Trolling for mulloway

 Has anyone had any luck trolling in the upper reaches of the swan for a mulloway? What lures do you think might get there attention ?

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soft plastics

Tue, 2017-11-14 13:15



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I know at least one kayaker

Tue, 2017-11-14 13:49

I know at least one kayaker that has caught mullys trolling a hard body lure but not in the river

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 I reckon divers deep enough

Tue, 2017-11-14 14:06

 I reckon divers deep enough to scrap the bottom - knock knock on mully's door.

 According to Tim (from Tim's tackle plus), use typical barra lures and lift your rod every now and then to impart irregular action to the lure.

 Look for deep holes where the fish likely to ambush for baitfish.


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Jeez mate making it hard for

Tue, 2017-11-14 17:03

Jeez mate making it hard for yourself but the boys are onto it work paddle tail plastics on anchor and deep diving hard bodies on the troll as above I find you annoy them into a bite so good sounder will help


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 Trolling in kayaks in Albany

Tue, 2017-11-14 22:22

 Trolling in kayaks in Albany we get them. We use shallow diving lures and mostly surface lures when casting as they tend to hit lures higher in the water when they are actively feeding. Deeper lures its harder as they tend to be slouching about when they are deeper instead of up higher feeding on mullet near the top. 


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