Report 5/5/19

Benalla Bait & Tackle
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Benalla, Victoria
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Report 5/5/19

Post by Nicole Penfold » Fri Apr 05, 2019 10:32 am

Lake Nillahcootie:
30.43% down 1.47% this week.
Has been a bit sporadic at the moment and some anglers have missed out but others have have been catching some better sized cod. No monsters this week but a few nice ones around 70cm. Small yellas still around and your codgers and halco’s are catching them. Colours haven’t changed since last report.

Lake Eildon:
38.81% down 0.91% this week
Most locals have struggled at eildon the last fortnight with only a few small reddies being caught on the troll. With this happening these angler have opted fishing different waterways at this stage. Soon enough we should see some consistency. ( if we ever get rain) and the trout should start to show up too.

Dartmouth:
63.38% Up 0.07% this week.
We had a group of locals fishing dart last weekend for a mixed result. One boat landed 16 fish for the trip and others just a handful. Tassie #16, #39 & y82 were the more successful colours. Leadcore and downrigging the best method.

Mulwala:
Going amazing, heaps of cod around and size is right up there too. Pink/purple, red/black and white all great colours for you Spinnerbaits and hardbodies. Trolling Spinnerbaits has been very good along the riverbed edges. Big yabbies and Bardi’s have also claimed some 3 digit fish up the top end of the lake. No better time than now to catch some big cod.


Benalla Bait & Tackle
191 Bridge St
Benalla, Victoria
Ph: (03) 5762 3704

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Top left: Rowan with a solid cod caught flicking at Mulwala.
Top right: Jarrad with a good looking 82cm also from Mulwala.
Bottom left: Will caught this cod recently flicking a bassman spinnerbait.
Bottom right: Dylan braves the wet weather to land this nice cod on the cast.

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