Big Flathead and Abundant Luderick
  |  First Published: July 2005

Winter is here and so are the luderick. The town jetties, such as post office and further down to the western jetty, are the best places to try.

Local Laurie Robinson has caught his bag limit of luderick on most recent trips out.

Joe Madeley from Dromana caught a few bream down near Eastern Beach on local prawns during his recent stay at Lakes Entrance.

The odd flathead and trevally still being caught under the bridge around Bullock Island.

Lake Tyers has slowed down but there are good fish being caught up the Nowa Nowa arm.

The Trident arm is the best spot to try during the colder months for the big bream.

Pile Bay and Crystal Bay are still good for flathead. Squidgy Fish soft plastics are the lures of choice.

There are still tailor around the main lake. Spin or troll with metal lures. Raiders or pilchard shaped slices are the ones to go for.

Outside, the fishing has been patchy due to the weather with most weekends being rough or too windy to fish. The more adventurous people still head out and try their luck. We can only hope that the weather improves so that anglers can get out there and catch some winter snapper and reef fish.

For more information about fishing around Lakes Entrance, contact Bill at East End Bait and Tackle Supplies on (03) 5155 1593.

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