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Tamar Marine Fishing Report – 20th October 2021

BASS STRAIGHT Species:  Bluefin Tuna. The Bluefin are still the talk of the week, once again being caught off the coast of Devonport. Skirted Lures are reported to be the main pick to land one. HIGHLAND LAKES Species:  Rainbow and Brown Trout Woods Lake and Great Lake were fishing well over the weekend, with anglers having

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Tamar Marine Fishing Report – 13th October 2021

COLES BAY Species:  Calamari Squid. The Squid season on the north coast might be closed but that hasn’t stopped anglers from heading to the East Coast to find them. If you’re a squid angler then Coles Bay was the place to be the past week some some thumpers being caught. SCAMANDER RIVER Species:  Bream. All the

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Tamar Marine Fishing Report – 6th October 2021

EAGLEHAWK NECK Species:  Bluefin Tuna. The talk of the week were the Bluefin Tuna Jumbos caught out of nowhere down south at Eaglehawk Neck. Are they coming or are they going? Either way it’s a great sign that the once seasonal Bluefin Tuna are slowly becoming a year round species. Naturally the famous Halco Laser Pro

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Tamar Marine Fishing Report – 29th September 2021

LOW HEAD Species:  Gummy Shark. With most of the fishing action focused on the Calamari at Low Head and Two Mile reef the Gummy Sharks went quietly unnoticed. Those with Long lines or Shark lines having the most luck. A couple of Flathead about as well but anglers had more success jigging for them then

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Tamar Marine Fishing Report – 22nd September 2021

LOW HEAD Species:  Flathead and Gummy Shark. The North Coast was the place to be this past week for those looking for a quality feed with plenty of Flathead and Gummy Shark being caught along the coast. Fresh bait on bottom rigs doing the bulk of the work. GEORGES BAY Species:  Trevally, Australian Salmon Georges

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Tamar Marine Fishing Report – 15th September 2021

COASTAL RIVERS Species:  Sea Run Trout. The Whitebait are moving further and further up stream providing plenty of food for the local Sea Run Trout. The North Esk, Meander, Forester, Arthur/Henty and Ringarooma to name a few that have been benefiting from the recent Whitebait run. Needless to say mimicking a Whitebait with a Softplastic

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