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Fishing Videos / Sweetwater jack fishing .
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News Views & Press Releases / No Fires No Camping at Four Springs
« Last post by Member on February 16, 2018, 10:05:28 AM »
No Fires No Camping at Four Springs

New signs have been installed at Four Springs Lake Reserve to remind visitors that Four Springs Lake Reserve is a day use only area. Camping and fires are prohibited within the reserve including the car park and lakeshore.

Penalties apply.
Source: No Fires No Camping at Four Springs
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News Views & Press Releases / Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photography Competition
« Last post by Member on February 15, 2018, 04:05:12 PM »
Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photography Competition

Don’t forget we want your best Tasmanian trout fishing photos. Entries for the Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photography Competition 2017-18 will be accepted up until 5pm on Monday 30 April 2018
There are cash and gear prizes on offer - 1st Place: $500, 2nd Place: 1xpair Neoprene waders (Fly 'n Dry), 3rd Place: 12 x Lures (Hueys Lures).
• Photos need to be taken by the person making the entry.
• Photos can’t be ones entered in 2016-17
• Photos need to be taken in Tasmania.
• Photos need to be about inland fishing
• Photos don't have to contain a fish.
• Photos could be a favourite fishing spot, artfully placed gear or fishing with family, friends or a mate.
Entry is free.
You can submit up to 6 images with maximum size 5 MB each.
Images will be showcased and the winner announced at Trout Weekend 2018.
Download the Entry Form, fill it out, press the submit button, attach your photos and email it all to us at photos@ifs.tas.gov.au.
Check out the gallery for the Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photography Competition 2016-17 see all the entries.
Source: Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photography Competition
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News Views & Press Releases / Hydro Tasmania 2018 Community Grant Program
« Last post by Member on February 15, 2018, 10:10:51 AM »
Hydro Tasmania 2018 Community Grant Program

Hydro Tasmania has launched their 2018 Community Grant Program.
Hydro Tasmania offers grants for not-for-profit (NFP) community organisations based in Tasmania to help fund projects that make a real difference for people and communities.
Applications for the 2018 Community Grant Program are now open and close at the end of March.
For more information and to apply visit our website at www.hydro.com.au/community/community-grants.
Source: Hydro Tasmania 2018 Community Grant Program
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Fishing Videos / Smoked By Wrasse.
« Last post by Member on February 14, 2018, 02:29:06 PM »
Had a ball chasing some wrasse amongst the rocks. Got smoked by a couple but was good fun. Thanks for watching.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbil9rXezBU
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News Views & Press Releases / Australia Day award for Trout Weekend
« Last post by Member on February 14, 2018, 10:01:18 AM »
Australia Day award for Trout Weekend

Trout Weekend recently received the 2018 Central Highland Community Event Australia Day Award. Trout Weekend has been running for 30 years in the Central Highlands.

Central Highland Council and Community members celebrated the Australia Day Awards with a BBQ at the Bothwell Swimming Pool.

Congratulations to Mrs Raylee Parsons, who was awarded as the Central Highland Citizen of the year, and to all other recipients of the Central Highland Councils Australia Day Awards.

Trout Weekend returns in 2018. We hope to see you up at our Liawenee field station over Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May.
Source: Australia Day award for Trout Weekend
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News Views & Press Releases / Cumbungi (bullrush) control continues at Four Springs Lake
« Last post by Member on February 13, 2018, 04:05:12 PM »
Cumbungi (bullrush) control continues at Four Springs Lake

As part of an ongoing program to control cumbungi (bullrush) at Four Springs Lake we engaged Woodlands P/L to spray the remaining infestations around the lake.

Spraying with bi-active herbicide (frog and aquatic fauna friendly) was completed on Wednesday 7 February.

Over coming months these infestations should die off. Follow up treatment is planned for 2019 should a 100% success not be achieved.

The infestation at the southern end of the lake that was slashed in January will be slashed again in late February.
Source: Cumbungi (bullrush) control continues at Four Springs Lake
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News Views & Press Releases / October to December 2017 Carp Management Program Quarterly Report
« Last post by Member on February 13, 2018, 10:04:02 AM »
October to December 2017 Carp Management Program Quarterly Report

The October to December 2017 Carp Management Program Quarterly Report has now been completed, and is available for public access at the link below.

Find out the latest news on the 2017-18 season with the Carp Management Program, and how the battle with carp in Lake Sorell is progressing.

Read about the current carp eradication techniques/strategies and how they will change as the season progresses.

So far the results look promising and the CMP are getting closer and closer to achieving their goal of complete eradication!
Source: October to December 2017 Carp Management Program Quarterly Report
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News Views & Press Releases / Cumbungi control trial at Four Springs Lake
« Last post by Member on February 09, 2018, 10:06:06 AM »
Cumbungi control trial at Four Springs Lake

Anglers Alliance Tasmania was recently alerted to increasing infestation of cumbungi (bullrush) at Four Springs Lake. These infestations could potentially, over time, inhibit fishing in the shallow margins of the lake if left uncontrolled.
It was determined that two control methods would be trialed for effectiveness. The first method is to slash the cumbungi 150mm under the water during January with follow up treatments 4-6 weeks afterwards.
The second method is using a low toxicity biactive herbicide suitable for use in aquatic and sensitive areas on aquatic weeds.
Anglers Alliance Tasmania approached IFS to assist with conducting the slashing method.
AAT volunteers David Lee and AAT Executive member, John Broomby assisted by Neil Morrow of IFS, used a specially converted brush cutter to slash the largest infestation along the southern shore. This work was completed on Monday 15 January.
IFS will engage a contractor to undertake spraying of the remaining eight, smaller, infestations later in January or early February with all treatments being monitored for effectiveness in controlling this invasive weed. Follow up treatments will be conducted accordingly.
Source: Cumbungi control trial at Four Springs Lake
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Buy Swap and Sell / Scotty Downrigger - Electric
« Last post by Member on February 08, 2018, 05:48:01 PM »
Scotty Downrigger - Electric

No. 1101 Depthpower Downrigger (30″)
SKU: 1101 Category: Electric Downriggers
DESCRIPTION
Designed for heavy duty use, this unit will handle long hours and heavy weights in tough conditions.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW:
   Fully adjustable decent speed, lifts 7 lb. weights at 235 ft./min. and 15 lb. weights at 203 ft./min.
   Spray protected positive-drive depth counter and Kevlar drive belt by Optibelt
   250 ft. of 150 lb. Test, Stainless Steel Downrigger Cable
   Boom mounted adjustable 358 Rodmaster II Rod Holder
   Includes Scotty/Marinco Plug and Receptacle
   The lowest amperage draw of any downrigger made with less than 1/3 the battery draw than some of the competition
   Marine grade stainless steel boom
   Multi-position auto-stop included (Use 1008 Stopper Beads to stop at any pre-set position)
   Includes Power Grip Plus Line Release
   Includes 1023 Tilt-up Mounting Bracket which enables the unit to be tilted and locked in the upright position
   Includes 1026 Swivel Pedestal Mount with 16 available positions
   Fully assembled and factory tested with complete saltwater protection
Downrigger Boom Length: 30″ stainless steel boom
Downrigger Boom Diameter: 1 1/4″
Rod Holder Interior Diameter: 1.85″


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