2910, 2022

Great trout fishing in wet conditions

October 29th, 2022|Categories: Fly fishing, News|

With three years of La Nina and other climatic factors, Australia has been swept with intense flooding across the eastern seaboard, extending right down into Tasmania. This has affected many of our waterways, including dramatic flood events on our northern and lowland river systems. Pictured here is the access to the central plateau via Poatina. Following a landslide, this shows the road after some clearing work and will take some time to be fully repaired. Fortunately we still have other access points to the central plateau, and on the upside many of these waters are reaching new high ground water [...]

2209, 2022

Trout Territory fly fishing tours in Tasmania

September 22nd, 2022|Categories: Fly fishing, News|

Got a minute? That's all you need to check out this great little video about Trout Territory! Gary talks about Tasmania's beautiful trout fishery and how we can help anglers have a great time when they come fishing with us.   This gorgeous video is filmed by IdeasbanQ as part of Tourism Australia's #NECIAUS program. Thank you Merel, Billie-Jo, and Dennis for your fabulous assistance!

3006, 2015

Lake Burbury Tasmania

June 30th, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: |

Lake Burbury Tasmania Lake Burbury is on the west coast of Tasmania, approaching Strahan, closest town is Queenstown. Burbury is open all year round, has both browns and rainbows, and a large bag limit. The most productive time of year to fish Burbury is the spring, summer, autumn months. It is a deep water fishery that really requires a boat to enable good access. All angling methods are allowed at Burbury. Burbury trout feast on midge, beetles, and mudeyes windlanes are a major feature for the fly fisher. Cool, calm [...]

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