Warren River Trout


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Pan size!!

Mon, 2008-11-03 23:51

Esky's Loaded, Boat's Ready...... Lets Go!!!!!!

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I cant pick the bridge

Tue, 2008-11-04 05:13

Where abouts were you. Looks like  northcliff/Quinninup  area . keep the pics comming  It might encorage the salties to try something new.

 

 Cheers Uncle Stu

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nice Buz

Tue, 2008-11-04 09:56

Perfect pan size indeed, hmmm, getting hungry just looking at him.  Well done mate.

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Cant wait to try the warren

Fri, 2008-11-07 08:38

when I move over to WA Buz. Is it far from Busselton & would there be areas to cast a fly?
Thats a nice healthy looking fish. Any browns in there?

I`d rather be fishin`!!!

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I was fishing just up and

Fri, 2008-11-21 12:22

I was fishing just up and downstream of where the Vasse Hwy crosses the Warren river just a bit south of the King Trout Farm. There are heaps of good looking areas down there. A majority of the places i have been fishing you would easily be able to flick a fly out from (not that much over head bush. I have seen a few good sized brown and caught 3 undersized ones so far but unfortunatly i only use celtas and minnows and i think the bigger brown are to smart to be fooled by them. Might need a fly to fool those buggers.

From Busselton it takes me 1hr 25mins to get to the Vasse Hwy bridge but then there is a maze of other tracks that will take you to more isolated spots.

By the way i am a saltwater fisherman at heart, but after a trip to Victoria last year to visit one of my mates and doing a bit of trout fishing over there with him, i have now added trout/redfin fishing to my seasonal fishing schedule.

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Nice looking trout

Fri, 2008-11-21 13:59

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onya Buz

Fri, 2008-11-21 14:21

great catch.  looks delicious  :-)

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Thanks for the info Buz

Mon, 2008-11-24 15:36

Will try to catch up you with when I finally get over early April. Love fly fishing for trout, but got a hell of a lot to learn about the salt. We could be mutually useful. I am quite happy to practice on herring & mullet.

Cheers Dave

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reminds me of home

Sun, 2009-09-20 14:58

looks like a real healthy fish mate.  havent been trout fishing sence i have been in Oz ( 4 years )  need to get down there and try a few  canadian tricks and get a few trout in the bag. 

 cheers for the pic   keep'm commin

  Cody

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Only redfin...

Mon, 2009-11-09 18:45

In my experience of fishing in the warren ive only ever caught redfin using a small Celta spinner in red colour. Mind you i havnt fished there alot because i live in Dardanup near Bunbury its a good 2 and a half hour drive to the warren so i gennerally only get to chuck a line there on the way to pemberton where me and my dad go quite often and stay at big brook dam ( plenty of redfin/trout around there!!! )  mainly trout...

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