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Mitta Mitta Fly Fishing Raft Tour

1279 Myrtleford-Yackandandah Road, Mudgegonga, Victoria, 3737
Tour operated by: River Escapes

The Mitta Mitta River tailrace begins below the Dartmouth regulating pondage. Due to the depth of Lake Dartmouth, it supplies very cold and clear water into the river, making it ideal for trout. The Mitta Mitta River is characterised by fantastic long riffle sections, often with large pools in between, set against a backdrop of valley farms and picturesque mountains.

The raft opens up many kilometres of river and is truly a great way to fish the Mitta. Large gravel bars can be explored on foot by exiting the raft. Depending on the season and flow conditions, you can be rafting the Mitta as early as trout season opening. Reliable hatches usually begin by early October and large terrestrials like grasshoppers and cicadas begin to make an appearance as summer rolls around. The elusive platypus is regularly encountered, providing a welcome distraction for both fisherman or even a non-fishing partner.

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River Escapes offers unique tours as they are both from a scientific and conservation background. Extensive knowledge of freshwater ecosystems and a member of the Professional Fishing Guides and Instructors Association.

River Escapes offers fly fishing lessons for all levels of experience, guided fly fishing for trout, guided fly and lure fishing for Murray Cod and Golden Perch.

From fly fishing beautiful high country streams, drifting a larger river for trout or Murray cod, or fishing larger waterways from a larger boat. River Escapes has the knowledge and know how to help you get the most out of your time on the water.

For those not after a fishing trip, scenic cruises of local waterways are also available from the boat.

For further information please contact River Escapes.

1279 Myrtleford-Yackandandah Road, Mudgegonga, Victoria, 3737

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