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Snapper-Effort Equals Rewards

   Snapper are definitely Tasmania's premier estuary inshore sports fish.  They are caught from as far west as Smithton, all along the Northern Tasmanian coast to the far south-east where the occasional fish is reported.  To me, Snapper have the lot - good looks, hard fighting and delicious eating qualities. (My father does not eat seafood of any type, but loves a meal of Snapper.)

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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 -


Issue 112 October / November 2014 

On sale in Tackle shops now - in Newsagents Thursday 9 October.
Contents include how Mike and Todd caught three fish in Lake Crescent that weighed 30 pounds, plus heaps more as below.

  • Lake Crescent — Mike Stevens
  • Redfin Perch - pest or sportfish? — Michal Rybka
  • Georges Bay — Jamie Henderson
  • Saltwater in Spring — Matt Byrne
  • October Highlands Action — Joe Riley
  • Calamari — Todd Lambert
  • Indicator Nymphing — Peter Broomhall
  • Angling Art - with Hannah Ledger
  • Jan’s Flies — Jan Spencer
  • Tailing Trout on Dry Flies — Craig Rist
  • Burnie and Surrounds — Daniel Paull
  • New Products
  • Tasmanian Trout Classic — Justin Causby
  • Marine Fishing News
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