RFI - Bass Strait Crossing / Pelagics

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Subject: RFI - Bass Strait Crossing / Pelagics
From: "Brian and Meg" <>
Date: Tue, 10 May 2011 14:45:23 +1000
Hi all. We're hoping to take the car ferry from Melbourne to Devonport in Tas. 
sometime in early Jan., 2012 so we can spend a week or two looking for the 
Tassie endemics. There are 2 options - a daylight crossing or an overnight 
crossing. What are the chances of seeing some pelagic species in the day trip?? 
What species would probably be around in January?? Is there any part of the 
trip that would be more productive than others??? There will also be the return 
trip. Would really appreciate any comments as we need to decide which crossing 
to take. Please answer offline.
Brian & Meg Johnson

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