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The action just gets better in the fresh
Jason Ehrlich | October 2016

Last month did not disappoint. The impoundment bass population fired up as expected in most lakes around Queensland. Somerset was the standout for monster fish and I spent quite a few sessions chasing the elusive bass over 3kg. We managed plenty of 50cm+ fish over these trips with my biggest being a massive 56cm bass, which was as fat as they come.
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Finding gold at the rivers
Tag | November 2015

A good winter and lots of snow has given the newly released trout a good start in the rivers.

With trout season now in full swing and afternoon hatches becoming more frequent November should see some productive fishing in the rivers and creeks.
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New Burrinjuck reporter
Dean Brind | September 2015

Golden perch will be the main targeted species during spring as the water begins to warm.

About the author: Dean Brind is our new reporter for Burrinjuck Dam, a great waterway that’s located 90 minutes from Canberra and about 3.5 hours from Sydney. Dean, who runs the Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park, has been contributing reports to www.reports.fishingmonthly.com.au for over two years now, and we look forward to his monthly constributions in NSWFM.
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Lure them up the warmer months
Ian Debar | March 2015

Warm weather this month means good fishing in all of the local freshwater locations with pretty much all species available.
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Lake Eildon stocking
Tag | December 2014

One million extra Murray cod fingerlings were stocked into Lake Eildon over three years

Since 2000, more than 3.7 million native fish fingerlings have been stocked into Lake Eildon to improve fishing opportunities for anglers. That’s a lot of fish into one lake!
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Remember inland fishing rules
Tim Farrell | December 2014

Make sure you know the rules as Fisheries will be checking. IFS produces a pocket guide the Tasmanian Inland Fishing Code to help with any queries.

The Inland Fisheries Service (IFS) fields enquiries from time to time regarding the regulation of inland recreational fishing particularly the licence, seasons, methods, size limits, bag limits and hours of fishing which apply. The reason there is no single rule for Tasmania’s diverse range of river and lake fisheries is in part due to tradition but also the need to achieve fishery specific management objectives or the needs of other regulators and land managers.
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Rain won’t stop play
Steve Haughton | September 2014

Les with a 62cm brown trout caught and released just before the season closed on the Queen’s Birthday weekend in June.

September 5 sees the season re-open. Don’t expect any fireworks and grand openings; instead there will be a lot of happy stream trout anglers wading the streams or walking the banks of their favourite stretch with a smile on their face.
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Cod revel in post flood conditions
Justin Mcleish | June 2012

Savanna Wellings caught her first carp on scrubworms while fishing with her family on the Murray at Echuca.

A couple of months ago the township of Nathalia was a mass of sandbags as the Broken Creek was in full flood.
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Lake William Hovell
Robbie Alexander | March 2012

Beautiful and tranquil, Lake William Hovell is a fantastic small lake to take the family for a day out fishing.

Buried deep into the northern side of the Great Dividing Range in the upper reaches of the King River lays one of the most amazing, pretty and tranquil places you are ever likely to visit, and that place is lake William Hovell.
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