Voting is now open for the Fly Life Magazine‘s photo competition and all of the finalists have some cracking entries.
The plan was to head to the mid stretches of the Thredbo River in the Snowy Mountains to try and fool some foot-long brown trout into eating a dry fly. But after a short walk to my favourite stretch of water the rain had set in making it almost impossible to spot my fly. A change in tactics was needed, so I tied on a heavy double nymph rig and attached a subtle indicator to fish some deeper runs.
Warm afternoons, insects hatching and brown trout looking to the surface for a feed – A couple of weekends ago my old man and I had a great weekend fly fishing the Snowy Mountains region. After mid-week snow and rain the creeks were running well and the trout eager for well-presented dry flies. Below are a handful of images from the trip…
It’s probably no real surprise that both Lac and I do a fair bit of fishing (some say too much). In the past we’ve documented what we’ve been catching on Instagram, but are often left with pictures from our fishing trips which end up clogging our hard drives. So this year we have created a “Fishing Journal” page on the blog to share some thoughts and pictures from our fishing adventures. Continue reading