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Clarence Lagoon is a dedicated brook trout water.
The entrance to the Clarence Lagoon track is 3.2km west of the Clarence River bridge on the Lyell Highway.
The rough 4WD access track sometimes becomes overgrown.
A small parking area is at the end of the track, and a short walk takes you to the lagoon.
The lagoon is stocked, for example there were 5000 brook trout fry released in 2012.
Brook trout tend to turn on and off with their feeding, so be persistent in your efforts.
When they are feeding they will readily take most lures or wet flies.
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Some external videos of Tasmanian brook trout fishing are featured below.