Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The Local

For a bass fisho living in a small rural community, one huge benefit is knowing the gentle easy going farmers that own the land each side of certain bits of 'hard to get to' bass rivers.

Things don't happen to quick in the country but we eventually gained permission to access a good stretch of water that we had our eye on for some time. It turned out to be a long stretch of deep shaded pools with plenty of cover.

I have almost fished the entire length of this river now and this was one of the deeper pool sections thus far.

Suffice to say the stretch produced some fit and fiery little bass.

The soft Cicada Fizzer has become my new fav lure of late

Peter (second day out) is beginning to think bass fishing is a bit easy....spoilt bugger

Sadly we could not stay later to fish on but we ended up with about 9 or 10 bass for the evening between 30 and 35cm. As always with a new location it will take a few return trips to work out the hidey holes. It is only 15 minutes from my place so plenty of opportunity.

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