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Seasickness - You have or will suffer

Shane Flude
There would be few people reading this magazine that have
not suffered at some stage to some degree with seasickness.
Sometimes referred to as Mal de mer, seasickness is a form
of motion sickness and statistics show that 90% of people
will suffer from some form of motion sickness during their
life. Read more ...

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 2011-01-26

Thought you might find these photos interesting. Samuel and Jackson caught these fish at Arthurs Lake yesterday. We were going to take the boat but found out that the life jackets were all the way out at our shack! So we were forced to shore fish.

The kids are very happy with these fish (1 each). Samuel, the youngest boy, lost a really good one (probably 4-5lb), not far from his feet and broke his line. We also had two others snag us up.
The Trout we caught were choc-a-bloc full of Caddice and Snails!
I was just glad to have the day off to go fishing with my boys & wife... it was great!
I feel that when the lake drops 1-2m's there will be some really good fish come out of Arthurs. At the moment they simply have too much food variety.
Nick - Got One Launceston

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