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Blue Warehou Facts

Common names: trevally, snotties, snotty trevally

More closely related to the trevallas than the true trevally species. Dark steely blue above, silvery white below. When alive, darker blotches are often observed on flanks but these tend to fade soon after death. A prominent black spot is found above the pectoral fin.

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Pioneer Lake 4/8/2012

On the 4th of August I walked down to the Pioneer Lake at 6.20am. When i got there it was raining so I got ready and waited for the wind to calm down a bit then i made my first cast it blew back in with in 3 minutes but I didn't give up.

About 2 and a half hours later I saw a Rainbow trout try and eat my float then it took it down and as normal I waited 10 seconds then struck. Soon after I landed my first trout for the season. It weighted 2.3 pounds and was 46cm long.
Shawn Wellard

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