[pexvimeo pex_attr_src=”https://vimeo.com/201763430″][/pexvimeo] Five tips for chasing trophy trout in Tasmania’s Western Lakes, from the Western Lakes experts at RiverFly 1864: Where: Headwater lakes offer anglers the best chance to chase trophy trout, offering low fish numbers, but endless food. What’s a headwater lake? Look for a lake with little or no inflow, and an insignificant…

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We’ve all said it: ‘just one more cast’. And there’s probably no other time that you mean it less, than the last day of the season. With a couple months of quiet time ahead, and the odd monster shadow cruising through the high-flows of autumn, that last cast can often go-on for hours. So imagine…

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  The past fortnight has seen predominantly ripper weather for fly fishing in Tasmania. With El Nino in full swing, things are dry, but we’ve had tonnes of sight fishing. Mayfly are out on quite a few of the rivers, and a single Black Spinner does the trick much of the time. We’ll be heading out…

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Fly fishing for Tasmanian mayfly feeders has started, with black and red spinner out on the northern rivers. Guided angler Chris caught this sipper on a small Black Spinner during the week, one of several fat & wild brown trout.

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