Trout Territory

Since 1999 Trout Territory has been providing professional guided trout fishing tours. Gary and Fiona are both very active in supporting the Tasmanian trout fishery and the angling and tourism industries.

Gary France

Gary France, Trout Territory Guide

Gary France, Trout Territory Guide

Gary France is a trout fisherman of over 40 years. His clients benefit from his knowledge and expertise of Tasmanian trout waters, trout habits, casting techniques, fly selection, entomology, stream craft, teaching skills, and much more. Gary has plenty of patience and a passion for sharing all sorts of trouty secrets.

Aside from his fishing guide hat, Gary has a few other hats…

Fiona Dewar

Fiona Dewar, Trout Territory

Fiona Dewar

Fiona looks after our bookings, admin, bookkeeping and lunch.  After catching up on all of that, these few things keep her busy…

Trout Territory’s Commitment to our Guests

From the planning stages through to the last cast and beyond, Fiona and Gary are committed to providing their clients with a professional, memorable and great value trout fishing experience.

Accredited Tourism Business

Accredited Tourism Business

Trout Territory is fully accredited with Tourism Industry Council Tasmania. This is your guarantee that their business is a professional one with all the relevant licences, insurances, first aid and safety qualifications, their vessels are fully licensed under the relevant Government departments. Our accreditation is your assurance that our business is committed to quality and safety.
Trout Territory is an accredited TQUAL operatorTrout Territory is a fully accredited T-QUAL operator.
T-QUAL is the Australian Government's quality benchmark for the Tourism Industry. Your assurance of consistently high standards and a quality experience.
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Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania

Trout Territory is a member of Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania, the industry recognised body of professional trout guides. Gary is the current Vice-President & Promotions Officer of TGALT, and immediate past president (2010-2016).
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Trout Territory’s ABN: 78 198 101 541

Trout Fishing Paradise!

Cressy – known as “Trout Fishing Paradise”, is undoubtedly the hub of trout fishing in Tasmania! Trout Territory’s central location at Cressy gives them the flexibility to take advantage of the fishing in all kinds of weather and conditions. With so many exciting trout waters within an hour or so of Cressy, anglers have a vast variety to choose from.

Wild trout fly fishing in Tasmania – how we can help you have an amazing experience

Come to Tasmania, Australia’s island state, and discover the secrets of fishing for wild Brown and Rainbow trout on the waters of Tasmania’s northern lowland rivers and streams and the central highland lakes.

Tasmania, the jewel in the crown of Australian fly fishing for trout – the prince of freshwater sportfishing.

If your time in Tasmania is limited, or you’re not sure where to go, or maybe all you want to do is relax, go fishing and be looked after… Trout Territory can help you make the most of your Tasmanian trout fishing experience.

Whether you come fly fishing or lure fishing, we offer professional guided tours that include all fishing gear, transport, lunch and refreshments.

Please take a look around our site, where you will find lots of information about the where, when and how of Tasmania’s wild trout fishing.

 “Hi Gary and Fiona. Thanks again for making my trip to Tassie such a memorable one. You took care of me as if I was your own father; fishing me out of the water when I had an unscheduled swim, drying me out and encouraging me to catch more fish. The food esky was great (Thank you Fiona!). I came away a much wiser fisherman. Before I left Tassie I bought myself a new Cortland, forward weighted fly line and tapered leader and can’t wait to serve it up to some of our scarce WA trout. On our last day in Tassie Glenys went with me to THE fishing spot at the No2 Weir where I caught another trout to demonstrate my skill to my wife. I hope that one day I might return and do it all over again (without the swim). All the best. John Gunnell”
… John Gunnell, Edgewater, WA, Australia

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