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Inconsistent weather makes fishing unpredictable | The Canberra Times

Inconsistent weather makes fishing unpredictable |  The Canberra Times

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Jojo temperatures help Canberra anglers a bit as they try to catch up on local fishing. Twenty degree days followed by a race with wintry weather means that fishing for natives and red fin is unpredictable at best. Once lit, Yerrabi Pond has been among the hottest local fisheries and dished up golden perch and large roots. Bait and lures are worth a try. However, it is a hit-and-miss fishery, with turbid water and frequent cold snaps that sets the fish off bite. Other waterways just outside our doorstep are Lakes Tuggeranong and Burley Griffin, Gordon Pond and the Molonglo River. If you can not raise a native or red fin, you will probably be able to find a few large carp that are willing to test your tackling. The snow dams fill up quickly and the trout revel in the conditions. As predicted, the trout have moved in water less than a meter deep to feed and fall for bait, lure and fly. Eucumbene has risen sharply to 33.7 percent capacity and hosts plenty of foraging brown and rainbows. The best areas are the windswept bays and inlets that fish well when the wind stirs up the water, provides cover and flushes out food. I know the flathead bites on the south coast because my dad, who is so lucky to live there, keeps sending me photos of fish he has caught. They bite on the last half of the outlet in many systems, with soft plastic processed on or near the bottom proving to be effective. Unfortunately, these pictures are so close that I will probably come to a flat head for some time!

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