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Camping Trout Fishing Tasmania

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Tasmania is renowned the world over for its’ incredible range of freshwater fishing options, ranging from narrow babbling brooks through to the massive structures that are the Great Lake and Arthurs Lake. Fishermen travel from all over Tasmania, Australia and the world to pit their skills against wild brown, rainbow and brook trout and Atlantic Salmon. Fortunately, Tassie is well equipped to enable bush camping at numerable locations across the state. Most campsites are fairly basic necessitating that campers are fully self-sufficient. Others, such as Pump House Bay at Arthur’s Lake have much better facilities. See Free Campsites Tasmania Tasmania’s wild brown trout fishery has been operating since the mid-1860s and is simply brilliant. Choose from easily accessible fishing options through to remote wilderness areas. Tassie’s wilderness fishing is unique with thousands of lakes and tarns offering fishing for all forms of anglers, and all interests. Larger, more popular and productive fisheries are found in the central highlands of Tasmania – resident and sea-run trout are a feature of Tasmania’s rivers and estuaries. Tasmania’s inland waters offer the chance to catch high numbers of fish, whether you prefer bait, lure or fly fishing, there is something for everyone with both shore and boat fishing options found easily within two hours drive of all Tasmania’s major cities. Most Tasmanian fishing waters have healthy wild trout populations, however, some waters feature trout stocking where trout can’t breed naturally. Please note, you will need a valid license to fish if you are 14 years or older, and you must check to ensure the trout water is open before fishing. Tasfish Camping Tasmania