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Dear Southern gents, particularly if you live inland,

Can I get some advice on taking the yak out in the dead of winter? My experience living in Canberra is that there's plenty of fresh water around, but it's not likely to produce any fish. Trips to the coast beckon but are severely hampered by the presence of childen and a neglected wife.

Are there any other worthy day-trips that might produce a fish or two at this time of year?

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Captain Frosty Nuts.
 

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googong has always produced results in the past...
 

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millonario said:
googong has always produced results in the past...
Not for me in winter.

You can try LBG, preferably in a westerly howling off the snow capped Brindabellas. Stirring.
 

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I should have inserted a knowing wink after that statement. We cant even tempt dead bloated kangaroos at the waters edge with a lure at googong.
 

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We catch trout through the ice here so you should be able to catch them there in winter.
 

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Junglefisher said:
We catch trout through the ice here so you should be able to catch them there in winter.
They also shoot elk. What's you're point? :D
 
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