Category Archives : Fly Fishing

Museum is reopening in October 2024

We are pleased to announce that the Australian Fly Fishing Museum is reopening in October. Situated at the National Trust property, Clarendon House, on Tasmania’s South Esk River, the museum has been closed for a while. The reopening will see it move a few metres to the old stables building – one much more suited […]

scientific angler comes to AFFM

Scientific Angler’s Fly Fishing Gurus Visit Tasmania

World leading fly line designers open day at Clarendon - Flylines and other things to be won Scientific Angler’s fly line gurus Jeff Pierce and Andrew Bosway will be talking at Clarendon on the South Esk River this Saturday August 1st at 10am. These guy’s are the brain’s behind Scientific Angler’s and they geek-out on fly lines […]

100 Fly fishers improve their knowledge and casting skills in one weekend

The Australian Fly Fishing Museum hosted an excellent event over two days ​recently, with feature guests; world casting champion, Simon Gawesworth, renowned fly casting instructor Peter Hayes, and author and presenter Peter Morse. Kicking off Friday night with A Pleasant Fly Fishing Evening, around ​80 guests gathered in the grand main foyer of historic Clarendon House. We enjoyed an entertaining […]

Simon Gawesworth and Peter Morse at A Pleasant Fly Fishing Evening

News March 2014

The Museum has now been open for quite a while and there have been many developments. It has been a well-considered and non-rushed approach since opening, but a lot has been achieved. The displays are beautiful and get great comments from anglers, artists and non-fishers. It seems we got most things ‘right’. Most of this […]