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Archive Date: 27/11/2013


        BAIT IN STOCK MUDEYE'S, WORMS, POWER BAIT      

                                      

   
                                     


                                                      


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
info@alpineangler.com.au 
if you have a phone send them to 0412915201


20/11/2013

EUCUMBENE

47.6%


JINDABYNE

83.7%

 

TANTANGARA

27.1%

 



 





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




       
                

 

Fly Fishing Rivers

The Eucumbene river still hasn’t fired yet not many reports coming in as yet let’s hope the weather warms up so the insect life gets active soon. 
Don’t forget about the Monaro rivers we have been stocking them for some time now so they should be fishing well if you haven’t fished these rivers around hear give it a go the rivers are running and there clear. To me this is fishing and it’s been awhile now and I’m looking forward to getting out there.
Remember the Eucumbene and Thredbo are not the only rivers about get out there and have a look at all the other rivers you will be surprised.
Remember pick your times to fish the rivers Best times have been in the afternoons if you are fishing in the middle of the day B/H Nymphs have been working well.
Remember the mountain streams are fishing hard try fishing rivers you haven’t fish before!! Like the Snowy below the Dam wall, Mowambah, Upper Snowy river, Gungarlin river.


hey mick and ray, caught this 57cm brown at lake Eucumbene early morning on a red streamer I tied. tory

                              
 
 
 
Lake Eucumbene:-reports are coming with fisherman doing it hard around the lake with only Browns being Caught and not many rainbows about.
In the last few days there has been good reports of rainbows coming in close and hitting hard using Black Minnows, Fuzzys, black Nymphs most of the best fishing have been down the bottom end of the lake around Rushes, seven gates, there’s really not much we can say about the lake at the Moment the insect life is not happening and the Mudeye haven’t showed up yet but this will happen soon with the weather getting warmer and things are starting to look good Remember it’s only early days yet and once the Mudeye’s start the rainbows will start moving around more.
Look for deep gully’s this is where you will find better fish and more of them
Best wet flies are black minnows, fuzzys, B/H Nymphs black if the fish are rising use the Nymph Quick small jabs then stop.
 
 
Lake Jindabyne:- Has been much the same best times are early mornings with a dry fly with a Nymph dropper in the afternoons woolly buggers, black phantom, woolly worm black red, most of the fishing has been ok late in the afternoons with the fish more active. With the lake staying at a good level the fish are starting to move closer to the banks again the Mudeye’s haven’t come on yet so when this happens I’m sure the fishing will pick up remember it’s still early days yet!!
 

 
TROLLING AND SPINNING JINDABYNE & EUCUMBENE,
Trolling around Eucumbene has been good with some good reports around Buckenderra, Rushes bay, Wainui Bay, have been the stand out bays
Most people are using Blades, tassies, Rapalas, and the new strike Pro Bob N Spoons.
We been getting some good reports in most of these fish have been taking Blades, Tassies and Sting lures
At the moment I would be fishing around Buckenderra this seems to be the place to be with the reports getting better and better every week.
best tassies are most yellow wings, don’t forget to try the sting lures as well.
Best areas are Buckenderra, Rushes bay, yens bay, Dam wall the best lure by fare has been the snowy minnow of the banks this lure amazes me it always bring the best results when it’s windy. When Trolling Jindabyne stay in close to the banks using tassies, Blades, Celtas, 
Best place to fish is Buckenderra trolling with worms has been really good 








 
Lake Jindabyne:- has been doing well up around Kalkitewith good reports of browns and rainbow taking Blades, Rapalas, Tassie devils best times are early mornings, late afternoons when the weather is nice and cool. More reports from jindy would be good so if anyone has been fishing up around jindy you can sent your report to info@alpineangler.com.au or your photos to 0412915201.



Hey fellas caught this big brown the weekend of the trout festival, I should of entered it in the comp


                      

Eucumbene-:Bait fishing is really good with some good reports coming in most off the fishing has been down the bottom end off the lake the browns are taking worms and Mudeyes with the worms doing the best. The power bait has been a little slow but it’s still working well on the rainbows. Bait fishing has been good in most areas on the lake most fisherman are doing well in the afternoons and early mornings if you are fishing in the middle of the day with worms get the bait out into the deeper water and as the day gets shorter bring it in closer. The rainbows are starting to come in closer in the afternoons this is a good time to get the power bait out.

Bob Farrawell -3lb Brown on Scrubbie.

                                   

  BAIT IN STOCK MUDEYES, WORMS, POWER BAIT...WORMS ARE GOING GREAT WITH PLENTY OF BROWNS ABOUT
 
JINDABYNE... Jindabyne has Improved over the few weeks with most of the fishing on the western side of the lake still having good reports of browns coming in with a few rainbows taking the power bait in the afternoons. Best bait is worms and Mudeyes again if your are fishing in the middle of the day get the bait out into the deeper water as the day goes on bring it in closer.
Best Bays are Curiosity bay, Hatchery bay, hayshed bay, 

 

 
 
 

Hey guys
Just saw your post on fb. Caught by my mate Paul this morning at seven gates on power bait. 44cm rainbow
         




                 Owen with his 1.6kg brown Caught on Scrubby
               

                     
            Gareth with 2.634kg brown hard work but rewarding

               


 
Brown 2.842kg which took bait section out and second overall in the Snowy comp.
Cheers Simon

              



 

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