Lake Keepit is rated
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Lake Keepit is located on the upstream junction of Namoi River. It lies
almost between Tamworth and Gunnedah. Recreational facilities are
available in the area. However public vehicles are not allowed in some
areas along the lake shore.
Lake Keepit is a home to the famous golden perch. Early catches has
resolved the food crisis caused by drought. Until then, Lake keepit was able
to established good fishing reputation to the higher level.
Lake Keepit certainly holds plenty of fish. Catfish are often
encountered by bait anglers working the shallows. Murray cod are a bit
of a dark horse at Keepit. Neighbouring rivers hold good stocks of the
big cod, however they can be difficult to locate in the main lake.
The area have undeveloped camping on stock reserve. Bank angling with
baits are very productive at any time.
Shorebased angling is very productive in the area.
The area can be accessed by boats. It offers some deep water and gravel
The area offers good lure casting from drifting boat or shoreline.
Significant spot that attracts fish. May have good weed beds when in
A productive mosaic of flats, timber and deep pockets. Best worked
casting shallow running lures on the drift.
A good spot to capture cods at any time. Timber can make trolling
Tight, well-timbered bays. It is best fished during spring. Good
trolling along timbered mouth of the three bays.
Fitness Camp Shore
Broad, grassed flats that offer superb wading for mega carp. Bait
fishing from boat is the best technique to catch golden perch.
Tight bay that can fish well if holding plenty of water. Best angled
from boat especially after dark.
Good spot for shorebased anglers adjacent to campsites. Odd golden perch
and catfish on fresh baits.
The area produced good golden perch and occasional small cod. Best
fished with deeply jigged baits from boat.
The area holds nice golden perch, they are more abundant during summer.
Deep diving lures from shore or baits from offshore boat.
Good fishing spot below old weir on road crossing. Keep out of private
land down stream.