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Camping Trout Fishing Tasmania

The camping area Bradys Lake is popular with fishermen hoping to catch some of the finest, wild brown trout in the world. Access to the Bradys Lake camping area is off the A10; the camping area is signposted just south of the junction of the A10 with the B11 highway. There are limited camping options Brady’s Lake and no facilities meaning you will need to be entirely self-sufficient to camp Brady’s Lake, Central Highlands MienaTasmania. You will find access to the camping ground Brady’s Lake app. 6 kilometres south of the A10 B11 junction with 2 separate access tracks taking you to the camping area – 1 heads south and the other takes you north of the canal. The campsites at Bradys Lake are bush camping, and the area is suitable for larger vehicles, however, please note there is limited room at the Brady’s Lake camping area. Camping is free, but you must have a valid license to fish for trout in Tasmania, and fishing is seasonal. Campers are advised they need to take their own fuel stove, water and a portable toilet is also recommended as there are no toilets for camping Bradys Lake. Bronte Lagoon, Dee Lagoons, Bradys Lake and Lake Echo are members of a group of lakes on the southern side of the Arthurs Lake plateau offering a range of superb trout fishing opportunities. Accommodation is available nearby at Bronte Park and Tarraleah – phone (03) 7271 6221 for more information.See also: