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Strahan and Macquarie Harbour

Great fishing, variety and spectacular scenery is what awaits anglers venturing to Tasmania's wild west coast.
Getting there takes about three and a half hours from Launceston or four and a half hours from Hobart (add half an hour if trailing a boat).
The major angling species are Atlantic salmon, rainbow trout, Australian salmon, shark, flounder, striped trumpeter, morwong, flathead and couta.
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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 -

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Arthurs Lake Pumphouse Bay

Presidents Jim and Virginia Mckenna went for a drive up to Arthurs Lake yesterday on a scouting mission for Christmas holiday campsites. Photos were taken in the Pumphouse Bay and Jonah Bay areas, definitely plenty of water about and it all looks fantastic with the current lake levels high up into the marshes.

Whilst at the Pumphouse Bay campground, they met up with mainland President Peter Hubbard who is slaying them in front of the Pumphouse campsite on soft plastics, using his zodiac inflatable.
He can't get reception to send forward reports yet but has promised a story or two in the not too distant future.
President Todd




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