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Flies from The Tasmanian Wildside collection


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The Tasmanian Wildside collection all patterns are flies as seen in the latest FlyLife E-magazine

in this collection you get 2 of each pattern
The cat fly
Green machine peacock
Beady Ostrich nymph
Beady snail
Bead head stick fly
Chironomid Buzzers
Clear olve shrimp
Fiery brown beetle
Bead head black and peacock
Flash Back Shaving Bruch
Wooly caddis
Black cricket
Carrot fly
Black bobs bits
Black possum emerger
Black spinner
Onion bag spinner
possum tail caddis
Clipped hackle Jassid
Foam gum beetle
Yellow hopper
klinkhammer midge

Tasmania offers the ultimate in trout fishing. Its myriad rivers, streams and lakes are an angler's paradise.
What’s special about fishing for trout in Tasmania?
Tasmania is an internationally sought-after trout fishing destination with more than 3,000 lakes and rivers. Particularly unique to the island are the clear rivers and lakes, ideal for sight fishing and catching large brown and rainbow trout. Along sandy flats and rocky outcrops, you can polaroid for trout in the shallows where food supply is plentiful.
The diversity of trout fishing options makes Tasmania a unique destination. You can fish lowland rivers, chase rising rainbow trout at the Great Lake or experience a river float trip.

Take advantage of knowledgeable guide Mike Tenner  who will take you to premium trout fishing locations, provide fly fishing tuition or even a wilderness experience in the Central Highlands

From freestone rivers to glassy-calm lagoons, there are countless places to cast a fly in Tasmania. Among the most popular destinations for trout fishing are the lowland rivers and streams of Tasmania’s northern midlands and lakes of the Central Highlands. In the Highland region you will find isolated streams, leaping rainbow trout and shallow shorelines ideal for wading.
Fly fishing hotspots include Arthurs Lake on the Central Plateau and Great Lake, also in the Highland region. Arthurs Lake is renowned for its impressive brown trout population and native bushland. During spring and leading into summer, mayfly hatches are common and on bright, clear days, polaroiding is excellent.
Great Lake, near the spectacular Great Western Tiers mountain range, is rich with both rainbow and brown trout. The large freshwater lake is ideal for boat fishing and the accumulation of shoreline food encourages regular flurries of surface feeding.
Lagoons including Penstock and Nineteen Lagoons offer fly fishing only trout water. Penstock Lagoon’s rocky and sandy shores provide excellent fly fishing opportunities in weedy, shallow water. Nineteen Lagoons is also popular for its unique network of lagoons, joined by creek systems. The variety is plentiful, from sandy bottoms to weedy beds as well as gentle flowing creeks.
Brumbys Creek is another popular destination, with water quality so impressive that sight fishing for wild brown trout is a must. Watch for tails splashing and ripples spreading as the resident trout enjoy bountiful food supplies.
Macquarie River is excellent for flood fishing during spring as this low-lying river flows through the northern midlands. Other popular rivers include the Meander River, South Esk River and Lake Trevallyn in the north and the River Derwent and Huon River in southern Tasmania.




Product Code: FLIN12

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