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Presented from Issue 107, December 2013
What a crazy start to the 2013 fishing season it has been. Rain, wind, lots of snow and then just for something a bit different we had some rain, wind and more snow! Rivers have more or less been flooded and dirty since July, the lakes have been blanketed in that white stuff for a lot of the time and the wind, well let’s not get started about that god forsaken wind. No word of a lie, it’s been doing my head in. Even contemplated selling all my fly gear and taking up a new hobby, for a brief second!

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Lake Leake 27/1/2014

With mainland guests (Kevin and Jules) over for the Australia day weekend, we hatched a plan to head to Lake Leake this morning and to be back at the Red Bridge Cafe at Campbelltown for a 9am breakfast. I was designated boat driver, Kevin was “bow ballast” and “net boy” and the two ladies (Janet and Jules) would fish.
Both ladies caught a fish each with another lost at the net,  we also managed to keep to the 9am schedule. Water still very dirty, heaps of insect life in wind lanes behind the island and a few fish sipping off the top. Spotted a few big crane flies amongst the millions of midge in the slicks and a number of fish seemed interested in them. Tails and dorsal fins were frequently spotted as they cut through the water.
 
Regards,
Todd
 
 
 
 
 
 
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