishers it will be a trip into an off-the-beaten-track location, well out of mobile phone range. A consideration these days is what emergency communication and navigation systems to use? You should…

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Female anglers have always been an important part of our business, so as a thanks, we are running some specials for spring. Specials are limited to in-store products thank you, and have a great start to the season! Sage Grace fly rod, was $720, now $475.00 Scott Radian 890-4 ladies spec, rrp$1249, special price $1099. Patagonia Spring…

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I’m the first to admit that we were slow off the mark to get hold of a Scott Radian. Living in Tasmania, under-down-under, it can be like a game of Chinese whispers sorting out the wheat from the chaff when it comes to the latest and greatest from the USA. But after some prompting from…

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