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Trout Territory fishing tours Tasmania

Come to Tasmania, Australia's island state, and discover the secrets of fishing for wild Brown and Rainbow trout on the waters of Tasmania's northern lowland rivers and streams and the central highland lakes.

Tasmania, the jewel in the crown of Australian fly fishing for trout - the prince of freshwater sportfishing.

If your time in Tasmania is limited, or you're not sure where to go, or maybe all you want to do is relax, go fishing and be looked after... Trout Territory can help you make the most of your Tasmanian trout fishing experience.

Whether you come fly fishing or lure fishing, we offer professional guided tours that include all fishing gear, transport, lunch and refreshments.

Please take a look around our site, where you will find lots of information about the where, when and how of Tasmania's wild trout fishing.


Offering trout fishing tours. Relax and enjoy! Why not maximise your fishing time discovering new secrets to fishing for wild trout on Tasmania’s rivers, streams and lakes of the northern lowlands, central highlands or remote wilderness areas. Extensive local and international knowledge, quality gear, hearty food. Rising, tailing and leaping wild brown and rainbow trout. Spectacular sight fishing. Prolific mayfly hatches and terrestrials. Full industry accreditation
Single, group or corporate enquiries welcome.

Team Trout Territory: Gary France & Fiona Dewar
Developing a business that combines a love of trout fishing and a rural lifestyle, in a place as special as Tasmania was a dream of Gary's for many years, and Fiona didn't need much convincing! Gary and Fiona have combined their various qualities and skills and developed Trout Territory into a successful guided trout fishing business. Spending time with people who love fishing, living and working in a place as beautiful as Tasmania is a dream come true.

Gary France is a trout fisherman of over 30 years. Their clients benefit from his knowledge and expertise of Tasmanian trout waters, trout habits, casting techniques, fly selection, entomology, stream craft and much more. Gary has plenty of patience and a passion for sharing all sorts of trouty secrets.

Trout Fishing Paradise!
Cressy - known as "Trout Fishing Paradise", is undoubtedly the hub of trout fishing in Tasmania! Trout Territory's central location at Cressy gives them the flexibility to take advantage of the fishing in all kinds of weather and conditions. With so many exciting trout waters within an hour or so of Cressy, anglers have a vast variety to choose from.

Trout Territory's Commitment
Fiona and Gary are committed to providing their clients with an entertaining, memorable and good value trout fishing experience. They will do their best to ensure your fishing trip is hassle free from the planning stages through to the last cast and beyond.

Accreditation & Industry Support
Trout Territory is fully accredited with Tourism Industry Council Tasmania. This is your guarantee that their business is a professional one with all the relevant licences, insurances, first aid and safety qualifications, their vehicle and vessels are fully licenced under the relevant Government departments. Our accreditation is your assurance that our business is committed to quality and safety.

Trout Territory is a member of, and Gary and Fiona are active committee members of Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania, the industry recognised body of professional trout guides.

Gary is a member of the Launceston, Tamar and the North Zone Marketing Group, which actively promotes northern Tasmania.

Fiona is the secretary of the Heritage Highway Tourism Region Association, which actively promotes northern Tasmania and the Heritage Highway touring route.

Gary and Fiona are members of the organising committe for the Tasmanian Trout Expo, a two day event held in Cressy every August, which includes a fishing competition that carries a $10,000.00 prize.
Team Trout Territory: Gary France & Fiona Dewar
Developing a business that combines a love of trout fishing and a rural lifestyle, in a place as special as Tasmania was a dream of Gary's for many years, and Fiona didn't need much convincing! Gary and Fiona have combined their various qualities and skills and developed Trout Territory into a successful guided trout fishing business. Spending time with people who love fishing, living and working in a place as beautiful as Tasmania is a dream come true.

Gary France is a trout fisherman of over 30 years. Their clients benefit from his knowledge and expertise of Tasmanian trout waters, trout habits, casting techniques, fly selection, entomology, stream craft and much more. Gary has plenty of patience and a passion for sharing all sorts of trouty secrets.

Trout Fishing Paradise!
Cressy - known as "Trout Fishing Paradise", is undoubtedly the hub of trout fishing in Tasmania! Trout Territory's central location at Cressy gives them the flexibility to take advantage of the fishing in all kinds of weather and conditions. With so many exciting trout waters within an hour or so of Cressy, anglers have a vast variety to choose from.

Trout Territory's Commitment
Fiona and Gary are committed to providing their clients with an entertaining, memorable and good value trout fishing experience. They will do their best to ensure your fishing trip is hassle free from the planning stages through to the last cast and beyond.

Accreditation & Industry Support
Trout Territory is fully accredited with Tourism Industry Council Tasmania. This is your guarantee that their business is a professional one with all the relevant licences, insurances, first aid and safety qualifications, their vehicle and vessels are fully licenced under the relevant Government departments. Our accreditation is your assurance that our business is committed to quality and safety.

Trout Territory is a member of, and Gary and Fiona are active committee members of Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania, the industry recognised body of professional trout guides.

Gary is a member of the Launceston, Tamar and the North Zone Marketing Group, which actively promotes northern Tasmania.

Fiona is the secretary of the Heritage Highway Tourism Region Association, which actively promotes northern Tasmania and the Heritage Highway touring route.

Gary and Fiona are members of the organising committe for the Tasmanian Trout Expo, a two day event held in Cressy every August, which includes a fishing competition that carries a $10,000.00 prize.
rumbys Creek
One of our favourite trout fishing rivers
One of our favourite lowland rivers, from day one a trout fisher can expect to find a display of feeding fish in some of the shallow areas... tails and swirls!

When the light is good, at any stage of the season, because the water is mostly crystal clear, the sight fishing is top class.

Situated five minutes from our door, Brumbys Creek is supplied with clean, cool water from Great Lake in the Central Highlands via the Poatina Power Station.

There is a very wide variety of fishing to be found along its course with some beautiful freestone sections and a series of three weirs that fan the water out into weedy broadwaters, lagoons and braided streamlets.

Brumbys Creek has an exceptional population of wild brown trout and provides entertaining fishing throughout the entire season. The excellent water quality of Brumbys supports an enormous food supply and consequently the brown trout thrive.

Right from the start of the season sight fishing is the order of the day with brown trout showing dorsal and tail fins during low light periods while they forage the shallows in search of snails, scud and other tasty morsels.

Early in the season and in the absence of any major hatches, during poor light, prospecting with tiny weighted nymphs through the weed channels bring a good result. Monitoring the flows and temperature changes will lead to where the fish are.

During really foul weather the fish will often smash a wet fly worked around the weedy margins.

As the season warms a plethora of insect hatches and falls take place, with stonefly, caddis, mayfly, damsel and dragonfly, beetles, grasshoppers and ants to name a few that will bring about some classic dry fly fishing.

Calm November mornings mark the start of some terrific mayfly (caenid) hatches, the mornings littered with smutting risers to tiny imitations on fine tippets. This, for many is the pinnacle of dry fly fishing. Good caddis activity is also common on warmer evenings.

As we draw into the warmer months, the damsel and dragonfly skitter about provoking shows of aerobatic leaps in an effort to snatch these large food items in mid air. Sizeable browns become airborne in their pursuit much to the astonishment of the visiting angler! We have devised some special methods and flies to undo some of these leviathan trout!

In the full swing of summer the red spinner provide some superb rises on days of light wind.

An extraordinary knowledge of this water is a mainstay, or a cornerstone of our business. When conditions are cold and harsh on the plateau, Brumbys Creek is often a great place to be, usually a few degrees warmer, laced with vegetation and providing calm corners in most conditions.

With most fish in the 700g to 1.5kg class and fish of up to 2kg not uncommon, Brumbys Creek is a challenging prized class fishery. Brumbys Creek trout usually have a very good condition factor and fight like clever demons.

Our clients have found Brumbys one of the most scenically impressive places to fish. With spectacular views of the Great Western Tiers, Brumbys is surrounded by a blend of native and exotic flora. Many visitors from the UK find it reminds them of the chalkstreams of home. International visitors are often amazed to find we have such quality river fishing in Tasmania as well as our excellent and highly promoted lakes.

Brumbys Creek boasts rich weed beds, sandy bottoms, freestone and gravel runs. Walk the banks. Wade the riffle. Drift the currents. Brumbys has something for every taste!




Trout Territory fishing tours Tasmania
1317 Powranna Road
Cressy Tasmania 7302
63975001

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http://www.troutterritory.com.au



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