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Fishing trip photos

Postby Tony » Mon Jan 07, 2008 6:33 pm

Here are some pictures from a Trout fishing trip in December to the Tooma River in the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, Australia
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Tooma River with wild flowers in the forground and burnt Snow Gums on the outer side
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Me doing it hard at Wheelers Hut
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My Tent
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View from Wheelers hut toilet
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Wheelers Hut fireplace
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Spider Web in the morning dew
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Flies flies and damn flies, these are small bush flies there are also March flies which are much larger and bite
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Dave catching a nice brown trout which we ate for dinner
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Re: Fishing trip photos

Postby bmike » Mon Jan 07, 2008 8:04 pm

nice - aside from them thar flies.
larger than blackflies here, i'd imagine.

love flyfishing - granted last time i had my feet in the water was 5 years ago.

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on the roaring fork, outside of aspen, co.
a gent i was working with hired a guide for me for 1/2 day. caught more trout in those few hours than all my time fishing prior.

thats me in the waders and shades + 60 pounds. :shock: :shock: :shock:
just started to bring in a pig of a brown.
caught some rainbows later upstream where the river was only 10 feet wide standing on some boulders.
rainbows are fast! much different than the browns...

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Re: Fishing trip photos

Postby Tony » Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:51 pm

Hi bmike,

Yep them thar flies are very bad this year.

great photo I love trout fishing too,I also had years of fly fishing with no luck and I spent lots of money setting myself up too, it help if you are with someone who knows what they are doing my walking/fishing partner Dave is an American scientist that lives here in OZ, I recon he has PhD in trout fishing.

I am going trout fishing in the wilds of New Zealand in a month time. Watch this movie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJgciJOV ... re=related

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Re: Fishing trip photos

Postby Pure Mahem » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:46 am

Amazing that even though we are continents apart we still all have the same hobbies, even more how similar the trout look and the fact that we both have the same type of trout. Are your trout native to Oz or are were they introduced at one point?
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Re: Fishing trip photos

Postby Tony » Tue Jan 08, 2008 5:09 am

Hi Pure Mahem,

even more how similar the trout look and the fact that we both have the same type of trout. Are your trout native to Oz or are were they introduced at one point?


All of our fishing trout are introduced mostly from North America, we do have some very small native trout left in some small streams our high country where the larger trout have not been introduced.

Amazing that even though we are continents apart we still all have the same hobbies,


Bushwalking and fishing are very popular here but stove making is very rare I only know of 2 others in OZ.


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Re: Fishing trip photos

Postby zelph » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:20 pm

Good thing Whellers hut was'nt touched by the fires. Looks like the ideal place to camp.

Photos are great Tony.

One of the best investments a person who likes to fish can make, is to hire a guide for the first day out on unfamiliar waters.

The video is good for winter viewing, thanks Tony.
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