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Fishing around Lake Tyers Beach to Mallacoota

The Fish of the real East Gippsland

Here are few photos to whet your appetite for a catch and a feed....
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www.laketyersbeach.net.au Flathead, the classic fish for fine fare, from Lake Tyers Beach Fishers: Rob Ward, Adrienne Ward and Richard Smith (RIG)


Balck Bream www.laketyersbeach.net.au Black Bream from Sydenham Inlet (Bemm River) Fisher: Adrian Bonacci (RIG)


Sea Bream www.laketyersbeach.net.au Sea or Yellow Fin Bream from Mallacoota Fisher: Andrew Symons(RIG)

Black Bream www.laketyersbeach.net.au Black Bream from Snowy River Fisher: Boyd McPhee(RIG)


Luderick www.laketyersbeach.net.au Luderick  from Sydenham Inlet  Fisher: Rob Ward (RIG)

Black Bream www.laketyersbeach.net.au Black Bream from Mueller River Fisher: Peter Ward (RIG)


Trevally www.laketyersbeach.net.au Trevally from Lake Tyers Fisher: Rob Ward (
RIG)


Tailor www.laketyersbeach.net.au Tailor from Lake Tyers Fisher: Joe  (RIG + wire leaders)

Fisherman www.laketyersbeach.net.au Bank Fishing at Mill Point on Lake Tyers Fisher: Bruce Kirkham


Snapper www.laketyersbeach.net.au Snapper
from Lake Tyers Fisher: Rob Ward (RIG)

JackCrooks with a fine Estuary Perch
Estuary Perch at at Lake Tyers Fisher: Jack Crooks. 

Prawns www.laketyersbeach.net.au Local Prawns from Tambo Bay Fisher Rob Ward

Sand Crabs www.laketyersbeach.net.au Sand Crabs from the Sand Blasting Jetty Fisher: Adrienne Ward (NETS)

Aluminium Boat www.laketyersbeach.net.au A handy set up to explore the local waters


Garfish www.laketyersbeach.net.auDelicious Garfish from Lake Tyers Fisher: Angelo Bonacci (RIG)

Poddy Mullet at Lake TyersPoddy Mullet: Not usually caught on a line, but caught here with Electro Fish Surveying by 
Jason Lieschke.  These are filter feeders and are powerful jumpers, doing impressive head-turning jumps.

Pike Eel at Lake TyersPike Eels: Not often caught as they live in tubes in the lake bottom, with only their heads out of the sand
, but caught here with Electro Fish Surveying by Jason Lieschke.

Fisherman www.laketyersbeach.net.au Heading home after a great day on the water. Fisher: Ivan Hamilton