Southern Snowy Sojourn
The southern snowy streams are best accessed from Lakes Entrance through
Buchan, Suggan Buggan to Jacobs River. It offers wide variety of fish
species including brown and rainbow trout. The months of April, May,
October and November are the ideal times to angle the tributaries of the
lower reaches of the Snowy. The mainstream of the Snowy is a different
proposition however. July and August is the prime time to tackle the
huge rainbows that appear in the river.
Its consistently cool temperature give trout anglers a great opportunity
to fish. The best spots was at the junction of the Buchan River and Old
Murrindal river is considered a tributary of the Buchan. It is best to
fish during spring and autumn.
Buther's Creek is generally the best spot for trout fishing. Access can
be gained from Forest Creek Track and by taking a conventional vehicle
that goes along New Guinea.
Little River is a good spot for bait fishing. Browns are abundant
especially during summer time.
Spring and autumn, sometime after Easter, represent the best seasons to
explore this stream.
During late stream and late autumn is the best time to hunt for trout.
The area is mostly occupied by campers and horse riding enthusiasts
during Christmas and Easter.
The best spot is between the Pinch and the Jacob rivers. Rainbows are
abundant during spring, summer and autumn.
Raibows and browns are abundant in the river. Baitdriftinf method is the
best technique used by most anglers.
The area between Bonang River, Jingalalla and Dellicknora creeks are
among the spots that produces great number of small trout.
Access to Mountain Creek can be achieved via Deddick Track using 4WD.
Small fish are abundant in the creek but there were no trout.
Trout and browns are present in the river however baitfishing is the
only technique to catch them.
The area is known for having good camping spots. Several fish species
are present in the river and are caught using baits.