BEMM RIVER ANGLING CLUB FISHING REPORT
The Lake remains open with minimal flow at the entrance.
The ramp at Luderick Point has been extended during last week and this week has seen a big improvement in functionality. Larger deep V boats have been able to launch and retrieve without any issues.
The Bruthen Angling Club joined with our Angling Club in a great weekend of fishing.
Most anglers weighed in Bream of good quality up to 944 gms.
The Mahogany’s held a lot of male fish of excellent size.
The River was patchy, although Bream did show up late on Saturday and Sunday morning. Best bait was frozen Prawn.
Geoff Pursell won the Col Sell Memorial Shield as well as the heaviest Bream. The prize for the heaviest Bream was a $40.00 voucher donated by The Nicholson Hotel Geoff also won the secret weight for Bemm, the closest to 800gms. Bruthen angler Flora Arnold weighed in three lovely Bream. Flora fished off the bank using Prawn for bait.
Members from both clubs enjoyed a barbecue on Saturday night, a big thanks to Bruthen members for hosting the barbecue.
Reports from some of our regulars indicate wonderful catches from the Lake and River.
Lure anglers are enjoying quality catches including the odd Flathead that are just starting to show. Hard bodies and Wrigglers are working well.
The outstanding catch of the week, was a 3 kg Trout landed above the bridge using a small lure. A couple of other good size Trout were also caught.
We look forward to some great fishing.