The Pondage is at a more stable height now with only 400meg going down the river. This has seen fish being caught in all areas of the pondage on powerbait in orange pulp and chunky cheese, the ever reliable gold kroc and pink Tassie devil for the lure enthusiasts and brown woolly worm, green bead headed nymph and brown or green woolly bugger for the fly fishos.

The lake has been hard going for the first start to the week with the easterly winds blowing with only main reports from the main arm and the Delatite arm flat lining Tassie devils for brown trout. Things change very quickly with some large cod and brown trout back on the chew but you do need to put the time and effort in to be rewarded.Murry


crays are really starting to move now it is colder and it is easy to get your bag limit using fish or sardines for bait in 6 to 15 metres of water along the clay banks. Look for the holes along the edge just above the water line.
Until next week
Fish Hard
Cheers Craig

James Anderson
Author: James Anderson

Founder / Director of Lake Eildon Tourism, in operation since 1998 - James is a father of two, has a strong passion for the Lake Eildon area having grown up in Eildon - and today, heads a digital media agency - Turbo 360.