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West Arm Tamar Report

Jim McKenna, myself and two of our children (Stacey and Jacob) went down to West Arm on the Tamar last night (12th) to see if we could get onto a couple of flounder. Water is still very murky and we managed only two. The going was pretty hard, and that's all we did over the long weekend "fishing wise".
regards, Todd Lambert.

Doing it in the Dark Tamar River - Floundering

By Dale Howard
With Winter well and truly upon us, many fishers seem
happy to put the trout gear away for a while and move
onto other things to occupy themselves. For Dale
Howard and his son Trevor it’s time for a few visits along
the shores of the Tamar River......Flounder time!
This article comes about from the urging of the editor (Mike
Stevens) after seeing some pictures of a recent trip with my
son and a few mates.

Tamar Report May 15th 2010

Went out again last night as conditions were perfect and we knew it would be a while before we struck the tides and everything "just right" like it is at the moment. We also had to factor in that I had couple of children wanting to go urgently after the previous night with Dale where we scored a few and they were left at home.

Tamar Report January 2010

The Beaumonts have been fishing Clarence Point, Kelso and Greens Beach.
Today 6 year old Alex scored the best flat head - approximately 2 kilos.

Six Lower Tamar Hotspots

Damon Sherriff

Wow what a winter. So much rain but we really needed it. I have never seen the rivers running like they are now. The Tamar is just starting to clear up now. October and November are my favourite times of the year. Everything starts to move as the water temperature in the Tamar starts to rise. It normally rises about a degree every 2 weeks at this time of the year.
In this article I am going to recommend six hotspots around the Tamar that a worth fishing this time of year.