Fly fishing from a drift boat on Brumby's Creek, Tasmania


One of the best ways to explore Tasmania's lakes and rivers is in a drift boat. Whether it's drifting a fast-water river or floating on the Western Lakes flicking dries to mayfly munchers.

+$100 second angler
-10% for consecutive days

Wild Brown Trout from the Western Lakes, Tasmania


The central highlands of Tasmania features over 3,000 lakes, lagoons and tarns. These pristine waters offer some of the best sighted dry fly fishing in the world. What's not to love?

+$100 second angler
-10% for consecutive days

Dry fly fishing the Styx River, Tasmania


From southern wilderness rivers to northern meadow streams, there are endless waters home to feisty brown trout. Dry flies, nymphs, emergers, terrestrials… our trout love ‘em all.

+$100 second angler
-10% for consecutive days


  • Pick-up and drop-off (Hobart region)

  • Casting workshop

  • Homemade lunch on the water

  • Snacks, tea & coffee and water

  • Icy cold beer & soft drinks

  • Use of Scott fly rods

  • Use of Hatch Finatic reels

  • Use of Simms waders & boots (if needed)

  • All flies, leaders & tippet

  • Sunscreen SPF 50+


  • Your A-game

  • Tasmanian fishing licence (can be purchased same day)

  • Waders and boots

  • Waterproof jacket

  • Polarised sunglasses

  • Jumper/thermals

  • Long sleeve shirt

  • Hat/buff

  • Sense of humour


  • $150 deposit to secure your booking (pay here)

  • Access to private fisheries incur extra cost

  • Advise your size in waders and boots

  • Advise any dietary requirements or allergies

  • If you need to cancel or re-schedule a booking please allow 14 days notice

  • Tasmanian weather can turn sour quickly. From time-to-time, it may be necessary to cancel or re-schedule a booking

  • Have a special request? Just ask

If you ever get a chance to fish with Marcus out of his drift boat, grab it, I guarantee you won’t forget the experience in a hurry!
— Trevor Hawkins, Australian Fishing Network



Marcus is a passionate Tasmanian with a wealth of knowledge about its environment and world-class fisheries. I count myself lucky to have enjoyed some fantastic sessions with Marcus on the famed Western Lakes where Marcus’ deep experience and skill led to some memorable captures. It was a joy to fish from the beautiful hand-crafted drift boat which is itself a testament to his commitment to quality and the finer things in life. 

Do yourself a favour and spend some time with Marcus in the spectacular Tasmanian wilderness sometime soon. I know I will be.

Dan Lovecek
Melbourne, Australia


Most trout anglers dream of fly fishing Tasmania at some stage of their life. Many also aspire to own a beautiful sounding Hardy fly reel or a handcrafted cane fly rod. And many anglers, if they have similar tastes to me at least, would love nothing more than to fish out of a shallow draft and super stable drift boat. Well I’ve been fortunate to own the first couple of items, and also had the pleasure of fishing with Marcus out of his stunningly beautiful handcrafted drift boat, and it’s every bit up there with any sweet sounding Hardy reel or fine cane rod when it comes to pure fishing pleasure.

If you ever get a chance to fish with Marcus out of his drift boat, grab it. I guarantee you won’t forget the experience in a hurry!

Trevor Hawkins
Victoria, Australia


Marcus has guided me on two memorable occasions – one on a northern river, another on a southern. His encouragement to be patient paid off both times, with many fish to the net as they rose to well selected dry flies. It doesn’t get any better. With Marcus, you will get a guide who knows his fishing locations and is, refreshingly, not egotistical. Highly recommended.

Simon Davis
Sydney, Australia


I’ve been on half-a-dozen trips with Marcus and each time has been an absolute pleasure. He has an astonishing knowledge of fly fishing, from fly selection to ironing out that cast to how to spot and land a fish. On top of this, his own eye for spotting rising fish is almost extrasensory!

If anyone is travelling to Tasmania and looking for a guide to help open the door to the wonders of fly fishing, I couldn’t recommend Marcus highly enough.

Timothy Fullwood
Melbourne, Australia