Lake Mulwala is rated
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The area is known for producing Murray cod which live in the deep
channels that give anglers a hard time catching. Lake Mulwala is located
215 km north of Melbourne, the area measures 4,450 hectares and with no
less than 43 km of shoreline. Aside from Murray cod, another popular
fish species found in Lake Mulwala is the golden perch and redfin.
In Lake Mulwala, there is no specific area to fish. It doesn't really
matter which area you choose, because the whole lake holds significant
population of fish. For anglers who wants to increase their catch rates
should look for the key factors within any particular area.
beginners, look for places with an increased amount of bait present.
Usually this is where you can find significant habitat in the form of
weed beds and fallen timber.
The area offers great lure fishing opportunity. The best technique is
to cast a lure over large structure as it might draw a strike attention
from a cod.
This area is well fished during summer and autumn. Murray cods are
more active during night. The best technique is to cast lures during
night using surface lures.
The Bundalong Area
The area produces best quality Murray cod. Trolling is the most
popular method used by most anglers.
Is a very productive area for spinnerbait casters. It is a home to
good quality Golden Perch.
The area is perfect for trolling especially in the main channel that
runs under the bridge. Good quality golden perch and silver perch are
often the catch.