Fishing Report 24th September 2020
Photo: Scott Macdonald with a big Bass from Boondooma
Lure of the week
Barra Classic 120
Australia’s No.1 Barra lure! Used for casting and trolling in all situations, the Classic 120 Barra has an unmatched tournament-winning heritage and is the first choice of all serious Barramundi anglers. A great all-rounder that will take most larger predators in both saltwater and freshwater.Find them here: Barra Classic 120
This week at our local lake it has fished quite well, the afternoon has fished the best, covering water trolling TN60's and shallow diving hardbodies above the broken weed has picked up some great fish, if locating the deeper fish jigging ZX blades and soft vibes have been the go too lures for this technique.
By far the most consistent out of the lakes with some big fish getting caught, this lake can switch on very quickly and turn off just as quick, the bite time has been small but the amount of fish being caught has made it worth it. The main lake points in the basin are holding big numbers of fish. Metal Spoons like the Hot bite Raptor and the Palm Slow Blatt has continued on catching the larger fish. As the water temp begin to rises there has been good numbers of yellow belly being caught, casting blades or lip-less crank baits to the weeded edges has proven its worth.
Tip of the week