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Craigbourne Report

Hi all, just a few pic’s from a trip to Craigbourne during the week. No doubt many would have read about Inland Fisheries tipping a quantity of large salmon into it a week or so ago.

Ada and Carters trip 3

By John Dekkers
Returned home today from Ada and Carters, the fishing was still good, we brought home 9 this time.

Lake's Flora and O’Dell’s

Myself and good friend Aaron and his father Dean spent Sunday walking the shores of Lake's Flora and O’Dell’s, a beautiful walk in and around the lake's makes for a great day out

Tassie January 2011

by Dave Egan
Once again my annual trip to Tassie proved to be a fantastic fly fishing learning experience and heaps of fun despite tough weather conditions and some even tougher fish. For those lucky enough to live in Tassie you can pick your days to fish but for us poor deprived Mainlanders we have to take what we get and it isn’t always good what the weather gods dish out.  I have fished the central plateau for the last 30 years so I know not to expect great weather on all days every trip. At times the poor weather improves the fishing such as dull, overcast and cool Dun type days.

Laughing Jack Report

Took the kids camping to Laughing Jack last weekend. I hadn’t been there for years and had forgotten what a great spot it was. The fishing was pretty slow and we caught 4 fish, 2 spinning around the edges and I caught 2 Sunday at first light on fly while the kids slept. There was  a pretty good midge hatch at first light but it was dead still with no wind lanes formed until about 10.00am. Some fish stayed up in them but were difficult to catch.
Regards, Shaun.
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