Dwellingup

Hey Guys,

I have a father and son camp coming up at dwelling up at Naga Bush Camp with my sons school - I heard that guys have been fishing there in the river, I want to take the yougn fell fishing for a coupple of hours.

 

I dont do much fresh water stuffat all. I am guessing weigted single hook with some river prawn do the trick? or some soft plastics worth a go in there?  Any suggestions would be handy. 

 

Thanks guys

Carl


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earth worms mate

Mon, 2009-11-02 23:36

try a bunch of earth worms on a mustad long shank bloodworm size 12 - you need a lic as well for fresh water fishing

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redfin perch

Tue, 2009-11-03 13:42

There is heaps of readies down that way .Like wopjrb said worms are great so are minnows, red and gold H/Bs work well.dont think kids need a freshwater licence .best check though .

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Hey Guys, Well I just got

Mon, 2009-11-09 10:41

Hey Guys,

Well I just got back from the trip and my young bloke got his first Red Fin Perch on a soft plastic!!!!  All up we bagged 3 of around 20 - 25 cm ... not huge fish but great fun, they  pull like a train as well!!!

It was a great trip and we were both amped!!!

 

I will post pics later ... 

 

Thanks

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Yea looking forward to

Wed, 2010-01-06 19:55

Yea looking forward to seeing the pics do you have a gallery that your going to put them in and whats its name?

Were you fishing in the murray river?

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Top job Mossie..... yea we

Mon, 2009-11-09 12:04

Top job Mossie..... yea we had a couple dams down mt barker way on the old man's farm that had them and yea they give a fair pull for their size....

 

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kids dont need 1

Wed, 2009-11-11 07:12

yea uncle stu ive checked that out on the fisheries website under 16 dose not require a freshwater licence but must still follow the seasonal rules and regulations.

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