Lake Bellfield-report

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Lake Bellfield-report

Postby M9085 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:00 pm

Went to Grampians over the long weekend.
Haven't fished there for about 12 years. Was tossing between Wartook, Bellfield and Fyans.
Settled on Bellfield as I was time poor. Fished from first light 6.45-9on Saturday for two Reddies around 28cms.
Went back on Sunday managed 6 more the biggest went 33 cms and couple of smaller ones were returned. Only one of the ten was cought on lure, rest went for a yabby suspended under the float. Gee they taste good... almost forgotten the taste it's been a LOOOONg time...
I fished on Sunday for couple of hours as well.
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Re: Lake Bellfield-report

Postby benders » Tue Mar 13, 2018 3:55 pm

You gotta love bellfield for the reddies. Do you reckon there are any trout or salmon left from previous stockings?

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Re: Lake Bellfield-report

Postby M9085 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 4:09 pm

benders wrote:You gotta love bellfield for the reddies. Do you reckon there are any trout or salmon left from previous stockings?

I actually was wandering myself, does anyone know if there are any Trout left in the lake (in large numbers)?

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Re: Lake Bellfield-report

Postby FlynnFisherman » Tue Mar 13, 2018 5:31 pm

M9085 wrote:
benders wrote:You gotta love bellfield for the reddies. Do you reckon there are any trout or salmon left from previous stockings?

I actually was wandering myself, does anyone know if there are any Trout left in the lake (in large numbers)?


With the amount of trout that are stocked in the lake i'd say its more than likely that there are still trout in there. They probably aren't as active because of the warmer weather and are now diving down deeper.

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Re: Lake Bellfield-report

Postby Lightningx » Tue Mar 13, 2018 5:46 pm

Well done mate that’s a nice bag of reddies :thumbsup:

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Re: Lake Bellfield-report

Postby smile0784 » Tue Mar 13, 2018 6:58 pm

Well done mate
Glad you got a few



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Re: Lake Bellfield-report

Postby Brownie » Tue Mar 13, 2018 8:30 pm

Good eating the reddies. :-D Remember as a kid they were almost looked upon like Carp and turfed on the bank when caught. My Dad used to curse them, he was a die hard trout fisherman. Wasn't till I was old enough to fish myself that I tried one and thought "these taste awesome, everyones nuts!" :-D


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