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Redfin biting across the Wimmera

TOP FISH: Nat Holmes with her personal-best brown trout of 63 centimetres landed while trolling at Rocklands.

TOP FISH: Nat Holmes with her personal-best brown trout of 63 centimetres landed while trolling at Rocklands.

By TREVOR HOLMES
Redfin are starting to play nicely across the Wimmera.
There are some exceptional fish on offer but these are likely to go quickly as supplies dwindle under pressure from spring-summer anglers.
Trout have been a little patchy with the barometer being unusually high over the last few weeks.
Native fish are only a degree or two from becoming active so the lead-up to Christmas is looking exciting.
A dry winter is going to hamper many Wimmera lakes as water levels continue to decline.
Lake Toolondo
Trout have become moody and barometer dependant, indicating it could be a tough summer for trout enthusiasts.
With a maximum depth of 2.6 metres, visibility is stacking the odds in the trout’s favour.
Casting lures and plastics in the shallows is still working well as is the ever-reliable mudeye under a float. Gudgeon have also done well fished under a float where they are exposed from the increasing weed beds.

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Posted on Sep 30 2015

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