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Is Tasmania's Trout fishery Slowly disappearing?

In recent times Tasmania has seen some structural changes occurring to the management of its inland fishery. They have been slow coming though - too slow for many anglers.

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lake-crescent-2014-09-23-bLake Crescent 23/9/2014

This report is coming from the shores of Lake Crescent.Todd gave us a bum steer  - the fish do fight.
The first fish was a 6 lb Rainbow which took half an hour to get in the boat. The second was a cracker of a brown of 12 LB that took another half hour. Vic and I were using 6 lb. leaders. 
Thanks for the info it was spot on. We are here for a few days so hopefully we will see some more action.
Regards, Rose and Vic
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