Bronte Fly Fishing School/Camp
Sunday 8th to Friday 13th January 2023
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Each year the Devonport Fly Fishing Club holds a Fly Fishing School/Camp at Hut Bay, Bronte Lagoon, aimed at teaching the art of fly fishing to beginners. In addition an intermediate course is held for those wishing to hone their skills. The emphasis is on teaching beginners the necessary skills to catch fish.
The school/camp also places people with a shared interest in contact with each other, as a result many long lasting friendships are formed.
The camp provides a friendly atmosphere where stories are shared, knowledge is acquired and the instructors who donate their time are more than approachable and willing to help. This is the only school/camp of its kind in Tasmania and has been held for a number of years.
The school/camp is designed for adults and supervised children who wish to learn the art of fly fishing. Families are especially welcome. Please contact club re family rate.
Most of the emphasis will be on teaching beginner fly fishers the necessary skills to catch fish.
However, an intermediate course also exists for those wishing to hone existing skills.
Closing date for enrolments: 16th December 2022.
MAXIMUM OF 25 PLACES.
For Enrolment Information contact the Camp Secretary or alternatively download a Flyer and Enrolment Form at the bottom of this page.
Once loaded on your computer, they may be printed for use.
A basic list of fishing necessities as well as other necessary information will be provided upon receipt of your registration fees:
First Year Participant $190.00
Returnee Participant $100.00
Fees are reviewed annually and the above fees are applicable to the 2022 camp only)
Please note that the enrolment fee does not include a fishing license but all attendees are required to be licensed at their own expense.
For more information contact Bronte Enquiries Contacts.
2024 Camp Dates: 7-12th January
& Other Information
The camp is based in the southern lakes system at on private land at Hut Bay, Bronte Lagoon (See below).
As the camp is of a mobile nature, campers are expected to supply their own tents, sleeping bags, cooking and eating requirements, fishing tackle and equipment.
Toilet facilities are provided.
It is hoped that campers can supply their own transport.