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Presented from Issue 108, February 2014

Blue Eye Trevalla is the name most used by Tasmanians to describe Hyperoglyphe Antarctica, a fish species found in all southern oceans and like most widely distributed fish they have come to be known by a variety of different names. Blue Cod, Antarctic butterfish, Bluenose Warehou, Deepsea Trevally, Blue Nosed Sea Bass or Deep Sea Trevalla, are all names used to describe one of Tasmania’s finest eating fish. It is regularly seen on restaurant menus — and as a line caught fish it is unlikely it is overfished. 

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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 - tasfish.com

Round 2 Brushy Lagoon

Arrived around 8.30 this morning it was a bit breezy but okay. Victor took off up the dam wall with his spin rod. I went out in the Purdon with my fly rod.
After a short while Victor landed a 2 1/2 pound Salmon.  Then topped it off with a 15 pound Rainbow an hour later. I had no luck but tomorrow  is another day we are off to Lake Leake.

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