Who is Trout Territory?
Team Trout Territory: Gary France & Fiona Dewar.
Developing a business that combines a love of trout fishing and a rural lifestyle, in a place as special as Tasmania was a dream of Gary’s for many years, and Fiona didn’t need much convincing! Gary and Fiona have combined their various qualities and skills and developed Trout Territory into a successful guided trout fishing business. Spending time with people who love fishing, living and working in a place as beautiful as Tasmania is a dream come true.
Gary France is a trout fisherman of over 35 years. Their clients benefit from his knowledge and expertise of Tasmanian trout waters, trout habits, casting techniques, fly selection, entomology, stream craft and much more. Gary has plenty of patience and a passion for sharing all sorts of trouty secrets.
Trout Fishing Paradise!
Cressy – known as “Trout Fishing Paradise”, is undoubtedly the hub of trout fishing in Tasmania! Trout Territory’s central location at Cressy gives them the flexibility to take advantage of the fishing in all kinds of weather and conditions. With so many exciting trout waters within an hour or so of Cressy, anglers have a vast variety to choose from.
Trout Territory’s Commitment
Fiona and Gary are committed to providing their clients with an entertaining, memorable and good value trout fishing experience. They will do their best to ensure your fishing trip is hassle free from the planning stages through to the last cast and beyond.
Trout Territory is fully accredited with Tourism Industry Council Tasmania. This is your guarantee that their business is a professional one with all the relevant licences, insurances, first aid and safety qualifications, their vehicle and vessels are fully licenced under the relevant Government departments. Our accreditation is your assurance that our business is committed to quality and safety.
Trout Territory is a member of Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania, the industry recognised body of professional trout guides.
Supporting the Tasmanian fishery and our industry
Aside from his fishing guide hat, Gary has a few other hats…
- President | Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania
- Member | Inland Fisheries Advisory Council
- Executive Committee | Anglers Alliance Tasmania Inc.
- Member | Tourism Tasmania’s National Landscapes Committee
- Vice President & Fishing Competition Director | Tasmanian Trout Expo
- Management Committee | Launceston, Tamar & the North Marketing Group
When not bossing Gary around, Fiona fills in idle hours with…
- Treasurer | Tasmanian Trout Expo
- Secretary | Heritage Highway Tourism Region Association
- Tourism Officer | Northern Midlands Council
- Membership Officer | Trout Guides & Lodges Tasmania
We go out and play whenever we can, and both love bike riding and nature. Gary is a talented photographer and loves playing guitar. Fiona takes a billion photos, attempts to be an artist, makes painful noises on her Djembe drum and loves anything to do with dogs. When they have any spare time, they renovate their house, an ongoing project.
Experience wild trout fly fishing in Tasmania Australia
Come to Tasmania, Australia’s island state, and discover the secrets of fishing for wild Brown and Rainbow trout on the waters of Tasmania’s northern lowland rivers and streams and the central highland lakes.
Tasmania, the jewel in the crown of Australian fly fishing for trout – the prince of freshwater sportfishing.
If your time in Tasmania is limited, or you’re not sure where to go, or maybe all you want to do is relax, go fishing and be looked after… Trout Territory can help you make the most of your Tasmanian trout fishing experience.
Whether you come fly fishing or lure fishing, we offer professional guided tours that include all fishing gear, transport, lunch and refreshments.
Please take a look around our site, where you will find lots of information about the where, when and how of Tasmania’s wild trout fishing.
Where is trout territory?
Trout Territory is vast highland lakes, remote highland streams, choice fly fishing only lagoons, lazy lowland rivers, swollen backwaters, freestone rivers, intimate streams and tributaries, where the water is pristine and clear, and the unspoiled environment ranges from gentle to rugged, where we find dense colonies of red spinner, mayflies, beetles and hoppers, where the trout leap for dragonflies or show their tails as they rummage in the shallows, where we see swirls, bulges and ripples, hear slurps, chomps and splashes, where there are waters home to trophy trout, or many trout, all are peaceful, all are exciting, and all can surprise you!