Last season I had the pleasure of fishing the Eucumbene River on closing weekend for these lovely Browns. With the NSW Trout season now open, it won't be long before you see some new Eucumbene captures from me on the Riverworks blog.
Hi there! I'm Kristina Royter from Melbourne, Australia. My introductory write up for Riverworks is an absolute pleasure to have and one of many I can't wait to share! The last few months have been lots of getting to know the team behind the scenes at Riverworks, and I have to say what a great ...continue reading A New Season In Victoria
Fiordland is one of my favourite regions to fly fish in New Zealand. Here's one of my captures from the Fly Junkies 2013 NZ Tour.
The Fly Junkies New Zealand Tour finished with a short trip on the well regarded Ahuriri River in Mackenzie country. This river was the pinnacle of the trip, proving to be the most challenging and most rewarding. The Ahuriri River is a beautiful water to fish. The river meanders through a picturesque valley lined with ...continue reading Fraser Perry – 2014 NZ Tour Part IV: Mackenzie Country
While making our way across to the West Coast, we explored new water in Mt Aspiring National Park. Ready for an adventure, we walked into a back country river with little expectations other than rough terrain, harsh weather and challenging fishing. The rivers we fished all delivered in this respect! Day after day of rain ...continue reading Fraser Perry – 2014 NZ Tour Part II: Mt Aspiring National Park
The Fly Junkies New Zealand Tour began in Queenstown in style. Upon collecting our rental car I was delighted to be upgraded from the most basic hatchback to a nice Subaru wagon. Travelling in style, my first stop was Queenstown airport via Fergburger. Gav was delighted to be greeted with a cold Speights and a ...continue reading Fraser Perry – 2014 NZ Tour Part I: East Coast
For once opening day this year greeted us with blue skies and good clear water. A bunch of us got together and fished a high country tributary which normally would hold a handful of reasonable sized fish, after many kms of water covered and not a single fish caught, cast to, sighted or even spooked ...continue reading Alex Broad – Opening Day
We have all been pretty slack with the trip reports recently. While there haven't been any big trips or epic fish we are all out and about catching the odd fish here and there. Here's a bunch of pics of what has been going on:
After a long weekend of DIY around the house I was in need for some time on the river. I was getting the gear together and sending out a few messages to see if anyone was keen to join me when Monday afternoons 6.2 earthquake struck, normally I wouldn't bother going fishing after an earthquake ...continue reading Alex Broad – Flying Solo
Last week Toby Jones and I made a trip down to the Snowy Mountains to fish the Thredbo River in the peak of Summer. After hearing reports of high angling pressure, we planned to walk into a less pressured stretch of the river, camp and fish the water thoroughly. The walk in was a challenge ...continue reading Fraser Perry – Thredbo River