Fishing Report 10th July 2020
Photo: Adam Krautz with an awsome fish from Glenlyon
Lure of the week
The Zx40's big brother has just landed, these shrimp style blades weighing in at 8.8gram and 43mm are going to be ideal for this winter when those fish are tight to the bottom and are being hard to tempt. The ZX range is not limited to size or particular fishing environment and is capable of targeting almost any light game species. A proven fish catcher the ZX represents the ultimate peak in blade style lures. These Blades are all fitted with a radical new unique hook design. Based on a "assist hook" design, specially selected sized hooks are attached with offset hook lengths. The combination of lure and assist hook design provides snag free fishing and consistent solid hook ups even on short bites.Find them here: ECOGEAR - ZX43 8.8G
Very little reports this past week with not the greatest weather, the fish that were caught were mainly caught on the shallower edges in the Cressbrook creek arm, suspending hardbodies being the go to lures like the Jackall Squirrel in either size the 67 or 79. The deeper fish are still in numbers just very short bite windows which makes it difficult, the bite window has been in the middle of the day.
Tough fishing on the lake these past few weeks hopefully after the rain settles we should see some amazing fishing to be had, the top of Queen street and the flats out from Kirkleigh have good numbers of fish, they have been very tight lipped for the casting anglers, the fish that are getting caught have been mainly taken on trolled Hardbodies, the Smak Hardbody range are perfect for this technique..