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HOW GOOD IS DUCK BAY GOING TO GET?

This seems to be the question that many anglers in the Circular Head
district are asking themselves lately. The varieties of fish being
caught have suprised the locals, with no doubt the 13 kilo snapper in
October being the highlight. Other species that have been caught in the
sporting fashion that are not usually common are King George Whiting,
pike and the snotty trevally. Throw in a few Australian Salmon, silver
trevally, gummy shark, mullet, tailor and the odd double figure flathead
and you have one of the most productive and improving estuary fishery
this state has seen in modern times.

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When you have finished for the day, why not have a brag about the ones that didn't get away! Send Mike an article on your fishing (Click here for contact details), and we'll get it published here. Have fun fishing - tasfish.com

Back to Lake Pedder Competition

The Back to Pedder competition book and entry forms are now on the club website. www.lakepedderanglersclub.com Competition books will be in fishing stores within a couple of weeks. While you’re on the site take a look at the new photos and flare night video that have been uploaded to the site this week, more photos will be added in coming weeks.

The committee are supporting the Tiger Trail Festival at Lake Pedder Chalet on 22nd and 23rd September which is the last weekend of the school holidays, further details are on our website.    

Trevor the Trout has been repaired and is looking great and will be placed back at Strathgordon on this weekend.

Cheers - Matthew Mallinson

President - Lake Pedder Anglers Club

49 Shark Point Road

Sorell  Tasmania  7172

Phone 6265 3273

Email:  lakepedderanglersclub@bigpond.com

www.lakepedderanglersclub.com

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