REMINDER : We need to know if club members are interested in our weekend visit to Lake Tyers.
Friday 6th and Saturday the 7th of November. All food will be provided by the club, bring your own drinks. Ring Di on 0458515483 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The entrance was opened on Friday 26th of June after a lot of rain earlier in the week.
The Luderick have been harder to find, and with the very low water, getting into the river by boat has been difficult. You can wade the boat in on the high tide, and it will be an option, as there are still Bream being caught on the snags.
The lake has produced some very good bags of Bream for some anglers, and the better fish have been caught on local frozen prawn. Fishing in the deeper water near Pelican Point has proved to be productive. There are times when bites are hard to come by, and by moving frequently, you seem to be able to find the schools of Bream.
There were big schools of small bream in the Channel before the Lake opened, and the deep holes could be worth a look,as some anglers found a few good size Bream using vibes.
A yellow fin Bream of 47cms was amongst some quality Bream in one bag, so this area is going to be well worth a try.
With a full moon this week, and with big winds coming,Lake levels will improve. This should improve the surf, as it desperately needs a change. Crabs have made for a very frustrating time.
GOOD FISHING TO ALL MEMBERS. Don Cunningham