Target Fish: Mullet, Herring and Bass All the flies listed below target the herring, however they are still very effective on bass – especially if fished around the fringes and in and under cover – especially in the deeper water. Sinking Flies Carp Fly – Backstabber Hybrid This Carp fly is a real killer for… Continue Reading Harty’s Plains and Kindee
Peter Glasson’s picks for some effective flies to use when fly fishing Nundle.
Trout – Chaffey Dam and Sheba Dam:
Termite fly, Rodney’s Blowfly, Rodney’s take on a hopper, Red Tag, Emerging Woolly bigger, Olive Woolly Bugger. Car & Perch: Bread Fly, Backstabber Hybrid Carp Fly, Bead Headed Carp Fly and Bass Vampires.
Cod – Chaffey Dam and Peel River
Try Purple and Brown colours and take a sinking line to get the flies down deep. Try some Vince’s Loudmouth Popper‘s, Vince’s Diving Gurgler, Paul Fedeles’ Orange Bass Flopper and the Backstabber Hybrid in larger sizes – 1/0 and 2/0s – plus a few of Rob Meade’s Gutless Flies.
Peter Glasson’s picks for some effective flies to use when fishing at Ebor – Warryn Germon’s termite flies, John O’s termite fly, blowflies, emerging woolly bugger.
Peter Glasson’s picks for some effective flies to use when fishing at Gogley’s Lagoon. As Gogleys Lagoon is saltwater, many of the flies for Lake Cathie also apply. Targeted fish: Flathead, Mullet, Bream, Whiting, Blackfish.
Peter Glasson’s picks for effective flies to use when fishing on the Wilson River, Telegraph Point. Target fish: bass, bream, mullet. Surface flies: Vince’s Loud Mouth Popper and the JOS Gurgler (try some black ones in size 4). Intermediate flies: Vince’s Diving Gurgler and the Polar Fibre Minnow. Deep water: The Bass Vampire and Clouser Deep minnow. I think 2 surface flies, 2 flies for just under the surface or a few feet down and 2 deeper diving flies would be more than adequate. The water in most areas is kinda shallow – around 4 to 10 feet with some pools around 20 to 40 foot. So firing in some flies into structure and in the shadows to around 6 feet seems the go.