Bill hartshorne Angling Adventures

FISHING and Weather

Twin Lakes’ new owners Luca, Bryan and Ange all share a passion for people, the outdoors, the expansive property that is Twin Lakes, and of course fly fishing.

All fish are grown in our lakes and are in top condition and well educated in the ways of the fly fisherman making them a challenging catch! We offer fly fishing tuition suitable for novices or experienced anglers teaching everything required to fly fish successfully. We tailor instruction for anglers of all ages and anyone wishing to get an introduction to fly fishing will find our tuition especially beneficial. No fishing licence required Catch and release fishing only.

The Tasmanian trout season doesn't apply to twin lakes.

January

Excellent dry-fly fishinging both lakes especially mornings and evenings.

February

Usually the hottest month, settled weather. Early morning late evening best.

March

Weather is still warm and settled, fish start moving throughout the day.

April

Start of autumn great weather great fishing!.


May

Excellent dry-fly fishinging both lakes beetles start.

June

Cold days excellent dry-fly fishinging both lakes excellent sight fishing.

 

July

Cold days Excellent dry-fly fishinging both lakes excellent sight fishing.

August

Cold days Excellent dry-fly fishinging both lakes excellent sight fishing.


september

Spring weather throughout Tasmania sees tailing trout on the margins


October

Windy days tailing and surface action around the margins

November

The real start of the summer weather but is often windy. Some good dryfly hatches.

December

One of the busiest months up until Christmas. Great dry-fly fishing.

CATCH A TROPHY TROUT

Twin Lakes is without doubt Austalia's best privately owned trophy water.
The best Rainbow so far has topped the 20 pounds mark
and the heaviest Brown just over 16lb...there are bigger ones in there!!! .