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Archive Date: 21/01/2018




             



     
                          

            
                                              

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Note: We do not have licences available through the store with Cash or EFT. We can do them online with a MasterCard or Visa only.                                           
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18/01/2018








EUCUMBENE


            

                                               


46.0%

 

            
 



Steady       

        

JINDABYNE


86.0%



Rising     

TANTANGARA

42.7%

Rising


        
            



for information on water releases go to water.nsw.gov.au
  

 

 

 


 

  

gday all,just a bit of an updated report,Eucumbene 46.35% rising,Jindabyne 86.12% rising,Tantangarra 42.14% .Eucumbene has been a little tuffer than previous weeks,with mixed weather conditions from one day to the next making anglers change approach nearly each time they venture out.overcast days and low light periods during dawn and dusk being the most productive.Fish are beginning to looking up and responding to dry fly and mudeyes fished close to the top.flat line trolling has been very good over the last week with plenty of anglers bagging out after a few hours.Jindabyne is a real mystery bag and is fishing very well on its day,i fished east jindy with an intermediate line ,pulling tandem buggers up and over the rocks from the depths and got 4 fish up to 4lbs in under 2 hours,but went back the next day and struggled to find a fish.reports of good fish over kalkite flats in newly covered ground are coming in to lure and mudeye fishos.powerbait is still accounting for fish around wollondibby inlet.Tantangarra is looking mint and fishing close to the edge in amongst the tussocks is almost a certainty to connect to 1 of its lovely wild trout.bait fishing in all areas has been fruitful but concentrating on deeper areas but still close to the edge on the brighter sunnier days has been very good.Thredbo river is still producing the best trout in several seasons,and the eucy river has also been living up to its name with very nice fish. tight lines and have an awesome new year!

 

 
 

EUCUMBENE LAKE TROLLING
Now Christmas has gone things are starting to pick up the fish are starting to take mudeye’s so that’s bringing the bigger rainbows in along with the browns.
Trolling has been at it’s best early mornings so from 4am till 9am about 30 meters out if your staying longer start moving out to the deeper waters as the sun comes up.
Tassie Devils, King Cobras, Bullets and Rapala’s are all working well
 
Middling Bank, Tassie’s 4,37,107,119,  King Cobra, 42,SP,  Rapala 13,11 Rainbow
Rushes, Rapala 13,9 Browns and Rainbows
Seven gates, Tassie 107,119.123,PP,  Rapala 13 Rainbow
Braemer Bay, Tassie PP,121,4,119,29,  Rapala 13,11,9 Spotted Dog, Rainbow, Brown
Old Adaminaby, King Cobra, 42,44,Rainbow,65,  Tassie,119,121,124
 
Best places have been at the bottom end of the lake early mornings and late afternoons

 

 


 

 

JINDABYNE LAKE TROLLING
Not many reports over the Christmas brake but I’m pretty sure thing will change once all the water skies have gone.

 

 

 

 

TANTANGARA LAKE
The lake is nice and high with plenty of reports coming in so if your looking for somewhere to go this would be the place fishing most of the day and into the night is going well.
Tassie Devils, Rapala’s, King Cobras are all working well. Spinning from the banks with MAPSO Spinners are going great.


 


 
 
 
MUDEYE’S, MUDEYE’S, MUDEYE’S
BAIT FISHING ALL LAKES
Bait fishing is starting to kick in with good reports coming from middling bank all on MUDEYE’S in the afternoons.
Worms are working well mostly in the mornings.
Best places are Middling Bank, Rushes, Seven Gates, Yens Bay all on mudeye’s and worms
I you are heading up to Tantangara Mudeye’s are killing it
 
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