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    Guest guest7049

    Is there any decent coarse fishing around Adelaide or is it all sea fishing?

     

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    Baz

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    Its mostly sea fishing there is the river murray which is full of carp and I think if you catch a carp in the murray its against the law to put it back there are known as pests here.I am sure ther will be a few places about you will be able to fish

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    Guest Squareman

    Carp is regarded as a pest in the US and many parts of Africa. They don't play nicely with other fish.........

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    Guest Damien

    There's loads of coarse fishing about. As lorluc says, the South Australian Freshwater Angling Association (SAFWAA) is cheap to join (about $25 I think) and has access to loads of dams with redfin, carp, natives, trout etc. There's also the Torrens and the carp ponds by the Onk to name but a few. Just remember carp and redfin mustn't be returned, there are big fines if you get caught.

     

    Log onto strikehook.com, there's a freshwater section on there that is really good and lads from SAFWAA get on there a lot.

     

    Hope this helps,

     

    Damo

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    Guest guest7049

    Thanks for the replies guys, will have a look at the link cheers.

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    Guest Damien

    Just remember those rules about carp and perch (redfin) sparkesy. I know my workmates in the city patrol the area a heck of a lot and it will hit your back pocket if you return noxious spp. When I was in the UK I'd never dream of killing any coarse fish but the rules are there for a bloody good reason.

     

    Damo

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