Nervouswater is always looking at ways to further the interests of our hardworking guides and operators who we appreciate are the mainstays of the industry. In this light we have established our Ambassador Assist Program offering qualifying parties discounted pricing on all our products as well as showcasing their services on our website and through our social media platforms. There will also be numerous product promotions and incentives throughout the year.

Please make use of the contact form at the bottom of the page to connect with us. Give us a bit of information about yourself and any relevant social media and website links.

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Here is a list of our Hand selected Pro Guides available for that special trip and to advise you on your gear and equipment requirements.


Fresh Water

Tom Jarman Fly Fishing Guide holding a brown trout

Tom Jarman

Member of the Australian Fly Fishing Team | CortlandPro | Fly Fishing Guide and allround nice guy.

"I have devoted my life to fishing and my mission is to make everyone's time on the water as enjoyable as possible!

Growing up in Melbourne meant I was never too far away from some great spots to fish and practice my technique. I have been fortunate enough to learn almost all of our major river systems!

These days, I spend my time mostly in Melbourne and central Tasmania fishing, guiding, coaching, competing, running clinics and tying flies."

Tom Jarman


Make contact if you want us to promote your guiding operation.


Salt Water

East Coast Angling

We cater for the adventerous Saltwater Fly Fisherman.The East Cape is home to to the most diverse Saltwater fly fishing available today. From endless wading available for Permit, Blue Bastards, GT's and an array of mixed reef species to heading offshore and targeting larger pelagic's like Spanish Mackerel, Dogtooth Tuna, Marlin, the Great Barrier Reef has all the bases covered.

Hello Backing Fly Fishing

The Fishing on Cocos Keeling is second to none, it's matched well with its remote location making it the best fishery in Australia for species such as Bonefish, Trigger Fish, GT's and much more! The fishing on Cocos is made up of inner reef flats and large sand flats on the inner side of the islands with a large population of XL bonefish. The Bonefish on CKI are bigger than your normal size bonefish average 65cm-80cm and 6-10lb with plenty of trophy fish getting around on the flats.

Cape York Fly Fishing

CY Fishing Charters operate inclusively out of Albany Island, which is right smack bang in the middle of some of Australia’s most fishable waters.
A bêche-de-mer station was established on Albany back in 1862. Way back then, they knew of the island’s rich resources. Now it is home to CY Fishing Charters. Port Albany as it was known then has a rich history in helping the development of the Cape. And now we are adding to that history by building its fishing legend.

Ningaloo Fly Fishing

Guided fly fishing for trophy bonefish, permit, GT and many other great species at Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth Gulf. Other great species include: golden trevally, sailfish, marlin, spanish mackerel, tuna, barramundi, giant herring, cobia, queenfish...and many more.

​North West Cape is 1200 km north of Perth in Western Australia. Ningaloo Reef fringes the western side of the Cape from the tip for about 250 km south. The reef lays anything from a few hundred metres to a few kilometers offshore- thus forming a giant lagoon with extensive shallow sand flats and crystal clear water. There are not big tidal movements, and the sky is often cloudless. These factors combine to provide great polaroiding. 

​The area inside the reef holds numerous fish species including our discovery of trophy bonefish, as well as permit, golden trevally, giant trevally, blue trevally, goldspot trevally, queenfish, spangled emperor, milkfish, giant herring, tarpon, cobia and blue bastards.

​There are not many places in the world that you can fish the flats for permit, bonefish and GT and be within sight of boats that are fishing for marlin and sailfish.

​On the eastern side of the Cape, Exmouth Gulf offers a great alternative fly fishing experience. Most of the Exmouth Gulf waters are mangrove lined with tidal creeks and unbelievable extensive flats. There are also numerous islands and shallow shoals that offer a variety of fly fishing opportunities. If the wind blows from the west, there are sheltered bays in Exmouth Gulf to target permit, GT, metre plus queenfish, barramundi and many more species.

Kurt Rowlands

Kurt’s enthusiasm and passion for fishing his local waterway is unmistakable. He grew up fishing the waters on the Fraser Coast and has spent many years angling the Sandy Straits and Hervey Bay, along with the local freshwater impoundments and rivers. Also Fishing areas from the Capricorn coast to the hinchinbrook channel regularly. 
Targeting everything from bass and sooty grunter in the sweet water to golden trevally and pelagic species like longtail tuna, cobia and marlin in the salt, Kurt has a wealth experience. He has a self confessed obsession to fly fishing and now spends most of his time on the flats chasing anything from golden trevally, queenfish and the infamous Fraser Island marlin. When the clouds or winds become unfavourable the for the flats, the local Barra impoundments are the next place you’ll find him. Being a fairly well travelled angler he can adapt to many fishing scenarios and his easy-going attitude, enthusiasm and fishy nature see him produce excellent results for his guests and he can show you the best fishing his area has to offer 

Al Simson



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Brand Ambassadors

Dedicated professionals who not only do the business on the water, but are instrumental in furthering the brands we love.

Keith Rose-Innes

Alphonse Fishing Company

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