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Above photo: A brown trout caught by a gold Mepps Aglia inline spinner size 3.
Below pic: Night fishing with bait, a 58cm brown trout.
Below Image: Brown trout caught at Lake Wendouree, bait fishing with a mudeye. (Mudeyes are the nymphal stage of dragonflies.)
Below fishing photo: 64cm brown trout caught night fishing at Lake Wendouree.
Above photo: A rainbow trout that was jumping out chasing dragon flies and was caught with a hard body lure spinning.
Below image: A 58 cm brown trout caught fly fishing at Ballarat on a Redfin Runner fly pattern.
Above: A beautiful brown trout caught on a Mepps Spinner.
Below: Large redfin perch caught fly fishing with a Redfin Runner fly.
Image below: Redfin Perch caught on a Mepps Inline Spinner.
Above Photo and below: Fishing for redfin perch.
Above photo: Golden Perch caught on Z-Man soft plastics, 2.5″ curly tail grub.
Below: Nice English Perch (Redfin) caught on spinnerbait.
Above image: 45 cm Murray Cod caught on lure.
Below photo: 47 cm rainbow trout caught at the Moorabool Reserviour on inline spinner Tasmanian Devil blade. For more information, click on – Fishing Moorabool Reservoir Guide
Above photo: Redfin Perch caught on a micro chatterbait lure with a 2.5″ curly tail grub in winter.
Below image: Beautiful 75 cm Murray Cod caught on lure.
Above and below fishing photos: Darcy with a nice Murray Cod caught on a Spin Wright Spinnerbait.
Below photograph: A healthy big redfin perch (English Perch) 41 cm caught on a Daiwa Bait Junkie soft plastic minnow 2.5″ lure.
Night fishing. 42cm Brown trout caught on suspended lure.
Above: Rainbow trout caught on a bent minnow lure, early in morning.
Above image: Big 62 cm “Stonker” rainbow trout caught at Lake Wendouree, Ballarat in Victoria. Caught by 11 year Lachlan, with a Black Magic Bmax 50mm Fire Tiger lure. What a great catch!
For more information, tips, tackle on fishing Lake Wendouree, visit – Lake Wendouree Fishing At Ballarat | Beginners Guide
Below: Redfin (English Perch) on lure.
Above: Proud moment, first brown trout caught fly fishing (2nd caught on fly) at Newlyn Reservoir, caught on a nymph pattern.
A little redfin (English Perch) caught on 60mm suspended lure, fishing at Hepburn Lagoon.
Above Image: Nice 36cm redfin caught on lure at Lake Wendouree.
Above: Fishing Ballarat waters for redfin.
Trout fly fishing at Lake Wendouree caught on an emerger pattern. The fish were chasing nymphs / mayflies that are hatching.
Below photo: English Perch (redfin) caught at Lake Wendouree.
Redfin caught on a Berkley pro tech jerk minnow, suspended lure.
Above image: Rainbow trout.
Below: Redfin on fly. See Fishing Moorabool Reservoir for more information.
Above Photo: 45 cm brown trout caught on Tassie Devil lure.
Below image: Redfin on lure at Moorabool Reservoir.
Below: Fly fishing at Hepburn Lagoon at sunrise.
Below photo: Redfin Perch feeding in shallows, took the inline spinner.
Below and above. Carp caught at Cairn Curran Reservoir on bait.
Below photo: Redfin perch caught on an inline spinner blade.
Below Photo: Brown trout caught spin fishing with a pink Tassie Devil lure on a Daiwa RX combo rod & reel 7′.
Above photo: Beautiful golden brown trout.
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