Posts in Fly Fishing Australia

Manic Monday - Early Season Report: Tasmania

Manic Monday - Early Season Report: Tasmania

The Tasmanian trout season got underway to a good start, with enthusiastic anglers braving cold conditions finding some nice fish. After the interrupted end to last season due to restrictions created by the.... Read more

by Simon Taylor on 09/21/2020
Friday Fly Day - Kyle's Creeper

Friday Fly Day - Kyle's Creeper

Early season means often unpredictable flows and when October opens low and clear, I often feel uneasy as to what is to come..... Read more

by Chris Dore on 09/18/2020
Manic Monday - Tasmania in Detail. Part 11. Nineteen Lagoons

Manic Monday - Tasmania in Detail. Part 11. Nineteen Lagoons

The Nineteen Lagoons are a network of small lakes and lagoons accessed from the Lake Augusta road. The area receives a lot of attention from anglers, and is the ‘gateway’ to the Western Lakes.... Read more

by Simon Taylor on 09/14/2020
The New Simms Riparian Camo Range Has Arrived

The New Simms Riparian Camo Range Has Arrived

We've got the full range of Simms Riparian Camo available now so you can hit the new season with a head start the trout won't see coming..... Read more

by Chris Sharland on 09/09/2020
Simon Taylor’s First Impressions – A Scott Centric Five Weight Review

Simon Taylor’s First Impressions – A Scott Centric Five Weight Review

It’s always exciting when a parcel arrives from the legends at Manic Tackle Project, but a week ago when I found the box on my doorstep I was both excited, but also nervous. My reason for being anxious was knowing that one of the rods in the box was the new Scott Centric 905/4 fly rod, the rod the Scott Radian had just been replaced with..... Read more

by Simon Taylor on 09/08/2020
Manic Monday - Tasmania in Detail. Part 10. Arthurs Lake

Manic Monday - Tasmania in Detail. Part 10. Arthurs Lake

Arthurs Lake is a large hydro-electric storage which has long been one of Tasmania’s most popular and productive trout waters. The lake is home to an enormous population of wild brown trout averaging 1-3lb, with fish in excess of.... Read more

by Simon Taylor on 09/07/2020
AFO Hinchinbrook Challenge Wrap Up

AFO Hinchinbrook Challenge Wrap Up

The Australian Flyfishing Outfitters Hinchinbrook Challenge took place over the weekend and from all accounts it was another super successful event. We had planned to be up there this year to fully experience the Challenge but.... Read more

by Gus Lapin on 09/03/2020
The New Scott Centric Fly Rod Is Here

The New Scott Centric Fly Rod Is Here

It’s been a while between drinks, seven years to be precise, but the wait is finally over. Say hello to the new Centric fast action freshwater fly rod from Scott..... Read more

by Chris Sharland on 09/02/2020
Manic Monday - Tasmania in Detail. Part 9. Penstock Lagoon

Manic Monday - Tasmania in Detail. Part 9. Penstock Lagoon

Constructed in 1916 for hydro water storage, Penstock Lagoon is a small but very popular shallow water fishery. It performs best during overcast conditions and being surrounded by native bush, is more protected than many other waters on the Central Highlands..... Read more

by Simon Taylor on 08/31/2020
Team Tuesday - Chasing Tassie Unicorns

Team Tuesday - Chasing Tassie Unicorns

Here in Tasmania we have a lot of options for fly fishing. From sea running brown trout to remote Western Lakes sight fishing and everything in between and everyone’s got that one type of fishing.... Read more

by Alex Green on 08/25/2020