Fly Fishing St Patricks River - Tasmania
The St Patricks river flows north-east of Launceston, Tasmania, from its source in the mountains above Diddleum Plains. It bubbles through temperate rainforest before transitioning into willow-lined meadow gliding past towns like Nunamara, before joining the North Esk River lower down.
Fly Fishing Nineteen Lagoons - Tasmania
The Nineteen Lagoons is a series of lakes in Tasmania’s Central Highlands. The stark landscape of the plateau gives way to this expansive array of lakes, nearly all of which hold a healthy population of wild brown trout.
Fly Fishing Meander River – Tasmania
The Meander River is a beautiful tailwater that runs out of Huntsman Dam, ‘meandering’ through forest and then farmland before it meets the South Esk near Launceston. It runs cold and clear all season, even through the heat of summer, and the dry fly fishing can be exceptional.
Exploring Tasmania, Australia - Fly Fishing Plateau Lakes & Small Creeks
Stalking small creeks, or Twigwaters, of the north-east streams in search of small, gorgeous brown trout who live in a playground environment. Also featuring the Northern Lakes region inside the Tasmanian World Heritage Area near the Walls of Jerusalem National Park. Video Credit: Todd Moen
Tourism Australia - Great Fishing Adventures of Australia
Wild rainbow trout management Liawenee – courtesy of Starlo Gets Reel YouTube Channel
The Tasmanian Inland Fisheries Service (IFS) are working hard to enhance stocks of wild-spawned rainbow trout in Great Lake and beyond via this excellent management program. Check out exactly how it works! Video credit: Steve Starling.
Gregoire Juglaret, team France champion angler, talks about fly fishing in Tasmania
Gregoire Juglaret was a member of team France that won gold at the World Fly Fishing Championship 2019 held in Tasmania. He is an experienced angler that has travelled the world fishing.
Lake Burbury in Winter
A six minute video showing the wild brown trout fishery that is to be found in Lake Burbury, on Tasmania's west coast, even in the height of winter.
Devin Olsen, USA champion angler talks about fly fishing in Tasmania, Australia
Devin Olsen, USA champion angler and competitior in the 39th Fips Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship held in Tasmania, Australia in December 2019 talks about his experience being unlike anywhere else in the world.
Howard Croston, champion angler, ranks fly fishing in Tasmania in the world's top three
The individual winner of the 39th Fips Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship held in Tasmania, Australia during December 2019 talks of his experience fly fishing in Tasmania.
Arthurs Lake adult transfer program
The Tasmanian Inland Fisheries Service management of the adult brown trout transfer program at Arthurs Lake.
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.