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Blue Warehou Facts

Common names: trevally, snotties, snotty trevally

More closely related to the trevallas than the true trevally species. Dark steely blue above, silvery white below. When alive, darker blotches are often observed on flanks but these tend to fade soon after death. A prominent black spot is found above the pectoral fin.

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Australia Day Lake Pedder 2015 Trout fishing competition Thursday 22nd Jan to Monday 26th Jan.

Every competitor is placed in the draw to win the boat package
On behalf of Lake Pedder Anglers Club, I would like to invite all anglers to our 35th Australia Day Trout Fishing Competition. All competitors will be placed in a draw to win a boat package, to win you must be present at the draw on Monday 26th. The prize pool has once again been valued at over $20,000 and we thank our sponsors for their support to this event. This is a family orientated competition with activities for children throughout the event. Join us for some serious fishing followed by evenings filled with laughter and fishing stories around the Chalet bar. If you’re new to trout fishing, come along, our members are very supportive and will be very happy to give you some tips on the finer art of trout fishing.


On the Saturday night the club will be conducting a charity fundraising auction, funds raised assist us to offer charities a fishing experience at our club pond at Ouse. We look forward to sharing this special part of the Tasmania with you.

Matthew Mallinson, President Lake Pedder Anglers Club
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: 03 6265 3273 (answering machine)

Club Membership Fees Competition Entry Fees

  • Adult $20.00
  • Juniors $10.00
  • Family $50.00
  • LPAC Members Adult $20.00
  • Juniors $10.00
  • Family $50.00
  • Non Members Adult $35.00
  • Junior $15.00

Registration Information and Weigh-in
Competition Registration and Weigh in times

  • Thursday 22nd 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Lake Pedder Chalet
  • Friday 23rd 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Lake Pedder Chalet
  • Saturday 24th 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Lake Pedder Chalet 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Edgar Camp Ground
  • Sunday 25th 1.00 pm - 2.00 pm Lake Pedder Chalet
  • Monday 26th 10.30 am - 11.30 am Lake Pedder Chalet

Note: No fish from Lake Gordon will be accepted at Weigh – in
For last minute updates, check the club website and facebook pages any updates will be posted on these sites up to 20th January 2015.

Major Prize for 2015:
3.6 m Islander Dinghy from Watercraft donated by Hydro Tasmania and LPAC.
15Hp Mercury Outboard donated by Mercury and Channel Marine.
Dunbier Trailer donated by Dunbier and King Towbars and Trailers.
Remember - Every competitor is placed in the draw to win the boat package

Shane Alderton
Committee Member
Lake Pedder Anglers Club

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