Clyde River, Tasmania

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Clyde River is a slow-flowing waterway, much of which is too deep to wade.

It flows through pasture but much of the riverbank is overgrown.

The headwaters are at Lake Crescent, and the Clyde flows into the Derwent River at Meadowbank Lake.

The best fishing is just north of Bothwell and downstream from Lake Crescent.

The water discolours after floods but clears fairly quickly.

Expect brown trout to 1kg, and redfin.

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Kayaking Clyde River at Bothwell

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