Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

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Fletch
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Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#1 Post by Fletch » Thu Jul 19, 2018 8:45 pm

I am heading to Lake Glenbawn for an ANSA sportfishing comp on 14, 15 & 16th September.
So I thought I would extend this trip and move accross to Windamere the before following weekend (21, 22 & 23rd September). I am planning to spend a couple of days at Lake St Clair in between. Probably move over Monday (17th) arvo and move to Windamere Thursday.
I have never fished St Clair or Glenbawn before so am looking forward to new water.
Join in somewhere along the way if you are keen.
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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#2 Post by Blackant » Fri Jul 20, 2018 9:21 am

G'Day Fletch,
At Lake St Clair I generally camp on your right as you come in, just below the new office block. I fish on the northern bank in about 20ft of water following the weed. Keep following the bank all way round into the next bay. You will be able to see the weed.
At Glenbawn Dam I usually put in about half way between the main boat ramp and the next ramp north. Same thing just follow the weed. Keep following the bank and you should come to what they call Cemetery Point. Couple of graves there. I just keep going until I feel like a green ginger then turn around. Have caught fish going south from the main boat ramp all around to the wall. You can fish the wall at Glenbawn. The fish at both places seem to love my Sydney Blue {Purple} Feral Catz. Now I've givin my secret away :lol: :lol: :lol:
Hope this helps mate. I've put the dates in my calendar and will keep an eye on the post.
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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#3 Post by Fletch » Fri Jul 20, 2018 12:27 pm

Thanks for the tips Greg. Hope you can make it along the way somewhere.
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Yak PB's, Dusky Flathead 95cm, Sand Flathead 51cm, Snapper 57cm, Yellowbelly 59cm, Murray Cod 75cm,Whiting 37cm, Australian Salmon 58.5cm, Redfin 41.2cm, Bonito 58cm, Tailor 38cm, Bass 30cm and one monster squid 107.5cm overall..... Watch ths space.

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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#4 Post by kiwinaus » Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:24 pm

Be seein you at windy :wink:
PB Bass 32cm ,PB Yellow belly 61cm, PB Flattie 49cm,52cm Rainbow Trout,PB Murray Cod 56cm......Wait for it!

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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#5 Post by westie » Wed Aug 01, 2018 2:54 pm

Hi Fletch. plan on making the trip to windy again this year to search for the footballs that eluded last trip.
Hope the weather plays nice this time too.
might just follow kiwi around this time.....
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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#6 Post by Fletch » Wed Aug 01, 2018 9:30 pm

Hey Westie, keen to catch a cod eh... the more the merrier.
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Yak PB's, Dusky Flathead 95cm, Sand Flathead 51cm, Snapper 57cm, Yellowbelly 59cm, Murray Cod 75cm,Whiting 37cm, Australian Salmon 58.5cm, Redfin 41.2cm, Bonito 58cm, Tailor 38cm, Bass 30cm and one monster squid 107.5cm overall..... Watch ths space.

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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#7 Post by kiwinaus » Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:27 pm

westie wrote:Hi Fletch. plan on making the trip to windy again this year to search for the footballs that eluded last trip.
Hope the weather plays nice this time too.
might just follow kiwi around this time.....
cheers
Westie
Ha :lol: yo welcome to but I think it was Fletch who caught the most yellas last year. All I caught was a couple of pesky out of season cod! :wink: But ya have to be pretty early to follow him out on the water.
Be good to catch up with you again. I hope to be up there Thursday after work. :gu:
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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#8 Post by Fletch » Thu Sep 13, 2018 10:29 pm

All packed and out of here early. Still planning on the dates posted.
Fletch
Yak PB's, Dusky Flathead 95cm, Sand Flathead 51cm, Snapper 57cm, Yellowbelly 59cm, Murray Cod 75cm,Whiting 37cm, Australian Salmon 58.5cm, Redfin 41.2cm, Bonito 58cm, Tailor 38cm, Bass 30cm and one monster squid 107.5cm overall..... Watch ths space.

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Re: Glenbawn, St Clair and Windamere.

#9 Post by kiwinaus » Fri Sep 14, 2018 7:42 pm

See you at St Clair .....fingers crossed other wise at windy. :wink:
PB Bass 32cm ,PB Yellow belly 61cm, PB Flattie 49cm,52cm Rainbow Trout,PB Murray Cod 56cm......Wait for it!

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