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Trout Territory – Fly Fishing Tours

Fly fishing for wild Tasmanian brown trout.
Four Springs lake brown trout.
Rainbow trout Tasmania
Great lake wild brown trout.
Woods lake wild brown trout.
Beginners to fly fishing success.
Wild brown trout, North Esk river, feeding on grasshoppers.
Wild brown trout, small dry fly fishing on the upper South Esk river.
Tasmanian Mayfly immitations

Trout Territory offer guided fly fishing and trout fishing tours and group workshops in Tasmania.

Single-day adventures and multi-day expedition packages for trout and other species, seven days a week, all year, by prior arrangement and subject to availability.

Catering for individual anglers and groups. The team of enthusiastic guides will cater to either the lure or bait fisher. In addition to the provision of guiding services, they can also recommend or arrange accommodation.

The vast number of quality Tasmanian fishing locations are monitored and chosen according to various conditions. Rivers, lakes, and estuaries, along with the diverse scenery and unique native fauna and wildlife, set the tone for an outstanding, highly memorable world-class outdoor experience.

An accredited fly-fishing tour business, teaching, guiding and coaching the newcomer, the enthusiast, the experienced, the competitor, and the return visiting angler to Tasmania.

Operating since 2000, Trout Territory has many years of service and experience in the Tasmanian tourism industry and can provide anything you could possibly need in order to make your experience safe and enjoyable.

We have a Gold Standard Covid-19 Safety Plan.



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