One of the positives that really attracts me to using Currawong Lakes in our tour packages is it enables me to look after a group of anglers/friends who have a wide range of fly fishing skills and be confident they will all have a good time. This is Tim, novice fly fisher wanting to improve … Continue reading A varied bunch get good results
Tom, from Washington DC, started out day 1 at Currawong, with one of a number of browns on the dry. Another good one takes the Blue Damsel. Day 2 on the river brought more success, this time on the ‘hopper patterns. More ‘hopper success on the river wild browns
Here, Hiroyoshi is on to a nice wild brown on the stream. And puts a good bend in the #4wt Another on the ‘hopper pattern.
Here Ralph (88 years young) delights in his first of many in our latest trip. 3.5lbs wild brown …yes… on the Blue Damsel again. A beautifully-conditioned trout returned to live on. Another hookup, this time on the dark brown emerger! Then it was rainbow action the next day… … and river wild brown action… on … Continue reading “Young” Ralph still hooks them
Another regular ‘Tagger, Phil, nipped over for a couple of days ‘R&R’ by way of ‘FoF’ (Fish on Fly). Plan was day1 at Currawong This was success on day 1 — nice brown taken on the dry — when we finally found a ‘feeder’. Lakes day 2 on rivers, search as Phil did, overnight rain … Continue reading Some trips are tougher than others
Having just spent 10 months in Antarctica, Cormac was pleased to see fresh trout and green fields. Some good stillwater dry fly action followed by … … lively stream action on the wild browns, his two day/overnight tour was very rewarding.
John has been a regular Red Tag client for many years now. It is always good to help him have some top days. Here, he has just brought to hand his 11th for the day and is delighted with the quality and size of these small water wild browns. Challenging sections like this are what … Continue reading Regular ‘Tagger John – another top trip!
We are one year away from Tasmania being flooded by international anglers as we host the World Fly Fishing Championship 2019. The five venues for the event are Little Pine and Penstock lagoons, Woods Lake and the Meander and Mersey rivers. In the weeks leading up to the event the competing anglers are not permitted … Continue reading World Fly Fishing Championship 2019