Lake Tyers Flathead




As Flathead Fever begins , what better way to start than Fishing for Flathead in the renowned Lake Tyers in the East Gippsland area. Join us and Troy Eaton and Scott Wakefield from the Reel It In Team as they go in hunt for the famous lizard which is every anglers sought after species. The ever so popular Lake Tyers is an easy 3.5 hours from Melbourne and only a short 5 minute drive from the centre of Lakes Entrance and is a popular destination for fishing. Sit back and enjoy the first in the Flathead Fever feature as the guys from the Reel It In Team let us in on their secrets for fishing for Flathead in this popular fishing spot.

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