When it comes to techniques, most anglers opt for trolling, however I much prefer to actively hunt the fish and the best to do that is to drift and cast. Sneaking through the flooded timber, flicking lures about is more like stalking than fishing. You don’t just cast about willy nilly, instead it’s all about reading the water, picking the best spot and then getting a cast right in. It’s challenging and doesn’t happen without a few snags, but the feeling of a strike transmitted through the rod is awesome.
One of my favourite places to fish is down at the bottom end of the lake near the dam wall at Braemar Bay. Apart from the great fishing, what I really love about the place is the limited mobile service. I know that this will scare the Millennials, however getting away from technology is actually a good thing.
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