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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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Four Springs Report 25/9/2012

We went for our weekly trip to Four Springs and caught all our fish before 10.30. I caught 2 on the fly, one just under 5 pounds and the other 4 pound.One was caught on a green bead headed woolly bugger and the other on a red and black woolly bugger. We tried a nymph under a dun for a short while but never had a look in.

The water is quite dirty and the fish had a gut full of nymphs (Damsel, Mayfly, mudeye, stick caddis and water boatman)

Vic also caught a small one.
Regards

Rose and Vic

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