Guided Trout Fishing Tour Details

 GUIDED FLY FISHING TOURS

Mike’s experience means that his fishing trips are first-rate and professionally run. There are no compromises on quality of service or equipment. Typically we use 5-6 weight rods with floating line, and selected wet and dry flies.

 

Mike has a fly selection that reflects his extensive knowledge of endemic insect life and Tasmanian trout feeding habits.

Price on application. Please feel free to give Mike a call or email with any price enquiries. Details on our contact page.

TOUR DETAILS

Tours cater for groups of up to three anglers and every trip includes all tackle and return transport from Hobart to the lakes. Traveling time is approximately 2 hours each way.

A day trip is a full day’s instruction and fully guided tour of the Central Highlands lakes. We also offer 2- and 3-day fishing tours, which include accommodation and meals.

Allow Rod & Fly to care for your every need: they will guide you to choice fishing spots, improve your skills and enable you to feel the weight of a glistening rainbow trout. You will leave with a fine supply of memories of finning trout, zinging reels, good food and convivial company until your next guided tour with Mike Tenner.

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Dear Mike,

Well the good news is that Clare and I stopped off at Brumbys on Sunday and both of us thought that our casting had improved considerably. Clare in particular felt that she was in control and that she was casting further with more accuracy and less fuss.

We both really enjoyed last Thursday. We really appreciated the patient way that you talked us through everything from getting the best out of our equipment to releasing fish. While it is always a fabulous moment when you see a fish take a fly, it is just as informative to see a refusal.

What was special was having an expert commentary all the way through the process. We learnt so much in one day and had great fun, we would like to get back in touch. A day on Meadowbank or Bronte is a tempting prospect.

Cheers, Hamish