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Laughing Jack Report

Took the kids camping to Laughing Jack last weekend. I hadn’t been there for years and had forgotten what a great spot it was. The fishing was pretty slow and we caught 4 fish, 2 spinning around the edges and I caught 2 Sunday at first light on fly while the kids slept. There was  a pretty good midge hatch at first light but it was dead still with no wind lanes formed until about 10.00am. Some fish stayed up in them but were difficult to catch.
Regards, Shaun.
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Cowpaddock Report

By Todd
Johnny Dekkers and I fished the Cowpaddock area this morning...plenty of water in it and few fish rising,(most quite small though), with the wind putting an end to things in that department ery early on.
Johnny landed nine and kept seven.
I landed 7 and kept five....biggest would have just been about two pounds.

All in quite good nick....even a whisper that a couple of duns are starting to show their faces early.!! Orange gum beetles are about in numbers also.
Regards,
Todd

Laughing Jack Lagoon Report

We traveled to Laughing Jack Lagoon on Friday to make sure we secured ourselves a good camp, just so happens we were the only ones to camp there the whole weekend!

Talinah Lagoon

By Todd Lambert
One of my New Year resolutions for 2010 was to get out of my comfort zone, drive past the ever reliable Arthurs and Great Lake and to start exploring the Western Lakes, so when a work mate (Huon Witt) suggested we pay a visit to Talinah Lagoon on a rostered day off, I was very quick to say yes.

Lake Ada Report 17 April 2010

Had a day fishing some lakes a couple of hours walk from Ada on Saturday. The weather was magnificent and if you had said it felt like the middle of February you wouldn`t have doubted it. Its a good time to catch better than average fish with big browns looking to put on some weight ready for spawning.