Lake Eucumbene:- Fly reports have been continually improving with some good silver rainbows around in many areas and little bit of polaroiding at times.
There were some caddis hatches on dark last week and fish have been on snails and stick caddis in some areas.
Fishing is definitely improving in the Middilingbank, Seven Gates and Old Adaminaby areas.
For those bank fishing the best flies at present are beadhead nymphs, beadhead scruffies, tom jones, Haye's stick caddis, black and peacock spider and woolly buggers.
Lake Jindabyne:- Jindabyne reports have continued to improve with some great polaroiding. The fishing can still be hard but you may be able to get enough shots that you find a fish that eats. Weather may play a big role too in how hungry and active the fish are. The main thing is they are there.
The lake is now going down but the fishing is still good with many fish are close to the shore with good numbers off browns taking woolly Buggers black,brown, and olive, B/H Nymphs are going well but let them drop for about 15 seconds.
Lake Tantangara :- No Reports
Trolling and Spinning
Eucumbene trolling reports have been good with some nice rainbows showing up in many areas and a few browns too. The browns are not all in great condition but the rainbow quality have made up for this for many.
Middilingbank has been good this past week and the bays around seven gates area continues to fish well.
Most Lures are Working Well Tassies Y48.101,26,s12,y94,36,y36,81,88,y05 Minnows, Blades, Rapalas,sting lures are working well