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Fishing in the city

I spotted a small fish rising to a hatch of snowflake caddis in the far side of the pool. My cast was only average but it did not take long for the fish's little eyes to light up and gobble down my caddis imitation. After a quick but lively fight I'd released my fourth trout for the evening.

Where was I? I was only ten minutes from the city of Launceston, in the middle of the Cataract Gorge, just down from the First Basin.

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Woods Lake Report from Sat 27th November

Fished Woods Lake on Saturday morning. On water about 7:30am with slight northerly so headed to southern end of lake. We up 5 nice fish on soft plastics close to shore but no surface feeders seen. About 10am went over to eastern shore where there were alot of mayflys hatching. Over next 2 hours caught and released so many fish using a highland dun pattern close into the shore. Headed back to boat ramp about midday and while cleaning fish i paused for about 30 seconds and looked along the bank and saw no fewer than 25 rises in a 50m stretch to the north.
Amazing morning!
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