Escaped salmon lure Tasmanian fishers out for a Christmas catch after farm mishap | ABC News

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    It’s a fair bet salmon will be on many Tasmanian tables this Christmas, with anglers taking to the water to catch fish that escaped during an aquaculture farm mishap. News of the mass breakout of about 50,000 Atlantic salmon spread like wildfire after Huon Aquaculture reported that a fire melted part of an enclosure near Bruny Island on Monday. While the escape has the angling community rejoicing, others say the penetration of an introduced species into an environment is unwelcome — to the point where industrial fish farmers should face fines. Subscribe: http://ab.co/1svxLVE

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