Hello everyone, I thought it would be a good time to introduce myself.

My name is Stephen Smith and I have been managing the website tasfish.com since May 2009.

It has been an epic journey of learning and discovery and I am indebted to Mike Stevens for his help, support and patience.

I am developing a new venture Rubicon Web and Technology Training ( www.rwtt.com.au ). The focus is two part, to develop websites for individuals and small business and to train people to effectively use technology in their everyday lives.

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Stephen Smith

South Esk Report 13/11/2011

Bailey and I fished the Sth.Esk river for a couple of hours this afternoon, we were supposed to have a fish with Dale and Trev today, but looking at last night’s weather forecast for state-wide rain, I canned it for Bailey and myself.

St Patricks River

We had a look at St.Patricks river late this afternoon with Bailey, he was supposed to go fishing with Dale and Trev but Dale was a bit crook so that was the end of that.

South Esk (2) 01/10/2011

Phil has been giving away a few of his secrets,  so it was off to the South Esk for a couple of hours for Trev and I.
We caught 8 lovely fish in various sizes, all in the one location.
They where caught on YEP Red rascals clear Galaxid and rainbow ripper .

South Esk Report (1) 1/10/2011

Had a fish out to the Sth Esk this morning with Bailey, got there at around 10.30am and finished at 1.30pm, had to get home to watch Grand final, just made it.
Anyway we had a fab morning catching 17 brownies, size was from 1lb to nearly 2lb.
Bails caught eleven on hard bodys and i got six on softies, black & gold yeps and berkleys.

Macquarie River 23/09/2011

Bailey and I headed out to the Macquarie river after work today, fished from 4.30 to 6.30pm. We haven't fished here for a couple of years, thought it might be worth a look now that it has a good flow of water again after a couple of years being effected by drought conditions.

South Esk River 11/9/2011

We fished the Sth. Esk River on Sunday afternoon with Bailey and his mate Jack Seabourne.
Fished from 1.30pm and finished around 3.30pm, river running clear and dropped to good height now. We caught 14 fish on Dale’s black and gold flappers, lost a few including “one beauty” that would have been 4lb plus.
The fish caught, went from around 1lb to 2lb and were in really good condition, fish had been feeding on stick caddis.

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South Esk River proves tough, yet enjoyable

by Peter Blakeley

The South Esk River is one of many contrasts, offering many challenges to the angler. Normally by this time of year I have made numerous visits to the river. This season, however, has been an exception due to the varying weather conditions.

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