Blog: Fishing Report

Nagambie local holding cod

April Fishing Report

The fishing (like the weekend) is about to heat up!

Some sizeable cods have been caught on both bait and lures and it seems that targeting the vertical timber along the river has been where all the action is. We’ve found that spinnerbaits are again popular with this fish and slow rolling them get some pretty good results, however if that’s not working for you, don’t be afraid to mix up the blade colours and shapes to see what the fish are keyed in on.

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Nagambie local holding cod

Local Fishing Report

Mitchelton Winery is still producing some good sized cod with Spinnerbaits the order of choice, we reckon casting them in just on the edge of the deep drop offs and let it hit the bottom before slowly retrieving it is the best bet.

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Paul Thomas holding decent sized cod

Cod Opening - The Goulburn is on fire.

Some are saying that this year’s cod opening on the Goulburn has been the best for five years. The Goulburn is fishing great, we’ve been seeing some good clarity and the fish are certainly biting. Here’s a quick whip around of what’s been biting and the gear that’s doing all the damage.

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Paul and Bailey Thomas Holding Golden Perch

November Fishing Report

Its been pretty tough yakka fishing the Goulburn of late, but reports are in and its fishing better than it has been for a long time. The mighty Goulburn is coming through with the goods, its settled great and big numbers of good quality Golden Perch are being caught.

If you're in the area, hot spots definitely at the moment are anywhere between Murchison and Undera.

Around Nagambie, Kayakers have been hitting Mitchell’s Creek hard, there’s plenty of structure for the fish and anglers are coming away with plenty of good-sized golden perch.

We’ve had a few reports coming from the Kirwans bridge area, plenty of good bank fishing opportunities there.

If you’re hitting the lake, fish around the snags in about 10-15ft. Redfin and Yellowbelly are really starting to fire. There’s been luck on the lake with trolling small hardbodies too.

Young Boy Holding Murray Cod

August Fishing Report.

The GoFish Nagambie fishing report puts the spotlight on the Goulburn River, Nagambie Lakes and surrounds for a look at what’s biting and the gear that’s doing all the damage.

Young Jack (pictured above) spent his school holidays fishing Lake Nagambie and learnt to cast and retrieve surface lures like a pro and was thrilled to catch a little reddie of the surface, but his catch of the day was that ripper 50cm cod caught on a yabbie. Well done mate! Jack is certainly a contender to take out the kids comp at GoFish Nagambie that’s for sure.

With only this month left to get amongst the Cod, we are praying to the weather gods that they come through with the goods for us, so we can enjoy the last of cod season before we let them nest. Speaking of the weather gods, The GoFish Nagambie team lucked out last weekend and managed to tempt a beauty from the cool clear waters around Nagambie on a stunning morning. The winning combo doing the damage was the Balista Lures Dyno 90 and the Abu Garcia Veritas and Revo Premier. An absolute ripper session.

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Man holding Murray Cod

July 2018 Fishing Report.

Welcome to the GoFish Nagambie Fishing Report - Every month we’ll be sending out a fishing report to keep you guys up to speed on how Nagambie, the Goulburn River and surrounding area is fishing.

This last week the Goulburn River has still been high and flowing quickly, so its making fishing pretty tough. But don’t despair, because reports are that Nagambie Lake is coming up with the goods. We’ve heard that Cod to 50cm on yabbies and Redfin on surface lures are being caught left, right and centre. The top spot at the moment is the old boat ramp at the end of the boardwalk. With fish being caught at Nagambie Lake, I’d definitely be giving Kirwans Bridge a crack if I were you!

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