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Tackling Snapper

Damon Sherriff

Chasing Snapper is a rewarding past time. It is more than just a hobby it is a major part of my life and I love it.

This time of year is normally a good time to chase big snapper. When the water temperature starts dropping the Tamar gets a run of larger fish. Pinkies or smaller snapper are normally caught through the warmer months. Snapper are caught in many areas. They are a bit like bream. You can catch them over mud, sand, reef and rubble. They eat mainly crabs but will still eat other food such as shell fish, cunji, crayfish and small fish. The Tamar has got thousands of snapper spots. Snapper move from bay to bay. Half the fun of snapper fishing is locating the school.
In this article I will discuss tackle for snapper and I hope that it will help you during this quest.

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Draft Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishery Management Plan 2018 28

Presentation and discussion of the

Draft Tasmanian Inland Recreational Fishery Management Plan 2018-28
Great Lake Community Centre
17 November 2017, 6 pm

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