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Garfish

Garfish are one of Tasmania's most sought estuarine fish during the cooler months. They are plentiful, great fun to catch and delicious to eat.
The cooler months are best, and finds the bigger fish inshore and in many Tasmanian estuaries. You will see a guide to Tasmania's hot spots following.

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Brushy / Four Springs 22/8/2012

Hi everyone, Trev had a student free day today so no work for me either. Todd assured us we would catch fish At Brushy lagoon after a recent stocking of atlantics. We all met at the boat ramp around 8.30am and were joined by Reg Travers who is currently camping there. A quick coffee and we were ready to hook in!

It wasn't long before I had a nice one on, (but not for long), and he was gone. Ten minutes later Trev was on but his fish didn't even stop! We chased it with the electric motor, but he just kept going until “snap”... it was all over.
I had one more on and lost him at the boat, by then it was time for Todd’s famous eggs and bacon.
We were joined by Vic and Rose for a feed and a chat.
They had fared much better than us with Vic landing three.
Todd and Jacob didn’t do any good at all and it wasn’t long after that, the “Big Girly Man” headed for home.
Feeling a bit deflated as well, we called into Four Springs on the way home and managed a quick one on a Yep pumpkinseed and dropped 2 others.
I think that will be my last trip to Brushy
Dale & Trev

 

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