All about fly fishing in Tasmania.
Since their introduction over 150 years ago, trout have spread or been introduced to most inland waters, and thrived in Tasmania’s ideal habitat, with its abundant lakes and rivers, rugged topography and temperate climate. Wild populations exist in even the most remote highland waters, which are considered the ‘jewels in the crown’ of the Tasmanian fishery. These unique characteristics, combined with the untouched landscape in Tasmania and its disease-free status, have resulted in a fishery of world class standard. – ref: Inland Fisheries Service
The fishery caters for all angling tastes and skill levels whether you’re a beginner or an expert angler. Bait fishing, lure casting, trolling and fly-fishing are practiced successfully at many waters, but there are some waters reserved for artificial lure and/or fly-fishing only.