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On the water for about 5 hours and my Bass virginity remains unsullied damn [I'd make a good bass moll too] :lol:

Certainly wasn't time wasted though, off Pelican Point there was a school and it is now the home of a Tilson Bass HB, but no touches, entering Jasons Joint there were schools here and there along the 5-6m rocky shore [shallower and deeper was empty], rolled a Betta Spin with 3" Pumpkinseed Shad for no result [ they are great to unsnag from reefing up], also worked a couple of Poltergeists in this arm

At one stage a bass or sara hit big time on the surface reeds at edge and was great to see :shock: threw a lure for a while in the area with no result; going to take another rod from now on rigged for the surface for those opportunities.

At the end of Jasons there is a lot of cover and looks like it may be a top arvo spot.

Only one other canoe on the western arm and none else within cooee, can't beat this mid-week fishing...if only it would produce.

Although against the grain, I think some bait may go along as well next outing on the dam; paddlings great but so is fish feed. :wink:
 

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Have to meet you out there one day to compare our techniques and come up with a fool proof plan to fill the pan.
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I'm right for a trip there anytime with a bit of notice, can't catch fish as yet in the fresh, but determined to master the local hole as its only 15mins from my place and feel its among the nicest of locations I've played in and will be leaning to late arvo when the water warms...by the way not that keen on a Sunday, but will go if no other option.
Not much to learn from me except what not to do at present...PM for a fish trip

Dave
Been fishing long enough to have patience, with fresh and lures all being new after years of salt and bait fishing.
Fresh is such a great enviroment, but when the bass result occurs it will be a sweet moment to enjoy with celebratory coldies
 
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