Be Safe When Fishing in Tasmania
Your safety is important when fishing for Tasmania’s wild trout
Respect the sun when you go trout fishing. The UV is more intense in Tasmania, even on overcast days. Be sure to bring along sunscreen. We also provide a high SPF sunscreen for our clients.
Essential items when trout fishing in Tasmania: sunscreen, hat & sunglasses.
Protect your eyes
Protecting your eyes when trout fishing with polaroid or safety glasses is highly recommened. If you don’t have them, we provide polaroid sunglasses for client use.
Sunglasses protect your eyes from the sun and also from wayward fishing hooks!
Be prepared for any weather
When fishing in Tasmania, it is a good idea to bring along warm clothing. Due to the sudden changes in weather that Tasmania can experience at any time of year, it is wise to be prepared for all extremes in all seasons. Warm clothing, in layers, is essential.
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“Just wanted to thank you guys for organising a great experience for me and Damon. We really enjoyed ourselves and can’t wait for the next trip. Gary probably gave you the feedback but your lunches and snacks were superb… Anyway, thanks again – we had a great time. Scott”
… Scott Carter, Castle Hill, NSW, Australia