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Fishing Highlights, August to September Daniel Hackett

The majority of Tasmanian fishers think of themselves as a relatively tough bunch, "any harder they'd rust', battling relentless snow, rain and sun (somebody has to do it). Despite the obvious ruggedness of the fishers in question, the battle hardened Taswegian trouter is more likely to be found tucked up in bed eating Nan's chicken soup during August and September rather then on the water. This is a pity because any time is a good time to go fishing, and August and September are no exceptions. Pack away your blouses, pull on a beanie and try a few of these highlights!

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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

Job done on Fisheries Lane, Brumbys Creek

by Sarah Graham

Maintenance work on the track into popular Brumbys Creek, near Cressy, known as Fisheries Lane was completed this week. The track had deteriorated signficantly due to the wet conditions in winter and spring with many large water filled potholes. Some were so big that the Service was considering stocking them!

As weather permitted over the past week, the Service, with the support and assistance of the Northern Midlands Council, undertook the maintenance work which involved the application of 650 tonnes of road base, and grading and rolling at a cost of around $10,000.

Users can assist in keeping the lane in good condition for as long as possible, and avoiding future costly maintenance, by observing the 20 kmh speed limit.
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