The rugged slopes of the Snowy Mountains provide the source of many rocky mountain rivers. These pocket water streams create the ideal habitat for large brown trout, and ensure a challenge for light fly rods and tackle
Several rivers border the remote Fiordland wilderness of New Zealand's South Island. They present a particular challenge to the visiting flyfisher and the fit & feisty brown and rainbow trout don't give up easily. But in spectacular scenery like is, it all seems well worthwhile
Some advice from our local Pro-angler fishing shop and a late season trip to the Ovens River in NE Victoria. Feisty browns and rainbows rising eagerly to our dry flies. A perfect finish to our 2012 stream fishing season
The evening rise can be both exciting and frustrating. When a steam which appeared barren during daytime suddenly lights up with rising fish as the sun begins to set, the question is, which fish to cast to and what fly to present?
The many small creeks and streams which tumble down the steep south western slopes of the Snowy Mountains provide an ideal habitat for wild brown and rainbow trout. Using light 2 weight fly fishing tackle we spent a week exploring this region of Australia's High Country