Anglers will be out in force over Easter, what with brown trout waters closing on April 28, while many others will try the brine.
Tamar estuary King George whiting are patchy now, but snapper have been boated near the mouth along with other beauties upstream near Devils Elbow.
Down east, albacore coming aboard off St Helens are now up to 15kg and hefty trevally remain plentiful in Georges Bay.
Inland, Arthurs Lake will attract many. With its water levels falling slowly but steadily, Arthurs is lower than it has been for months. Shore anglers are making the most of this by fishing water usually out of reach, such as productive depths in Pumphouse Bay.
Anglers who visit Curries River Dam are advised that the Inland Fisheries Service intends to conduct a survey of its trout this autumn. Meanwhile, an angler there was pleased with his recent catch of a good-conditioned brownie of 2.5kg.
With its water levels falling slowly but steadily, Arthurs is lower than it has been for months
So were four anglers who each bagged several browns from Lake Crescent last weekend. Their smallest weighed 2.7kg.
With its trout and huge Atlantic salmon, Craigbourne Dam is also delivering.
Sadly, Four Spring Lake water contains blue-green algae. Drinking or contact with it may cause sickness and irritation, although at low levels of algal density eating cooked fish is probably safe. For more details, contact Meander Valley Council on 6393 5300.
For those after crays, the rock lobster season closes for all crays in the Eastern Region and female crays in the Western Region on April 30.
Marine And Safety Tasmania advises that works on its drawing boards include re-decking the Tailrace ramp pontoon and the Binalong Bay breakwater.