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Snapper-Effort Equals Rewards

   Snapper are definitely Tasmania's premier estuary inshore sports fish.  They are caught from as far west as Smithton, all along the Northern Tasmanian coast to the far south-east where the occasional fish is reported.  To me, Snapper have the lot - good looks, hard fighting and delicious eating qualities. (My father does not eat seafood of any type, but loves a meal of Snapper.)

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Arthurs Lake 14/1/2013

My Nephew Jedd and I just returned from our Annual trip to Arthurs lake but sadly our trip was cut short to just over 3 days as my mum was very ill and we needed to rush home. The three days we did have were very good weather-wise with warm weather and a fair amount of sunshine.

 

Much to my surprise this weather pattern brought on a big black spinner hatch from about lunch time to after dark. The fish were easily found in the lee shores feeding actively on spinners. My nephew got his first seven fish on the fly and can’t wait to get back next trip. I got 30 fish including 4 in 4 casts and 2 lots of 2 in 2 casts. The fish were mostly small between half a pound and 2 pound but they were in good condition and fought well. It’s great to see the lake looking healthy again and I’m sure that overcast days will see some great fishing on the duns in the next few weeks. Those of you lucky enough to pick your day to head up to the lakes are in for a treat.

Tight lines and wet nets Dave Egan.

 

 

 

 

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