Annie & Jerome were on a self reliant, getting to know Tasmania tour and a fly fishing workshop was definitely on the agenda.
This was Jerome’s first trout on the fly, gently returned ‘with confidence’
Then it was Annie’s turn – this one was dinner. The only way you can eat brown trout in Tasmania is catch your own!
A final session stalking trout together, then off to their next adventure.
Steve and Jo Starling are a great couple and love Tasmania’s wild trout fishing. Here Jo is out to christen her new lightweight cane rod, Steve came along to help and take photos.
Well he did do some fishing (and catching as well)
Not long before Jo’s onto a fish with Steve on hand to capture the
With gentle presentation of the reliable para emerger …
Jo is soon sees action again.
A beautiful day, on a river somewhere, with delightful people. It was a pleasure to host them.
This is the Bantam trail bike of the late Noel Jetson, co-founder of Tout Guides & Lodges Tas Inc.
With the support of the Salmon Ponds Cafe and TGALT, it has been thoroughly cleaned and revived (thanks to Tandam Car Care Services, New Norfolk) and is back at the IFS Trout Museum at Plenty.
It was one of only two imported to the state (the other by his friend and fishing buddy Clyde Spencer).
Being Noel’s fishing transport, it was a lovely link to the 2019 WFFC, as Noel guided the English team of 1988 to the WFFC championship.
With the Anglers Hall of Fame (Noel is an inductee there), the Museum and the Cafe at Plenty, call in and take a look at some of Tasmania’s trout fishing heritage and those that helped make it such a world quality fishery.