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Lies beneath the north-western shoreline of the Lake Burrinjuck is a
great place to chase native fish. It is approximately 45 km from the
town of Yass and can only be accessed by taking the Burrinjuck road off
the Hume Highway. Baitfishing is among the popular activity in the area.
Spanish mackerel are among the many fish that will hit most baits
freely. Other fish species include yellowtail, bonito, tailor, pike and
slimy mackerel. Carp and redfin are among the favourite of hardcore
native fish most anglers would want to catch.
A popular bay for landbased baitfishing and polaroiding carp. It is best
to catch golden perch here during spring and summer.
The area produces best quality carp and silver perch. Landbased
lurecasting is also productive especially during summer and spring.
Is a short trolling run but well worth several passes, the main catches
include redfin and golden perch.
Fence Bay and First Bay
They are two of my favourite trolling areas for natives. Lurecasting
from a boat is also a very sound technique.
Is a steep cliff face that receives plenty of attention from trollers
searching for big cod. Golden perch are also available in the area.
The Oaky Creek inlet
Is an excellent lurecasting bay. This is also a good baitfishing area
from the boat and shore.
Is where the Yass arm branches off the main Murrumbidgee arm. Big redfin,
silver perch and golden perch frequent this area as well as cod.