It’s time for the new trout season

The 2019-2020 Tassie trout season is open. October nymph action at Currawong Lakes While we are still in winter for August, its time to start planning your next Tassie fly fishing trip! Check-out the fly lines – replace those old tippets & leaders; clean the reels and ensure no leaks in the waders! Spring starts … Continue reading It’s time for the new trout season

Boats and flies

Warwick has been combining the bi-annual Australian Wooden Boat Festival with his love of fly fishing for many years now. This was the start of a cold summer day on the nymph. And another one comes to the net. Next day was a blustery one on the lowland broadwaters, with some ‘hoppers about. Stalking a … Continue reading Boats and flies

The 2018 Great Lake Tie-In is on!

Come along on Saturday 13 October 2018, to the Miena Community Centre. Join fly tyers from around the state demonstrating the Art of Fly Tying. This is a great chance to see Fur and Feather and all manner of materials turned into works of art. The Tie-In is a wonderful opportunity to catch up with … Continue reading The 2018 Great Lake Tie-In is on!

2019 Fly Fishing Championships

Here’s a brief taste of fly fishing opportunities to lure you in for the 2019 Fly Fishing Championships being held in Tasmania next year. The date is early December 2019 with a combination of lakes and rivers from a selection of venues yet to be finalized, dependent on water conditions/levels and weather leading up to … Continue reading 2019 Fly Fishing Championships

Father and son tackle rivers and lakes

Terry is well under way up front while son Greg is sorting out a ‘technical’ problem following up. To make matters worse for Greg, a good riser was feeding well within casting range while this was happening! After some tough going with very bright sun and clear water, Terry gets onto a wild stream fish … Continue reading Father and son tackle rivers and lakes