Blue Ribbon Fly Fishing in Thredbo
Posted on Friday, 22nd of February 2013
It is no surprise the Thredbo River is one of a few Blue Ribbon Trout fishing streams in New South Wales. On a warm summer evening, with the bugs and beetles flying, the fish start rising and in some of the deeper pools and runs there are monsters with fish over 4kg caught in recent times. While there are still large sections of the river that can only be accessed with a good bush bash, the new Thredbo Valley Trail is opening up long stretches making a fishing trip on the Thredbo River much easier. You can walk down the track from the village for 4 of kilometres now and very soon the track will go right through to the Rangers Station offering access to 7kms of river with some exceptional fishing.
In a short car trip from Thredbo you can also access more great fishing , from the source of the River on the Cascades Fire trail near Dead Horse Gap, through to the Thredbo Diggings Camp ground and Ski Tube access trails and of course, the Kosciuszko Road and Waste point access to the lower Thredbo River.
Thredbo is the obvious place to stay if you plan on fishing the Thredbo River with plenty of accommodation options, restaurants and cafes. To make life really easy we have created the Lantern Blue Ribbon Fly Fishing Fishing pack. The Package Includes 3 nights accommodation for the price of 2, one Free FFFF Pack (Five Favourite Fredbo Flies) and a free late check out. From only $395 twin share this is a great way to get to the heart of high country fishing . This package is available when you book online or direct over the phone. Just use the following promotional code when you book. BCODE-FFFF
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