Three Generations of Great Family Fun

Lou lands the first for the day and on the dry no less! In my view, one of the most enjoyable ‘tough’ jobs a guide has is the introduction of people to fly fishing. In this case, it was the first time on the fly for grandad, dad and son which makes it a special … Continue reading Three Generations of Great Family Fun

Big Fish Start for 2007

Another Nigel & Hugh day, always great fun, always productive and what a start to the year. Nigel with his best for the day 1.5kgs wild brown falls to the Pink Bum Grasshopper — should mention this was on Red Tag’s Pro Angler 1-2wt Master series rod (WF2F line) and for some time the trout … Continue reading Big Fish Start for 2007

Passion Rewarded

Our original browns may have come here from the UK in 1864, but their wild and wily descendants were no match for UK flyfisher Rosemary on her recent visit to Tasmania. This beautiful specimen was taken by Rosemary on the ‘PB ‘hopper’ at the end of February — one of the best fish out of … Continue reading Passion Rewarded

Sharing a good stretch of river

Bruce bringing another top conditioned fish to hand while Nigel looks on. A great time to share the water together, not the usual way for two anglers to fish a small water, but good fish, magic weather, camaraderie and feeding browns made it a special session to guide two fine fly fishers. The odd sighted … Continue reading Sharing a good stretch of river