Pembertom Tips Please????

Hi All,

 

I've been thinking about going down to Pemberton to do a spot of fishing and catch up with the rellies; but been a total salty when it comes to fishing, i would have no idea where to start.

I was wondering if anyone has tips on

Times of year?

Times of day?

What bait?

What lures?

Spots worth trying around Pemberton?

 

Cheers

 


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Sloth, I haven't been down that way for awhile

Thu, 2009-03-12 17:13

But the river that ran out of the trout hatchery was always supposed to be as good a spot as any to find a trout.

The general open trout season starts on 1 September and ends on 30 April. However the Blackwood, Donnelly and Warren Rivers are open all year round.

I think you will need a freshwater licence.

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i fished in the trout

Thu, 2009-03-12 17:15

i fished in the trout farm while i was there

was too easy haha

 

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have a look at this link Slothwan

Thu, 2009-03-12 17:37

http://www.pembertontourist.com.au/pages/fly-fishing-lessons-and-fishing-tours/

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Hey mate went down laat w.e,

Thu, 2009-03-12 17:46

Hey mate went down laat w.e, got 4 wild rainbows in a lil stream on laser pros and rapalas in brown trout pattern, also got one on spinners. The lefroy which runs past the trout hatchery has a lil flow in it at the mo but didnt fish it, thats where id be starting out unless you have some local knowledge. Dont forget ya freshwater licsense.
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Pembo!

Thu, 2009-03-12 18:00

Times of year? * Between now and the first big rains!

Times of day? * Morning and arvo in particular

What bait? I dont use bait but the Berkley Gulp 2'' Sandworms work as a sub!

What lures? * Spinner blades like Mepps & Jensens in size #2.

*Minnow lures like Maria Fake baits floating & sinking, Maria Flying divers, Komachi, Halco Laser pro 45,RMG Scorpion 35, R2sea Fingerling Shad and Rapala minnow!

Spots worth trying around Pemberton? * Big Brook, around the edges & the Wall. Go to the Warren (small drive out from town) and go to the Heartbreak trail area and all the carpark access areas are worth a fish. Redfin perch & trout!

 

The Pembo Pub is a great spot to get a good feed also! 

 

 

 

 

 

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Corner of lefroy and warren

Thu, 2009-03-12 18:23

benny bopster

has been a great spot for me over the years. Go down the road towards 'The Cascades' but contiue on till a little bridge over the Lefroy. You will spot fish all the way downstream to the Warren (few hundred metres)

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4x4

Thu, 2009-03-12 18:46

If you have a 4x4 there is always the beach at the mouth of the Warren river,Windy harbour or Jasper beach back towards Nannup

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Cascades

Thu, 2009-03-12 19:02

I agree with Boppo. The Warren fishes very well and particularly from that joining of rivers.

The Cascades is a great spot. I used to drive down and sleep under the CALM hut. Wake up very early and quietly walk upstream in the mist. I used to carry a telescopic roc with a minow lure tied. I had some great times.

In the quieter parts of the day I used to sit on the old bridge just back from the King Brown trout farm and use worms and a float. Beer was always a go while waiting for some action. I have never come away from there without some decent Trout.

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thanks heaps guys. thats

Sat, 2009-03-28 12:06

thanks heaps guys. thats awesome info