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Late season rainbow trout

With winter fast approaching the browns of most waters are gearing up for spawning. Though surface activity is possible at ideal times, the browns are more likely to be found grubbing around the weed beds, feeding on crustaceans high in carotene and vitamin B, important for egg and milt quality.

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Lake Augusta 26/1/2014

Had a trip to Lake Augusta today with mad George Papp,arrived at 11am and finished fishing around 4pm. It was bright and sunny conditions with light n.nw breeze. We had a lot of fish feeding on top early on to gummies, but going quiet later on when breeze picked up a bit, we managed 16 browns and 1 rainbow We only keeping our limit of five each of course with the rest released to fight another day.
All fish were caught on drys and were in good nick ranging from 1.5lb to 2.5lb There was only one other boat on the water.
What a great session on drys.
 
CHEERS PHIL ZANETTO.
 
 
 
 
 
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