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Archive Date: 14/03/2012

 


                                                Excellent Fishing





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HEADLINES


We are getting a lot of feed back from the Seven Gates area about fires and rubbish left all over the place.
Please be mindful to take your rubbish with you and clean up after yourself.

 

Please be sure to carry your PFD & fishing licences as NSW Maritime are out at Christmas time. Nsw fisheries inspectors are working the Snowy Mountains area during the peak holiday season. So remember if you do not have a current fishing licence and on your person you will be fined. So for the sake of 5 minutes do yourself a favour.

Maritime services are on the lakes, So make sure you water craft are up to par with current safety standards, if you are not sure contact Ph 13 12 56 or website:
www.maritime.nsw.gov.au

FISHING LICENCES These are available online and you can purchase them directly from the NSW fisheries website with a credit card. Click on this link below.

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fisheries/recreational/licence-fee

http://www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fisheries/recreational/freshwater

Note: We do not have hand written licences available through the store with Cash or EFT. We can only do them online with your MasterCard or Visa in the shop.

Rivers: Open

Store Trading Hours

Mon-Thursday 9am - 5:30pm

Friday 9am - 7pm    on Friday 9th march we will be closed at 5.30pm

Saturday 7am - 5.30pm

Sunday 8am -4:30pm

 

 

Flyfishing

Rivers:-  The river fishing has been great in the streams.Still good water in all the high country rivers and streams, and plenty of hungry fish.  Dusk is still the peak time but there have been some good reports from those searching with a Beetle, Hopper or Stimulator and B/H Nymphs black or brown, with the rain still coming down in bucket loads the rives are running fast and clear making the fish come out off the banks looking for food.

The Thredbo has been very good as has the Eucumbene.  The Moonbah has fired on occasion and there is a myriad of small streams that have and will continue to produce.

Best flies are Blue Wing Olive parachutes, Klinkhamers,  Elk Hair caddis and Adams Irresistable's.  Large Nymphs fished in the deeper run ins of pools have been a good option during the day time.  With evenings producing good rises and plenty of sight casting to rising fish.

so remember there is planty off water in the stream now so be carfull and watch your step.

Best areas are thredbo river upper skitube, Eucumbene River most places in the river are fishing well

Lake Jindabyne:-  Reports from Jindabyne have been scarce but evening and early morning should be a good time to find a few patrolling the edges. Stick Caddis, Olive Nymphs, Black Nymphs, Craigs Nightimes, Muddler Minnows, Scotch Poacher, Fuzzy Wuzzy's and Matukas are the patterns of choice at the moment.the lake has been very high and hard to fish so make sure you go looking for the fish you may not get many but when you do there good fish.

A Mudeye pattern, Fuzzy Wuzzy, Foam Mudeyes after dark should turn up a few good fish.

Best areas to look at in Jindabyne are Kalkite, Creel Bay, Curiosity Rocks, Hayshed and Hatchery Bay.



 

Lake Eucumbene:- The lake is firing big time.   Mudeye hatches have slowed a little, but there are still a stack of fish coming in close of and evening and the early morning.  Location is all important.  Bays with lots of grass weed are ideal.  The bottom end of the lake has been excellent from Buckenderra through to Seven Gates.  The top end has produced some good fish too, but reports suggest numbers have not been quite as good.best flies at the moment are brown ants, midge balls, stick caddis, small Fuzzy Wuzzys, and small woolly buggers.

The lake is fishing well at Buckenderra, Seven Gates.  Yens Bay and Old Adaminaby area has been good but perhaps not quite as good as the bottom end of the lake.

best times are around 6pm till 10pm. my best flie has been a small Fuzzy Wuzzy, Klinkhammers , and Craig nightime.



Lake Tantangara :-  A few fish have been on the go in the evenings and though not all big have provided some fun for a few Anglers. so if you have any Reports off Tantangara please send them to info@alpineangler.com.au



 

Baitfishing :- Mudeyes,  and dare I say it again, Mudeyes.  These are without doubt the best bait in Eucumbene at present

While worms, grubs and Powerbait can and have produced, the better catches have been with the bubble float and the Mudeye.

 There have been some good hatches this week and the fish are well and truly on them.  The last hour or two of daylight have been the best but you will get fish right through the day.  A mudeye under a bubble is the best way and greasing your line to float is a definite advantage.  You do need to keep an eye on your float at all times as the fish can sometimes be very subtle in their takes.

the lake is coming up fast and the weather is bad but the fish is good. so if you like your fishing this is the time to be out there.
Best Bait Worms, Mudeyes, power Bait and Grubs. 

 

best areas are Buckenderra, seven gates, Dam wall, Remember if your not getting fish after an hour or so move.



Buckenderra Holiday Village

 What a week, we had just over 200mls in rain so the lake is definitely on the rise again. With the torrential rain we had we still have a fishing report there were brave people out there.No reports on trolling. From the bank the fly-fishing when the wind was favourable the green damsel nymph  and the brown foam mudeye pattern we doing well. Scrubworms and mudeyes are going strong especially in the evenings  and the powerbait was sherbert and chunky cheese. The weather report looks a lot better this week.

 That’s it from the Team at Buckenderra
Happy Fishing hope to see you soon.

 Regards

Terri

Buckenderra Holiday Village

Telephone: 02 6453 7242

Freecall:  1800 339 461

Email: info@buckenderra.com.au

Website: www.buckenderra.com.au

Office Hours:  8am – 5pm Mon to Fri

                            8am – 4pm Sat and Sun


   

Trolling and Spinning 

Eucumbene:-  Eucumbene trolling reports have been better with some nice fish in the Buckenderra arm. Flat lined tassies in yellow or Green have been working well.

Best Lurers are Tassie #Y48,55,80,19,103,104,Y62,12,Y36, rainbow Rapalas, X-raps

Cowbells and fordfenders with mudeyes have turned up a few fish too.

Boat Launching is available in many areas.  Anglers Reach, Buckenderra, Old Adaminaby, Dam wall.  

Best areas to try would be Collingwood,  Coppermine, Buckenderra and Angler's Reach.

 

Jindabyne and Tantangara no Reports






sturg and peter smith and myself had a good night out on Euc hooked 15 lost loads off fish but a good night, Best Fly's are Fuzzy Wuzzys, Black Muddlers, Craig's Nightime.

                                           








the boys from Canberra had a good time out when it stopped raining
 
                     


         






                                                           COOMA





                              LAKE  JINDABYNE
                   

                 

                
Eucumbene 56.1 %    
Jindabyne 98.4%      
Tantangara 45.8 %  



Got any reports from the local lakes ? If so, email them along with pictures to info@alpineangler.com.au for inclusion in our weekly report.

Cheers patto


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Pine Valley (Cooma) NSW 2630
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