As soon as I saw these pictures I knew I had to publish them.
The Simpson is a complex river, part of a large watershed that takes in tributaries from the most diverse water sources; therefore its waters are rich and plenty of good angling opportunities. This same complexity makes of the Simpson an unstable river, subject to experience dramatic changes.
Thanks to SouthAnglers friend, legendary local guide Eduardo Otarola (a.k.a. Tolin, a.k.a. Gin Tolin and many other names we can’t even mention here) for sharing these pictures with the fly fishing community.