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      Found 38 results

      1. tasmania Snuck Out For A Fish.

        Snuck out for a fish while on a family Holiday. Thanks for watching. Clint.
      2. tasmania Mixed Platter.

        Have not been fishing for the last couple of days. So went through some old footage and slap together a short vid. As you tell I'm great at calling what fish it is before I see it. Thanks for watching. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTBLx8KvIc4&t=306s
      3. tasmania Swimming Snake & Plenty Of Trout

        Caught up with fishing buddy Adrian Webb for a hot morning session. We ended up with about 20 fish between us which was great. Hope you enjoy. Clint. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OuMoPYoJT6k
      4. tasmania Salmon & Tailor.

        Had a fun session at my local chasing Salmon. Great fun on light gear. Enjoy and thanks for watching.
      5. tasmania Crazy Trout Capture. Insane!!!

        Had a great time chasing some Trout in very shallow water. One insane capture you have to check out. Thanks for watching. Clint. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wm-CqYEKTh0
      6. TCT Tuna Competition

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        Tuna Club of Tasmania's Tuna Competition
      7. 2019 World Fly Fishing Championships

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        The World Fly Fishing Championships to be staged in Tasmania in early December 2019
      8. tasmania S-factor?

        Last time I had the boat out was in October. So it was good to get out again. Fished Bronte lagoon for five hours. It took us three and half hours to land our first fish. We ended up landing four in the next hour which saved us from blanking. First time I have used S-Factor on my hardbody lures and it won't be the last. Thanks for watching. Clint.
      9. tasmania Tasmanian Scallop Season

        Its been a while since the last report so I thought it was about time I put something up. Just recently the recreational scallop season has opened up here in Tasmania. Our whole family loves scallops so we decided to go on a trip for the opening weekend "Last Saturday". We dive from hookahs in the Mercury Passage which is in-between Maria Island and Orford, the scallops are plentiful here and good size at that. They are in roughly 12m of water, although they can be caught both shallower and deeper. Water Visibility was fairly good, and overall weather apart from some rain was good. The bag limit for all types of scallops in Tas is 50 combined per person and it takes roughly 20 mins to grab your bag. With the extra weight of the scallops in my catch bag I did encounter a slight problem with over overfilling the bag and struggling to get back up but I managed in the end:) After around any hour of diving, we had 150 commercial scallops onboard with a few Queen Scallops in the mix. I had a little bit of time left so we headed to a nearby island, Lachlan Island. Where I managed a good sized Male Southern Rock Lobster. I did see a few other crays along a ledge but unfortunately they escaped capture, bugger! Overall it was a good day, with quite a few boats up there. We already have more trips planned being this Friday and Hopefully the coming Tuesday and I'll keep you updated of our results. Unfortunately due to an awkward camera angle, I won't be able to produce a video from the footage shot, although I am planning to get some more footage this Friday which will hopefully be a better angle. Best Regards Blake The Southern Rock Lobster r Sending my old man in as shark bait! The feed of fresh scallops Roughly where we dive for our scallops! If you haven't liked my Facebook Page yet feel free to do so, they will be a giveaway coming up soon and its a great way to stay updated. https://www.facebook.com/vandiemanfishing/ Youtube Channel
      10. tasmania Aussie Salmon On Soft Plastics.

        Managed to get out for another fish during the week. Found a school of salmon held up in a deep channel. Thanks for watching everyone.
      11. tasmania Trout 'n' About.

        Had a quick session on my local river. It was a bit tough but still managed a few. Enjoy. Clint.
      12. Fishing Boat Tasmania

        Fishing Boat Tasmania
      13. Tasmania Fish Watch

        Fishwatch - Report Illegal Fishing Ring Fishwatch on 0427 655 557. Fishwatch is a 24-hour hotline for the community to report information on illegal fishing activities. The following information will help the Marine Police combat illegal fishing: Time and location of offence. Fishing gear used with ID numbers. Car rego numbers and boat distinguishing marks. Boat descriptions. Name or description of person/s involved. Information provided to the Marine Police through Fishwatch may be: given anonymously; acted on immediately; used to assist with ongoing investigations; used for the planning of compliance operations in the future; or used in the assessment and planing of education programs. Funding for Fishwatch is provided by recreational licence fees. It is just one example of licences fees at work to keep Tasmania's fisheries sustainable. Buying or Selling Recreational Fish is Illegal You are not allowed to sell, buy, barter or raffle recreationally caught fish. Both the seller and the purchaser are liable for prosecution and heavy fines may apply. Offenders may face confiscation of boats and fishing gear and may be prevented from holding a fishing licence in the future. You are allowed to give away fish that you have caught but you must not receive any commercial gain for it. If you give fish away, make sure the receiver understand the possession limits for that species.
      14. tasmania Salmon And Tailor Off The Rocks.

        Had fun chasing some local salmon off the rocks. hope you enjoy. Cheers Clinton.
      15. tasmania Cray Diving - River Derwent

        Just a little video from today, was able to get out of the wind by diving on the western shore and ended up with my two crays. Hope you enjoy it Blake https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-u_4sCOFOY
      16. tasmania Kayak Fishing - Video

        Have a new video up, just some nice bread and butter species from the kayak. Don't Forget to Like and Subscribe! Cheers Blake
      17. tasmania Winter Abalone Dive - Video

        Got a feed of abalone on the weekend with conditions being favourable. Done all off a yak.
      18. Hi Guys I've got some videos i imagine a few of you may be interested in. My channel Features Content from Southern Tasmania. Fishing from both boat and shore. Link is Below, If you enjoy what you see be sure to like the video and subscribe to stay updated of any newer content. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuttFK_rfT_CUpjEJ6tFonw Please Like and Subscribe Kind Regards Blake
      19. Went back home to to Tassie for a week to spend some time with the folks. I got out on the Tamar River a few times and we were killing it on the flatties with micro jigs. Sorry no photos as there was no size to them, just heaps of them. We did have a big feed for lunch when we got home! Had a good session on the squid and barracouta out the headlands. The coota were in plague proportions around the 50cm mark. You could literally jiggle you lure out the side of the boat and hook up! We were trying to get them to jump out of the water and grab the lure mid air. You could literally make them dance for you! We did get one to grab the lure mid air which was crazy to watch! We kept a few between 70-80cm and a couple of small ones for bait. I was kicking myself that I didn't have any topwater lures with me as it would have been crazy fun watching them get airborne hitting the lure. We went back out a few days later with topwater lures at the ready but we couldn't find a single coota anywhere! So instead we got a heap more squid and micro jigged for reefies. The wrasse down there are in ridiculous numbers, it's just a shame they don't taste any good like they do up here. They pull like freight trains in under 5m of water with the water so clear you could sometimes see them take your lure! Not many photos taken as we were having so much fun.
      20. Fishing For Gummy Shark

        I am currently undergoing the research project in SA on gummy sharks and it would be appreciated if you could help by filling in one of my surveys. survey draft.docx
      21. Landbased advice

        Hey, I'm new to fishing Tasmania I'm going on a trip there for acouple of days in March, would someone be able to give me some advice on good spots to fish land based and what's being caught and what you can catch there. Any help would be great Thanks
      22. Some Australian Trout...

        Although we are sponsors of the site we try and not inundate the forum with marketing spam and try and keep our posts restricted to genuinely interesting pictures and information. With this in mind some of the Nordic Stage team from down south have been smashing some awesome trout lately and as AFO does not get much trout converge we thought we would share. First up our Tassy crew have been bagging some huge rainbows in the the lakes. These fish fight much harder than a lot of people give them credit for and aggressively attach lures to boot. The rod of choice the Tasmanians is the Areal range as the slower taper does a good job distributing the pressure over the whole blank during the fight and rarely do the hooks pull. Our Victorian crew have also been hitting some runs. On a recent camping trip to Lake Dartmouth the browns were prolific. This is a trip we hope to do in the new year as it involves covering a lot of ground by boat to the very back end of this huge lake to set up camp. Literally sounds amazing! As the Victorian boys flick a lot of hard bodies into timber the preference are the Areal Pros and Cheaters to put a bit more hurt on and get the fish our of cover. Thanks for reading. The Crew Nordic Stage Rods Australia
      23. Waltzing out of Tasmania: without Matilda.

        We put up the long version of our Tasmanian adventure: alaskanaturally.shutterfly.com click on waltzing out..... on our way to Queensland, There in about a week.
      24. incredible squiding this evening

        Squid up to 2.5 kg. At Bicheno Harbor this evening. Sorry haven't figured out how to attach image from phone.
      25. Fishing the Derwent

        Hey all, So while everyone is fishing the classic at the Sunny Coast I'm down here in the female groin of Australia, otherwise known as Tassie, for work and of course, I get to sneak in a quick fishing session. I only got an hour and a half in this morning behind the hotel/casino to try my luck. I set my alarm wrong (idiot) but my body clock got me up just in time to see the sky beginning to light up. A quick hustle to get my clothes on and I'm out the door and greeted by this. Mod note - I've moved the thread here because for some reason i'm not authorised to view the post if it's in the actual Tassie report section.. weird. Webstig - please look into