The flush we needed
Jim Mcclymont | August 2014

Last edition I suggested we usually have an east coast low this time of year that flushes out the whole system. Well the east coast low arrived bringing torrential rain that flooded the Snowy and Brodribb Rivers, flushing away any stagnant pools of water and rubbish that had collected since the last flush.
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Salmon star in Andersons Inlet
Alan Mc Fayden | August 2014

Wonthaggi angler Nick Richards with some of the ripper salmon he caught in Andersons Inlet on a surface lure.

At the time of this report we have been experiencing a rather mild winter and the warmer than usual conditions has seen boaters and land based anglers trying their luck.
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Salmon, salmon and salmon
Alan Mc Fayden | August 2014

Quality fishlike these caught by Viv Chopping are in good  numbers at the moment.

In these southern waters at this time of the year the common word is salmon, and right now the chant is loud and clear.
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Chilly winter fishing
Robyn Sturgess | August 2014

Winter has thrown all the elements except snow at the Braveheart anglers, but it has not deterred them.
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Offshore is the place to be
Will Thompson | August 2014

Danny shows off this pair of big flathead caught offshore near the islands. Winter is the time for big offshore flathead.

There’s a relatively unknown fishery we have here in South Gippsland over winter. It’s underused, but if you love big flathead, you should learn more about this.
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The best you can get
Brett Geddes | July 2014

Not all Gippy Lakes perch are big, like this nice Mitchell River specimen caught on fly.

For the last three months the whole Gippy Lakes area has been fishing the best I can remember. It looks set to improve even more as the teeth of winter start to bite into those short frosty days. This is when the really big bream start bending rods right over and estuary perch turn up when you least expect it.
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Let the river flow
Jim Mcclymont | July 2014

Winter is upon us and the cold weather has begun. The snow has started to fall on the mountains, which becomes the water catchment for our estuary. This cools down the waterways that feed the rivers flowing into the sea.
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Warm weather prevails
Alan Mc Fayden | July 2014

Wonthaggi angler John Bird with some of the whiting he caught on Bass yabbies.

With the unbelievable conditions currently prevailing, the warm weather has kept the fish active despite the cold breaks. Anderson Inlet has had plenty of boaters and land-based anglers trying their luck.
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Attention shifting to rivers
Lucas Smith | July 2014

A few bream from a successful drop shotting session. This technique is deadly on the right day.

While the weather has been nothing short of sensational, the fishing has slowed as the water temp drops and the fish head for deeper water.
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Let pray for rain
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Good fishing set to continue
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