Tyenna trout

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Tyenna trout

Post by Tyenna Dave » Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:57 pm

Thought i would share a few pics of Tyenna trout on fly .
I love to indicator nymph and flicking the dry . I find it hard to decide on most days .
Don't go for the nymph under the dry to often as it is un-adjustable in length for the rivers ever changing depths .
I mainly go for #14-16 size hooks for dry's and weighted #14 and un-weighted #16 for the nymph's .
End up with a few bent #16's but have not lost a fish on one yet .

Here is a nice brown on a buzzer .
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A couple of brown's on stone fly .
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Rainbow on stone fly .
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Football brown on a buzzer .
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Caddis feeder's.
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Hoppers .
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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by Marrakai » Mon Jun 07, 2010 1:00 am

Marvellous pics of very healthy fish! Congratulations.
I hope to be down there this Christmas, waving the long wand for my first serious attempt at trout on the fly.

Looking forward to it even more now!
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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by MXB » Mon Jun 07, 2010 8:30 am

Marrakai wrote:Marvellous pics of very healthy fish! Congratulations.
I hope to be down there this Christmas, waving the long wand for my first serious attempt at trout on the fly.

Looking forward to it even more now!
Tony . . . do yourself a favour and hook up with Tyenna Dave for a fish in his local area.

Very nice photos Dave and I'll get on the vice and tie some smaller stuff before I come down in October . . . don't like tying that small stuff on #16's but will have a go. Its been a few years since I tied stuff that small. The bead head nymph flies seem to work well around where I fly fish + hopper patterns always good. Any specific patterns that are in your favourites list?

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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by Tyenna Dave » Mon Jun 07, 2010 11:07 am

Thanks guys !
They are definately healthy river fish .And fight accordingly .
Definately look me up Tony if you would like a crack at the rivers around Maydena .There is an article in Flylife #56 winter edition called "Beyond Maydena" .
It is fly heaven but still occasionaly people leave fishless due to lack of location knowledge .Also the rivers double the catch rate of the lake fishing !Can't go past the rivers and streams .Love em !
If you do not wish to tie #16 MXB i have more than enough for your 2 week tour .
I will also post in the fly tieing section and show you some of my flies that work well here on the Tyenna and surrounding rivers .
The most deadly patterns are from an x guide in Tas/Scotland and he usually lands big numbers of fish with his patterns .
Glad you guys enjoyed the pics .
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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by WRAPPER » Mon Jun 07, 2010 2:01 pm

clapclap great photo's Dave looks at top spot to fish
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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by Tyenna Dave » Mon Jun 07, 2010 5:53 pm

Thanx wrapper !
I'm definately spoilt for locations and trout .
Just preying for rain at the moment .
Has been a little on the dry side ,
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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by mitchmcm » Sat Jun 19, 2010 6:28 pm

wow if only we had those size fish in the numbers you do. i want to work down there. but dont know how much money ya get for owning a tackle store, making ya own flys and taking guides

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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by Tyenna Dave » Sun Jun 20, 2010 12:55 am

Most Guides in Tas are poor Mitch .
Cost around 15-20k a year to get started and there are many hoops to jump through .
It is a labour of love !
Hard to make money in tackle aswell .Big stores kill the little ones .They have a large range of items usually at a cheaper price .
No money in flies either !
You might earn $5 an hour after materials .Takes along time to be consistant and fast where you will make a few dollars .
Sorry to be a party pooper !
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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by mitchmcm » Sun Jun 20, 2010 4:06 pm

thanks mate. i like the honesty. it would be a fun job being a guide down there on weekends and acrual job on week days

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Re: Tyenna trout

Post by WRAPPER » Tue Jun 22, 2010 10:53 pm

Hi Dave
Did l read in here somewhere that you do guided fishing tours down there in Tassie ???
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