Ross, father, (seen here onto a nice wild brown) and his two sons, Michael and Andrew had a great Tasmanian fly fishing trip with different rivers each day on their three day tour with us.
The idea was to not only fish a variety of waters, but to improve their collective knowledge of upstream dry fly and small nymph fishing. This went very well with all getting rewards across the board from the slow, gentle runs to the tight small stream waters.
Michael releases another nice small stream wild brown, taken on a dry with his lightweight outfit.
Andrew is justifiable happy (and guide delighted) with this effort on a tight section, after his first ever use on a #3wt.
Ross summarised his thoughts here on a most successful trip.