Time to relax on the water
  |  First Published: December 2016

It’s not very often that the lake is well and truly still in the high 70s and not getting let out at full pace in January. If the powers that be keep on trickling the water out down stream and we get another wet winter, we may well be full next year – that would be just awesome.

I hope you had a great start to the New Year and enjoyed the holidays. Now it’s time to relax and spend some quality time on the water.

On a recent visit up here, Ally Macklan picked up an awesome yella on a Balista Dyno 90 and I’m sure James was very impressed with her catch.

Jason and Ethan Mullholland picked up five nice fish in a day session. It’s brilliant seeing these guys enjoying time on the water together as a team. The smiles say it all. Top shelf, guys – well done.

The top end of the lake really cops it traffic-wise. Skiers and wake boarders are around. I know it’s hard when they ski close to you, but a lot of them simply don’t even realise what they’re doing, so let them know politely. There was a bit of water rage last year and a couple of scuffles. Stay calm and explain what they are actually doing to your chances of catching fish.

With the water at the height it is, there are plenty of bays you can use without fear of getting run over.

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