A weekend of wild weather stopped most anglers from heading out over the weekend, with only the extremely keen venturing out. EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin Tuna. The Jumbos are still firing at Eaglehawk Neck with a number of big fish caught over the past week. The Halco Laser Pro – King Brown colour still leading
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A mixed bag of weather over the Easter weekend produced a mixed bag of angling results. EAST COAST Species: Bluefin, Yellowfin and Albacore Tuna. The long weekend gave anglers plenty of opportunity to make the journey down to Eaglehawk Neck where the Bluefin barrels have been on the run. Plenty of fish hooked over the
Easter weekend is shaping up to be a great weekend on the water (weather permitting) with plenty of fish being caught around the state. EAGLEHAWK NECK Species: Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna. It was the battle of the Tuna over the weekend at Eaglehawk Neck with both Bluefin and Yellowfin landed in the area. The Halco
WEST COAST Species: Striped Trumpeter and Bluefin Tuna. It’s not often we hear reports from the rugged West Coast of Tasmania, but those lucky enough to live down that way have been having a great run of Stripey Trumpeters as well as catching the odd Bluefin Tuna making its way up the West Coast. COLES
TAMAR RIVER Species: Kingfish. The Kingfish are still being caught down towards the mouth of the Tamar River, Garden Island being the hot spot this week. Kingfish like to sit in the water currents around structure. Try trolling around the river markers at a pace of around 9 knots. SOUTH ESK RIVER Species: Brown and Rainbow
TAMAR RIVER Species: King George Whiting, Flathead, Calamari and Salmon. The Tamar River has gone quiet over the past week compared to recent weeks, but anglers are still having fun catching many of the local residents. King George Whiting on the sand flats, Calamari over the weed beds, Salmon in Bell Bay and Flathead out off