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Late season rainbow trout

With winter fast approaching the browns of most waters are gearing up for spawning. Though surface activity is possible at ideal times, the browns are more likely to be found grubbing around the weed beds, feeding on crustaceans high in carotene and vitamin B, important for egg and milt quality. As fishing in most brown trout waters slows down approaching the close of the brown trout season (2 May), fly fishers may wish to turn their attention to rainbow trout waters when seeking the final chances for sight fishing and good quality fish for the season. Rainbow trout waters are open until 30 May this season and include Lagoon of Islands, Lake Rowallan, Lake Skinner and Dee Lagoon, with Dee Lagoon and Lake Rowallan representing arguably the better of the fisheries.
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Tommahawk and St Helens

Sending you a couple of photos that i got today of a huge gummy shark that Bailey caught at Tommahawk yesterday It must be around 25kg or more by the look of it,certainly a horsre,he and Johnno caught a few others and some nice flathead.
My brother Paul went to St.Helens, and got  a couple of nice crays in the pots, scrubby is holding a good one, they also caught some nice flatties and morwong.
 
CHEERS PHIL ZANETTO
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