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Fishing Reports • Re: 2014 ~~ EILDON PONDAGE FISHING ~~ 2014
Ok well back at the pond first light today 2 rainbows and 1 brown caught. 9.30 we went for breakfast, Then at 12.30 we headed for the lake we trolled under the power lines and down past Jerusalem creek and back 3 brown trout landed in the boat but dropped another four or five. 4.30 back to the pond fished Burke with pink crock no fish one guy next to us got 4. All our fish were put back bar one wich didn't survive all in all good day will be there first light tomorrow.Statistics: Posted by Eds — Yesterday,...
General Discussion • Re: 2013......GENERAL WEATHER NEWS........
WEATHERStatistics: Posted by mazman1 — Yesterday, 19:09
Water Levels • Re: 2014 ~~~ LAKE EILDON STATISTICS ~~~ 2014
Thanks mazman for posting the releases figures.Statistics: Posted by peter.p — Yesterday, 12:11
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