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Some great early season locations

Shane Flude

Well it's that time of year again, the opening of the brown trout season, time to check your old gear and stock up on some new. Now the only problem is deciding which location to hear for.
Here is a list of places that may help to narrow down your choice for the first few months of the season.

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SAWorld Leading Fly Line designers from Scientific Anglers coming to Tasmania
AUGUST 1st at Clarendon

Scientific Anglers designed the first modern plastic-coated fly line way back in 1952.
SA’s international sales manager Jeff Pierce, along with their chief research and development engineer, Andrew Bosway are visiting Tasmania 01 August.
Jeff and Andrew travel the World seeking to understand the needs of anglers everywhere.
SA understands the importance of the Australian market and its long term support of Scientific Anglers.
‘We want to meet the Australian people who have made Scientific Anglers the world leaders they are today and educate them on the current technologies that our products offer.
‘We cannot wait to visit and may have a few surprises in new lines in development for people to actually cast on their own rods.’
Scientific Anglers will be holding a FREE open day for the public on 01 August at the Australian Fly Fishing Museum.
When: Saturday, August 01
Where: Clarendon Estate, Nile
Time 10am - 2pm
Sausage sizzle and cold drinks avail.
Rods avail., but BYO rod and try SA lines on yours.

Any enquiries to Mike Stevens 0418129949

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