LAKE JINDABYNE FLY FISHING:- this is the time to be there the browns are in close
Lake jindy is starting to pick up now with the brown coming back from the rivers so this is a good time for walking the lake shores and start looking for them big browns.
If your going polaroiding best times are early mornings no wind and the fish are active.
This is to me the best way to fish walking the banks looking for that big brown.
best places to go is snowline caravan park up along hatchery bay around about 10.30am try around at the Bowling club move you way round to poo bay.
best flies are Nymphs, woolly buggers, and small fuzzy wuzzys.
LAKE EUCUMBENE TROLLING
Most off the trolling reports are coming from the top end with good results around Anglers Reach, Braemer Bay, Observation point and over at Collingwood bay.
Most fish have been taking Tassie Devils out wide with some good reports off rainbow and the Browns taking the rapalas .
Trolling up past Angler Reach has been ok with the odd rainbow and Brown but once you have got to the river mouth you best stopping and have a cast fishermen are still getting good fish
But remember stay away from the visible flow all fishing around there is still going well.
Best Lures Tassie Devils 25,21,5,8,16,y62,114,94
LAKE JINDABYNE TROLLING
Best Lure are Blades, Rapalas,
Stings 5, 3, 24, 21
EUCUMBENE BAIT FISHING
bait fishing has picked up in places around buckenderra and Middlingbank good reports on the worms and Yabbies if you can get them just look under some rocks that's the best place to find them.
power bait is still working but out in the deeper waters with a meter leader or more some people have been getting there chunky cheese and rolling it into a worm very smart :)
best areas are Middlingbank, seven gates, Anglers Reach and the dam wall.
best Bait are worms and Grubs
Owen with a 2.3kg brown from Buckenderra and dad with a 3.5kg brown.
Bait worms and Grubs
Joe and John Gregory with a nice Rainbow and brown trolling around Euckumbene
Here is the photo of my mate Steve's first brown on tassie. It was caught at Jindabyne
off Providence Bay around 5pm. We got there around 10:30am. The weather was superb
nothing more to ask for. Tried just about everything from baited scrub worms, power
bait to floats. I think Steve ended up catching on tassie roughly after about 30 casts
on the edge. He casted near where he could see the steams when it got hooked.
Long day but it was all worth it for all of us.