Wurdiboluc Reservoir

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Wurdiboluc Reservoir

Postby Part Timer » Thu Jan 05, 2017 4:27 pm

Hi All.

Couple more days off before heading back to work, and have never fished 'Wurdi' so thinking I might make the trip at some stage over the next 3 days.

Surprisingly not much in the way of reports on this site, as I was under the impression it was a reasonable trout/redfin fishery? At least that's what I gathered from a few Facebook posts etc I've seen over the years.

Anyone here had any luck there of late? I generally just fish with lures, so would likely be flicking tassies/minnows/vibes/SPs.

Pretty sure from what I've already read is that fishing is restricted to the dam wall area

Any advice would be awesome.


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Re: Wurdiboluc Reservoir

Postby Basti » Fri Jan 13, 2017 11:33 am

i've fished it a few times for donuts, throwing plastics and HB lures. like you i've seen and heard of plenty of captures on facebook, but it seems to come and go in phases. 3 to 4 inch plastics seems to be the thing for reddies, not sure about the trout

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Re: Wurdiboluc Reservoir

Postby Kadmium » Fri Jan 13, 2017 4:04 pm

Don't go. No fish in there. Defo no fish. Just cause I've got Reddies and trout doesn't mean theres fish there...

In all seriousness though flicking hard bodies and SPs is the go. It was dark when I went last time so I don't know where specifically we fished ( went with a mate )

It's a bit like all fishing. You win some you lose some and then rarely you catch some.
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Salt: KGW 36cm - Squid 35cm - Salmon 22cm - Flathead 34cm - EP 35cm - Total Salt 162cm

Fresh: Carp 55cm - Total Fresh 55cm

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