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Archive Date: 11/09/2013

   " FOR ALL YOUR  LAKE LEVELS AND WEATHER  REPORTS LOOK UNDER REPORTS ON LEFT OFF SCREEN"           

                                                                             

                  REMEMBER IF YOUR NOT SURE ABOUT WHATS GOING ON AT THE LAKES CALL IN FOR A CUPPA AND A CHAT
                                                                                                    
Friday 4th – Saturday 5th October Kids’ Fishing Workshop – Gaden Trout Hatchery, Jindabyne, kids 8-14 years are invited to come & learn to fish safely and responsibly (Contact stephen.thurstan@dpi.nsw.gov.au or phone 4220 8484)
           
    



                                                  SORRY NO GRUBS

                                 bait in stock worms,power bait
 
                                      
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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 Maritimes are out. 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.
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.


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.
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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if you have any fishing Reports or pics you can send them to
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27/08/2013

EUCUMBENE

40.4%

Rising

JINDABYNE

82.2%

Rising

TANTANGARA

30.9%

Rising



 



 

Flyfishing still good reports are coming in around Jindabyne
Lake Jindabyne:- Jindabyne reports have picked up  over on the west side Olive woollie buggers have been the best. Conditions for polaroiding has been great.
On the weekend the brown have been on the move so pick your days start early you will have better results.
Try Hayshed Bay, Sid’s, Waste point and Kalkite. Fishing around jindy has Improved walking around the Banks have been good many fish have been in Close so walk slow and keep an eye out the days are getting better and the fishing is Improving. 



 
        5.5 pound brown on a big green Nymph By Damian Brobfield                            

Rivers:- Now all closed. Re open October long weekend 2013.

Lake Eucumbene:- You will have better results if you pick a good feeding line and move the fly slow yes the lake is coming up. Fly reports have improved with some nice rainbows about for those willing to search. There are also more and more browns getting back from spawning and searching the edges for food.
So get out and have a go!
Suggest woolly buggers, bead head Nymphs, Red fuzzy Wuzzy's, tom Jones will all work depending on the conditions of the day.
Best areas to try would be the Dam wall, Seven Gates, Rushes Bay, Anglers Reach and Coppermine bay. A boat would be an advantage at present. Remember a slow retrieve is working the best.

     Alfie from the ACT with a nice Brookie from jindabyne




Lake Tantangara :- Reports have been ok with some good fishing up higher on the lake reports off some good browns coming in close. Remember watch the weather dress in warm clothing conditions can change very quick.' So remember Anthony time is the Key :)'
 
 At the moment Jindabyne is the pick off the lakes and with days like the ones we are having now thing will get better
 
Hi guys! Managed to land a nice Alantic Salmon on Tuesday moring at Jindabyne.
Length=79cm, Weight= 9lb 10oz (4350)
Taken whilst trolling the deep water near East Jindabyne island on 3c using as YW Fredo Frog tassie. Followed it up the next day with a 57cm, 4lb Alantic ....again using the same lure on the leadline.
All in all a nics couple of days trolling in the sunshine!!!
Regards Paul Gay from Albury
                       
 
TROLLING JINDABYNE & EUCUMBENE.. Not much has Change around jiny with Trolling but with the warmer weather coming things will get better.

Jindabyne has produced few reports this week there are still some good fish to be Caught in Jindabyne but early starts are the key to catching them big brown especially when the weather is super calm. Some nice fish taken trolling around the outside of the weed beds in many of the bays. Blade lures and Tassie lures are doing well on the big browns as will the Rapala X-Raps. Still good reports of good fish have caught around the Snowy arm and Kalkite. Reports off trolling close to the banks has been really good.




Hi we were fishing at Buckenderra for the weekend got a 43cm Rainbow and dropped a massive brown at the boat on a Tassie funky frog at clover Point.
cheers Alex Ugov
               
 
Eucumbene:- Things are getting better around Buckenderra with some good brown and rainbows on Tassie devils.  Eucumbene reports have been varied with some good fish being taken by those who put in the time. Trolling and drifting and casting lures around the river mouth would be the best methods at the moment Don't forget the rivers are closed so don't go to close.
Old Adaminaby has been fishing ok with some reports off rainbows close to the Banks tassie devils have been going well on a slow troll.
spinning the banks around the dam wall and around the tree lines are pulling in some good rainbows and browns Blades have been the stand out lures.
Down the lower end of the lake is Improving every week drifting in a boat is working well with Blades and Rapala’s rainbows and browns.
Seven gates, Rushes bay, have been the best areas.
Tassie’s y36,y05,y106,10,31,38,80
 




BAIT FISHING EUCUMBENE AND JINDABYNE...POWER BAIT IS PICKING UP

Eucumbene-:Bait fishing has improved over the last week with some good rainbows and browns taking the worms and power bait around  Rushes bay, Seven gates.
In the last week we had some good reports worms under a bubble and on the bottom have been working well.
Over at Rushes bay thing have been good on the power bait and Sevens gates worms have been the stand out bait with some rainbow on power bait.
Up the top end off the lake worms has been the go with most fish been taking the bait in the small bays. Over at Braemer Bay worms and power bait have been doing well on the browns and rainbows.

Best bait is worms .




Jindabyne-: the fishing has picked up as well on the western side off the lake on the power bait with some good reports coming in from Snow liner, hay shed bay. And over at East Jindabyne the brown are taking the worms. So looks like the fish are starting to move around now on the better days not that we will get many but if the sun is out the fish are out. So jindy is worth a look at the moment.

 

 
 
 
 

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