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Nymph under Dry - double your chances

Joe Riley
Those who fish the rivers around Tasmania all enjoy the sight of a black spinner drifting along a riffle disappearing in the slight swirl created by a good sized brown sucking the fly through the surface film of the water.
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Brushy Lagoon Report 6/8/12

I took Bailey and his mate Jack Shennan for a quick fish to Brushy Lagoon after work. We arrived there around 5pm and the boys flicked some softies around for an hour, Bailey managed to land a nice 6lb salmon,talked to a few other anglers who all had fish. One fellow posed for the camera with a couple of nice salmon he had caught, another fellow was telling me that a couple of anglers caught 26 salmon and kept the lot - talk about bloody cormorants!!

What would they want to keep that many for?
Its a pity the Inland Fisheries guys weren't there.
Anyway, the boys had a bit of fun - hopefully Jack can nail one next time.

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