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TAMS want you out fishing

By johnboy - 22 January 2014 5

Territory and Municipal Services are actively encouraging you to get out fishing on our lakes and rivers:

ACT residents are encouraged to make use of the many great fishing spots in the region, including Uriarra Loop Track, Black Mountain Peninsula, Dairy Flat, the trout waters below Bendora Dam and in Googong Reservoir.

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5 Responses to
TAMS want you out fishing
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steveu 10:25 am
22 Jan 14
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switch 11:18 am
22 Jan 14
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Think TAMS could actively encourage fishers to not trash the environment so thoroughly? Last week at Casuarina Sands I got entangled in a line in the water, picked up several cans and bottles and left the three rotting carp on the river bank.

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Thumper 11:33 am
22 Jan 14
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And clean up afterwards.

Don’t just cut line and leave it. All sorts of creatures getting tangled up in it and die.

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poetix 11:56 am
22 Jan 14
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steveu said :

And please, watch out for snakes. http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/its-a-snakeeatsnake-world-20140121-315ma.html

I have been terrifying people in New Zealand with that image.

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wildturkeycanoe 12:51 pm
22 Jan 14
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Why is TAMS encouraging fishing in N.S.W? Googong might be a nice spot to catch fish but it is only open between 8 AM and 7 PM. The best time to go fishing is on sunrise and sunset, if not during night time. You don’t catch a lot during their open hours and note they are also closed during total fire bans too.

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