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Fishing Bruny Part 2 Storm Bay and the Channel

Introduction
The Channel and Storm Bay area adjacent to Bruny Island provides a picturesque and productive fishing location which is well catered for boating anglers with numerous launching ramps and quiet bays. Flathead are prolific and can be found through out the area and respond well to all fishing techniques. Atlantic Salmon are an achievable target particularly when fishing in proximity to the salmon farms. Gummy and School sharks are also widespread and a popular target due to their excellent table qualities. Calamari, which are abundant during the warmer months are a popular target and provide excellent eating and bait.

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Lakes Report

Decided to take my old mate “Roundy” for a drive up to the lakes today.
I didn’t take boat as forecast was crap, just went for a bit of a look with a couple of soft plastic rods just in case we wanted to have a fish.
Went into Little Lake, it was quite high after all the rain.
We fished for about an hour for little result, I managed one and Roundy had a couple follows.

As it was very quiet here, we decided to head over to the Great Lake and have a fish from the western side of Canal Bay because the wind was blowing off shore here.
Roundy caught a nice brown; I did not get a touch, (fished here for an hour and a half).
So all in all not much to report, we had a good drive though, next time.
PS. Also sent you a couple of pictures from Nathan Zanetto with his first Great Lake brown that he caught a few days ago.
Also a picture of some nice King George Whiting that they caught today at St.Helens.
CHEERS PHIL ZANETTO

 

 

 

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