So, I was asked the question, “What are your top 5 tips for fishing Nagambie?” As always, these questions are hard to answer when it comes to fishing, because things change from week to week, and this leads into my first tip…
Most people will be targeting that big $80k cod at the comp in April, but with cash to be won for carp and plenty of prizes (yet to be announced), targeting those big mudsuckers could be smart play. Here Rhys shares his tips for catching a winning carp.
The iconic $80,000 Murray Cod is somewhere in Nagambie and come the first weekend in April, will win someone the cold hard cash. With that said, its time to start prepping yourself for a massive competition that could change your life. Trust us, you’ll want to read ahead to see Rhys’ thoughts and strategy on catching that winning Murray Cod.
Hot days + increasing water temperature = ACTIVE FISH. See Rhys’ run through of his must have lures for chasing cod over the summer months.
Only a few days until cod opening and the excitement is just too hard to contain! Many anglers like myself are getting ready and prepping for opening day. What I want to touch on in this edition is my tips for the day
Normally I’m talking about a technique or a tip that will help you on your fishing sessions. This time I want to share what I’ve been up to over the past few days. As I sit down and write this, I’m sitting by a camp fire on the Goulburn River in Victoria.
In this edition of ‘GoFishing with Rhys’ I wanted to talk about how to find fish as this is a massive key to catch more when your out on the water… and these could be very handy come April next year.
September not only marks the beginning of spring but also where we switch our attention from Murray Cod to their best mates, the Golden Perch. See our top tips!
With winter being full steam ahead, we wanted to share our top tips for targeting big winter Murray Cod in rivers. Rug up, get out there and hook a big cod.
Here is freshwater fishing guru and GoFish Nagambie Ambassador Rhys Creed with some tips on casting at structure for Murray Cod. Check out his insights here.