Tasmania welcomes the Worlds
The Hon Guy Barnett, Minister responsible for Inland Fisheries, welcomes teams competing in the World Fly Fishing Championship 2019 along with visitors to come and fish for Tasmania’s wild brown trout.
Little Pine Lagoon
The Hon. Guy Barnett, minister responsible for Inland Fisheries, introduces one of the venues for the World Fly Fishing Championship 2019.
Tasmanian Carp Management Program
Learn about the history of the management program targeting the invasive species of European Carp in Tasmanian Lakes - Lake Crescent and Lake Sorell - from the first discovery in 1995 until today, 2019.
Woods Lake: Management Process
Learn about our fishery performance assessments, highlighting the popular Woods Lake location.
Woods Lake: Simon Gawesworth and Peter Morse
Simon Gawesworth and Peter Morse discuss the local fishery, highlighting the popular Woods Lake location.
Home to the 2019 World Fly Fishing Championships
From November 30 to December 8 2019 Tasmania's inland fisheries will play host to the 39th FIPS-Mouche WFFC.
Wild brown trout relocation program - Lake King William
Located in the central highlands, Lake King William is a large lake in the derwent catchment with multiple spawning streams supporting a large population of brown trout.