With 49 days of rain since August 1, the fishing in Tasmania has been tough to say the least. But with three¬†warm¬†consecutive¬†days, the fishing has come alive! Trout have been¬†nymphing on the freestone rivers,¬†black and red spinners are¬†falling on¬†Brumbys, and¬†there’s been loads of¬†cruisers in the Nineteen Lagoons. Our Black and red spinner variants, Scruffy’s and…

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Wild fisheries on the rise‚Ķ¬† Over the past couple of seasons, mates and I have been exploring fisheries that barely see a person. We‚Äôve explored the Mersey and Meander rivers from top to bottom, waded up and down the southern rivers and rainforests, and explored even more of the Western Lakes area. All of these…

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mayfly rise

We are¬†running a mayfly season guiding special for bookings of two or more days: our normal rates are $375 ea pp (for two anglers), however our multiple day bookings for between 9 April and 23rd of April are on special for $300pp, 0r $525 for a single angler (down from $620). Enquire here for availability…

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Autumn is mayfly time on the northern Tasmanian rivers. Moody thunderheads often sit in the distance, as plagues of iron-blue beatids hatch, drifting down the river on foam lines and eddies. It is in these currents that trout hunt their prey, and within these currents that our simple dry flies fool the wild trout.

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