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Archive Date: 27/03/2014

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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.
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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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                     20/03/2014


                    

EUCUMBENE

40.5%


JINDABYNE

82.3%

 

TANTANGARA

29.0%

 


 


 



                







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

 
 

                  


LAKE EUCUMBENE FLY FISHING. 
Still most of the fly fishing has been a little hard but still we are having better reports around seven gates, frying pan with some good rainbows coming in the best flies at the moment
Are Olive Woolly buggers, Mark 2, tome Jones.
Most of these flies are fished into the night with some good results at the moment most of the fishing has been ok around these areas with the Mudeye activity starting to happen.
The lake is staying at a steady level and a few showers up high in the mtns things should start to Improve.
So if you are going out for a fly fish I do recommend seven gates and frying pan at the moment.
Best are Seven gates, frying pan,
Best wet flies Fuzzy Wuzzy, woolly buggers, tom Jones, Mrs Simpson,
Best dry flies snowy hopper, Stimulators, Red tags best try them with a Nymph dropper
Remember we have had some good reports from frying Pan this week.

 
FLY FISHING JINDABYNE

Jindabyne has been good and bad with some good reports


coming in one day and the next bad but with all these showers

up high lets hope things start to change.


we still are getting some good reports from Kalkite and Jindy


east again on the woolly buggers and bead head Nymphs.


Most fishermen are fishing late into the night with good results


Mostly browns.


Best areas are Kalkite, East Jindy, Poo Bay


Best Dries are Stimulators, Royal Wulff, Red tags,


Klinkhammers, Snowy hoppers


Yes most fly fishermen are doing it tuff at Jindabyne but that's


fishing put the time in you will get good results.







 

Fly fishing Rivers


Thredbo was a little higher this week after some good rain 


this is what we  have been waiting for the reports have been


coming in from the ski tube, blow


the perisher bridge and up in Thredbo it’s self just remember


look and you will get results most people are walking past


most fish so just stop look around the Shady areas  and in the


deeper waters.


Best dry flies are Red tags, beetles black, Coachman, Wulff


Royal


Best wets are Nymphs, Pheasant tails, Prince Nymphs


Remember the Thredbo river isn’t the only stream around


there go exploring!! 







Fly Fishing Rivers

Eucumbene river has been a little hard but reports are


coming in that the fish are getting more active late in the


afternoons with all this hot weather there’s more and more


insects getting about.


So the best areas to be fishing is the top end of Eucumbene


and in the gorge try to fish most of the shady areas this is


where you will find the fish most people have been fishing


all the open areas remember when it’s hot and bright we


don’t like it same goes for the fish so look for the cooler


waters.


Start fishing the runs and let the fly get into the deeper


waters after the runs this is where the fish are there all


looking for the cooler waters. You are not going to find the


fish in the ponds with this hot weather.


Best flies are B/H Nymphs, std Nymphs,


Best Dry’s are Hare’s Ear & Gold, Xmas beetles, red tags,


Wulff Royal, Stimulators,







TROLLING  EUCUMBENE,

Most of the fishing around Eucumbene has been ok but most


places you must go deep around 25 foot if you are flat


lining slow down get the lures deep move out into the deeper


waters 

Old Adaminaby trolling with Blades , Tassie’s, stings around yens


cove, grace lea Island, cemetery point.


Dame wall
Trolling with Fat fish at a nice slow speed have been


picking up browns and some rainbows out in the deeper water the


smaller flat fish have been working with cow bells and ford fenders.


Down at Buckenderra
the fishing has been a little slow with so get


into the deeper waters don't go in close it's not working start


Trolling across the lake one side to the other. 



Seven gates much the same as Buckenderra Tassie’s, Blades,


strike pro Minnows


Best Tassie’s are y48,112,s11,29,37,s12,y36


Stings 3,5,2,6









               


 Jindabyne                                                                  
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Jindabyne Fishing Club | Snowy Mountains, Australia
 

Jindabyne Report

Trolling Jindabyne
 
Jindabyne has been fishing ok with most fish being Caught


out in the deeper


waters if you’re using Lead line 3 Colours or more is doing the

job.

if you are down rigging you need to get down about 35 feet


best lures for down rigging are Tassie's 111,112,48,y48 best

sting lures are 18,17,8,3,5 and don't forget about the blades.

if you are going trolling and just using mono line the Rapalas


are doing really well


on the rainbows this way you can move closer to the shore


line.

best bays are Sid's bay, Rushes and around East jindabyne.

the weather is starting to get very hot but this seems to be


working for Jinabyne


with good reports of rainbow starting to come in.
 
Lake Spinning

Spinning on the lake has been tricky at times Best results
have been around in the
deeper waters so if you are planning a day out spinning start
from the bowling club start walking towards the dam wall the water is a lot cooler down that way and the fish are more active.
Best lures are Celtas, Blades and Rapalas.
Best time are early mornings or late afternoons






Lake Bait Fishing
 
power bait at frying pan and seven gates has been working well with the rainbows Mudeyes have been good used under a float so go longer with the leader best results on a 3meter leader with the Mudeyes and with the Couters as well but with a small split shot to stop them coming back up to the surface the Mudeyes have been on the Improve.
worms under a float and on the bottom have been working well with the brown and now we are getting more reports of rainbow the power bait should start working.



                                                        
                                

  

 

 

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