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Winter trout fishing

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Brown trout are available in the River Derwent year round below New Norfolk Bridge: photo D.Green

The rainbow trout waters closed last weekend (Sunday 2 June) but there are still lots of freshwater fishing available over winter. Waters open all year round are:

- Brushy Lagoon from one hour before sunrise to three hours after sunset on any day

- Craigbourne Dam from one hour before sunrise to three hours after sunset on any day

- Great Lake other than Canal Bay

- Huntsman Lake from one hour before sunrise to three hours after sunset on any day

- Huon River from the Huonville Bridge downstream to the seaward limit of that river

- Lake Barrington

- Lake Burbury

- Lake Meadowbank

- Lake Pedder

- Lake King William

- River Leven from the confluence of Whisky Creek, delineated by a straight line between grid reference 422710E 5442177N and 422750E 5442142N downstream to the seaward limit of that river

- North Esk River and River Tamar from the Lower Charles Street Bridge on the North Esk River downstream to the seaward limit of the River Tamar

- Pioneer Lake

- River Derwent from the A10 Road Bridge at grid reference 504630E 5263716N downstream to the seaward limit of that river

- South Esk River and River Tamar from the West Tamar Road Bridge on the South Esk River downstream to the seaward limit of the River Tamar

Get out and have a go!

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