This backwater is usually dry (note fence on right) but the red spinner were out and fish feeding the edges. Cast upstream with a Red Spinner (see Top flies) short drift, lift and bingo ‘fish-on!’ Simple when it all works to plan — why not every time? ask the trout.
Tasmania’s wild trout fishing experience has established its world class standing primarily through the highland (Central Plateau) lakes, lagoons and tarns trout fisheries. Whilst this is well founded, it is sometimes forgotten that all of Tasmania’s rivers and streams hold wild trout, in particular wild brown trout. Many of these waters are at lower levels … Continue reading Tasmanian trout rivers and streams
My favourite fly fishing is stalking and sight fishing Tasmania’s wild trout rivers and streams, particularly the lowland or meadow streams. Red Tag specialises in fly fishing these waters with experienced anglers and introducing our extended or advanced fly fishing workshop pupils to them. The fish in the rivers and streams of the meadows usually … Continue reading Stalking the wild trout