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Fishing Reports / Re: Central Queensland fishing.
« Last post by Member on Today at 06:30:58 AM »
Hi, Riverhunter. Looks like you had a great holiday. You had a fortunate escape there from that croc and just remember that only recently a 5 metre one was shot in the fitzroy river near rockhampton and i believe the fellow responsible was recently caught and fined for the act. There have been sightings of the things as far south as sandy straits although i think they would be few and far between this far south. I remember many years ago there were so many in the mary river that the locals wanted an organised cull to take place. Whether that happened i don't know but anywhere north of about gladstone crocs can be found with some reliability. Any how it looks like you had a good time and i will have to get up that way myself soon but i will not be putting my canoe into many of the rivers up there!
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News Views & Press Releases / Found at Four Springs Lake
« Last post by Member on Yesterday at 10:06:05 AM »
Found at Four Springs Lake

Found at Four Springs Lake.

A small camera in a waterproof cover with deck or head mount.

To claim please contact infish@ifs.tas.gov.au or phone 1800 INFISH (469 474)
Source: Found at Four Springs Lake
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News Views & Press Releases / IFS support weed removal at yingina/Great Lake
« Last post by Member on February 21, 2018, 10:01:03 AM »
IFS support weed removal at yingina/Great Lake

Last weekend IFS participated in a exercise to remove Ragwort from Elizabeth Bay, Great Lake.  This highly invasive weed has infested large areas along the eastern side of the Great Lake and an ongoing project by the Derwent Catchment Project aims to remove it from this region.  With financial support from Hydro Tasmania, the Derwent Catchment Project coupled together personnel from IFS, AAT, Tas 4WD and private individuals to make inroads into the removal of the weed.  The weekend involved contributors pulling the plant out of the ground and then removing the seed head and bagging it to prevent germination.  A very large area covering 150 - 200 acres is now devoid of mature plants which would have otherwise seeded over coming months.  Many thousands of mature plants were removed and given that 1 mature plant can produce up to 240,000 seeds, the impact from the weekend is very significant.  As well as contributing in the removal of the plants, IFS also provided boat transport for personnel from Boundary Bay and return each day and the provision of overnight accommodation at its Liawenee Hostel. It is expected that the project will need to continue for several years to see the eventual removal of ragwort from the area.
Source: IFS support weed removal at yingina/Great Lake
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Fishing Videos / Re: Barra fishing
« Last post by Member on February 20, 2018, 04:42:42 PM »
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Fishing Videos / Re: Barra fishing
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Fishing Videos / Barra fishing
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Sweetwater Fishing Locations / Timber snags
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Fishing Reports / Central Queensland fishing.
« Last post by Member on February 20, 2018, 11:59:59 AM »
Gday
We just got back from camping trip. Touring around central coast Rockhampton.
Found some magic places. And nearly got eaten by a 4 metre crocodile. Caught a nice little jack ar river ranch before a crocodile come up 20 metres to left side behind me chucked my scissors and phone in bag wound in barra lure quick and bailed was out in middle of river standing on a rock past waist deep water. Made it back to land all scratched up from falling on rocks falling over in panic . Caught up with two blokes from Rockhampton down near highway bridge and siad I should not be fishing alone or go out in water at back. They siad was extremely lucky didn’t get taken a 4 and 5metre croc just few nights before spotlighting. After that we continue onto explore Awoonga awesome views got dusted by a mosnter jack on daiwa 2-5kg rod with 15 lb leader tsunami 3 inch plastic.All good fun . Thinking to take kayak to back of lake next time.
Cheers Joseph
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Fishing Videos / Re: Fishing With Soft Plastics.
« Last post by Member on February 20, 2018, 06:55:50 AM »
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