Richard Barnsley | August 12
The next couple of months generally see the windiest conditions across the Tablelands. Combined with continuing frosts and cold nights it is probably not the most comfortable time to head bush. However with the right gear and an eye on the weather forecasts, you can still find a fish or two and not lose your fingers to frostbite in the process.
Tony Bennett | August 12
With only a month or so before the end to Murray cod and cray fishing season, it’s time for the hardened anglers to don the thermals and head out for one more crack.
Wayne Dubois | August 12
The end of winter is in sight and with it comes a sense of optimism from local anglers. There are good options still to be had this month so don’t sit in front of the fire thinking about it, get out there and experience good winter angling.
Rod Mackenzie | August 12
Winter is still here and the aspirations of many keen anglers seemed dashed for yet another season. As tough as it has been, some quality cod have turned up at several locations along both the Murray and Edward rivers.
Scott McAuliffe | August 12
Winter is well and truly upon us in both the Riverina and the Snowy Mountains, and for those local anglers among us things are slow, but that is to be expected.
Dave Mclean | August 12
August can be a very enjoyable month for fishing the dams. The days are now getting longer and foggy mornings followed by relatively warm days and high barometer readings point to a good time to go fishing. In saying that this can be the month that we get the strong and cold westerlies that kick in and ruin the day.